uk Global Banking News - 23 April 2013 Malaysia-based Public Bank Bhd has posted a 4.
What does PB stand for?
PB stands for Public Bank
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- Program Baseline
- Program Block
- Project Book
- Project-Blue (GMod gaming clan)
- Property Bond (criminal justice)
- Property Book
- Proportional Band
- Prussian Blue (ferric ferrocyanide antidote for Cs 137)
- Pry Bar
- Pryidostigmine Bromide
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SIR - Having read the Welsh Conservatives' Vision for Welsh Investment ("Regional investment banks can help turn around Welsh economy", January 22), which introduces their Invest Wales models for lending to SMEs, I can only conclude it is trying to "head off at the pass" any attempt at establishing a public bank for Wales by essentially replicating the "Funding for Lending Scheme" (FLS) of the Bank of England in a Welsh context.
The CBE added in a memo that last year the fund paid salaries to 166 public bank officials totalling an average of EGP 43,000 per month, the total cost of which was estimated to be EGP 84m yearly.
The four banks -- Banfoandes, Confederado, Bolivar Banco and Central Banco -- will from December 21 operate as a public bank with a national presence and a "market segment with great growth potential" the gazette said.
Mukherjee said the government would "recapitalise" public banks to improve their capital-to-risk ratio, but said it was up to bank management to decide on any mergers.
Summary: EL Djazairia El Omania Lil Asmida (AOA), a joint venture of Algeria's hydrocarbon group SONATRACH and Oman's Suhail Bahwan, signed Thursday with a consortium of public banks EL Djazairia El Omania Lil Asmida (AOA), a joint venture of Algeria's hydrocarbon group SONATRACH and Oman's Suhail Bahwan, signed Thursday with a consortium of public banks the financial closure of credit agreement for the financing of a project of ammonia and urea plant in El Hadjadj (Arzew, West of Algiers).
Or it is to devise a system of public banks, government-supported insurance companies and a robust regulatory framework that allows the economy to enjoy the benefits.
At a public bank, cord blood is donated for the use of anyone in need.