Gresham


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English financier (1519-1579)

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The proceeds will be added to the net cash balance sheet position and will support Gresham House's growth strategy as a specialist alternative asset manager.
Gresham House has been granted a period of exclusivity until 31 December 2017 to finalise its due diligence and the terms of the proposed acquisition.
I totally agree with Barry that Gresham has turned into a ghetto where good people have been left forgotten about and abandoned.
The Gresham Saturday market has vendors that accept SNAP and WIC, and is disabled - access friendly.
Established in 1979 by Jim Gresham, Gresham placed $340 million in premium last year.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 10, 2012--ANZ adopts full range of Gresham Computing software solutions(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
BUSINESS advisers Deloitte have advised Gresham, the UK mid-market private equity specialist, on the pounds 32.
Gresham is fictitious, and Heritage has admitted it hid Gresham's identity from all outside bidders," Mark Senter, plaintiff's attorney, with John H.
Sara Bolland was in court to witness ex-partner Nigel Gresham, 37, get two years' prison for the Land Rover river plunge which destroyed their family.
Sara Bolland's comments came after her ex-partner Nigel Gresham was sentenced, at Lincoln Crown Court, to two years in prison.
Parkwood Property Investments called for the shareholders meeting of property developer Gresham House in a row over the 17-acre former Glaxo Pharmaceuticals plant in Speke, which it bought for pounds 6.
People living close to Osbourne Road, in Jesmond, Newcastle, have been fighting Ultimate Leisure over turning the Gresham Hotel into a bar.
Gresham Hughes and Kate Rowell exchanged vows on Saturday - and his proud mum and dad, Sylvia and Albert, had done the same thing on the same date, 50 years earlier.
Residents living close to the Gresham Hotel, in Jesmond, Newcastle, are celebrating after new licensing arrangements that came into force this week meant the Osborne Road pub had to close.
He named it Gresham's law after reading a letter to Queen Elizabeth from Thomas Gresham (1519-79), an English merchant working as the Crown's financial representative in Antwerp.