Chinese Wall


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a fortification 1,500 miles long built across northern China in the 3rd century BC

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And while this year Alex, like Paul, is concentrating on doing a skydive for the charity, she's urging Teessiders to consider joining the 2012 Chinese Wall trek.
PHILIP BAILEY Chinese Wall / Inside Out (Edsel) BORN in Denver, Colorado, Philip Bailey has been the lead singer with Earth Wind and Fire since 1972 and still leads the band to this day.
Chinese Wall policy [26] is a variant of SoD, the main idea of Chinese Wall policy is that a subject is only allowed to access information which does not incur conflict of interest with any other information that the subject already possesses.
Report France Prix d'Arenberg G3 Maisons-Laffitte, 51/2f, 2yo EOGHAN O'NEILL recorded his first Group success as a trainer in France when 9-10 favourite Broox (Olivier Peslier) easily took this event by two and a half lengths from Chinese Wall, writes Isabel Mathew.
There's a Chinese wall between investment and valuation departments to avoid conflict of interest," said Ahmad Saidali, Vice-President for Investment Fund & Advisory, CB Richard Ellis Middle East.
Earlier in the interview, Ronald had told of a Chinese Wall between himself and whoever was holding the stolen art treasure as he explained the financial arrangements he had made to secure the painting.
CDATA[ Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer and Vice Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon are trying to scale a Chinese wall against tough sanctions on Iran.
Aya Miyama put Japan in front with a 19th-minute free kick in bitterly cold conditions at Ajinomoto Stadium, the midfielder rifling the ball over the Chinese wall and in off the post to give goalkeeper Zhang Yanru no chance.
It is the first insurance coverage action regarding Chinese drywall to be filed in the Chinese wall board multi-district litigation in the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Like most investment banks, Carlton separates its principal and advisory group with distinct personnel and the "quintessential Chinese wall," the firm said
Under the Victorian formulation, a court would ordinarily consider the effectiveness of a Chinese wall as part of its overall assessment of whether a 'real and sensible possibility' of misuse of confidential information exists.
Back in China, he began collecting for the ROM, sending pre-historic pottery, jade ornaments, Buddhist sculptures, and Chinese wall paintings, among others.
It's hardly news anymore that the Chinese wall that once separated investment banking from Wall Street research has seriously eroded.
Assuming the Chinese Wall was adhered to, the spin-off should have a minimal effect on either company.
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