Sterling National Bank, the principal banking subsidiary of financial holding company Sterling Bancorp, announced the expansion of its presence in Long Island with the opening of a new branch located at 177 Crossways Park Drive in Woodbury, New York.
What does FHC stand for?
FHC stands for Financial Holding Company
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Fellowship of Heathen Chemistc (club of chemistry students at East Central HS in Tulsa, OK)
- Fernando Henrique Cardoso (President of Brazil, 1994-2002)
- Ferritin Heavy Chain
- Field Hockey Canada (governing body)
- Final Handling Code
- Financial Health Check
- Fire Hose Cabinet
- First Holy Communion
- First Home Club (Federal Home Loan Bank of New York)
- Fish Health Center
- Fisheries and Habitat Conservation (US FWS)
- Fitz-Hugh-Curtis Syndrome
- Fixed Head Coupe (hardtop automobile; principally UK)
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- Flight Hardware Contract (US NASA)
- Florida Honda Crew (Honda enthusiasts' club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Among other things, GLBA created a two-way street that not only allows bank holding companies to acquire full-service securities firms, insurance companies, and insurance agencies through a financial holding company structure but also allows securities firms and insurance companies to acquire banks and thereby become a financial holding company.
The GLB Act amended the Bank Holding Company Act to allow a bank holding company or foreign bank that qualifies as a financial holding company to engage in, and affiliate with companies engaged in, a broad range of financial activities.
The Board is adopting technical amendments to the financial holding company provisions of Regulation Y to restore provisions that were adopted in December 2000, and inadvertently deleted from the Code of Federal Regulations.