This definition appears very frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of WWB
Samples in periodicals archive:
Current tenants in the building include the American Heart Association, International Rescue Committee, Apple Bank for Savings and Women's World Banking.
June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Intacct, a leader in cloud financial management and accounting software, today announced it has helped Women's World Banking increase the efficiency of important financial processes and improve transparency into key metrics.
Under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, The Women's World Banking (WWB) MENA Conference, titled 'Building Women-Focused Finance: The Global-Local Experience', was held lately in Amman.
The non-profit organisation, Women's World Banking, which works with microfinancing partners around the world, has found that 82% of their clients are women.
Inez - a senior executive at Women's World Banking in New York - called Arecibo Car Service and unsuspecting cabbie Hernandez picked the couple up.
The penultimate article "sector targets a majority of Women Employs a minority" by Lindsay Clinton is an interview of Marry Elen Iskenderian, president and CEO of women's World Banking (WWB) in New York.
It's jointly developed by HSBC and Women's World Banking, on the basis of the financial situation, cash flow analysis and repayment capacity of loan applicants.
Formerly, Jack served as human resources coordinator for Women's World Banking in New York City.