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What does CONSOLEX stand for?

CONSOLEX stands for Consolidation Exercise

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In our view, the initial move of production lines to Romania demonstrates that larger scale consolidation exercises could materially improve margins, in addition to the self-help measures that already underpin the current 8% target.
Speaking on the occasion, Shailendra Mruthyunjayappa, iCreate's BU Head for Europe, Africa & Americas and Head of Core Banking CoE said, "Banks in emerging economies, while grappling with issues such as governance overhauls, disruptive consolidation exercises and infrastructure upgrades, will still need to look at BI systems to grow & thrive in a market place that is getting increasingly competitive.
The remaining 30 minutes were mainly a consolidation exercise for Ahed that culminated in a 40 yard, on-the-turn strike by Makeen Diop flying a clear 30 yards over the crossbar.
That may be acceptable if the consolidation exercise makes the difference between being able to afford your monthly outgoings and not being able to but the ideal scenario is to consolidate high interest debts onto a lower interest rate mortgage but then still pay them off in the short term.
That may be acceptable if the consolidation exercise makes the difference between being able to afford your monthly outgoings and not being able to, but the ideal scenario is to consolidate high interest debts on to a lower interest rate mortgage but then still pay them off in the short term.
PROFESSOR CHUKWUMA CHARLES Soludo, the immediate past governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), is perhaps one of the best-known names in Nigeria today, largely because of the gusto with which he carried out the country's bank consolidation exercise five years ago.
She said: "Brambles Farm Nursery was placed on the market on behalf of Wind in the Willows, who are selling multiple units as part of a consolidation exercise.