corporate trust

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Synonyms for corporate trust

a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service

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The group offers global knowledge and local expertise in business, corporate, investor, human resources and payroll, and corporate trust and debt services.
Transaction reporting data provided by Perpetual Corporate Trust as at 31 July 2018.
As of March 31, 2013, BNY Mellon Corporate Trust serviced $12 trillion in outstanding debt from 61 locations in 20 countries.
“She will bring additional skills and experience to our corporate trust and insolvency practices, which are very strong and growing.”
The redemption agent for the deal is The Bank of New York Mellon Global Corporate Trust.
BNY Mellon (NYSE: BK) has named Jorge Garay as general manager of BNY Mellon in Mexico and manager of the company's corporate trust business in Mexico.
25 August Web seminar: Rebuilding Corporate Trust and integrity: The Crucial Role of the Communicator
"South Korea was largely unaffected by the sub-prime crisis and is financially well-positioned globally as it accelerates out of the financial turmoil of 2009," said BNY Mellon's head of corporate trust business in the Asia Pacific region, Gary Lew.
The Bank of New York Mellon Global Corporate Trust, the paying agent, has reported that USD58.9m of outstanding notes had been validly tendered for purchase as of 31 July.
Nokia said that it had appointed centralizing agent Credit Agricole Investor Services Corporate Trust (CAISCT) to offer French shareholders the opportunity to participate in the sales facility.
The power of Wells Fargo Corporate Trust is the power to believe in the strength of partnership.
corporate trust business of Fuji Bank & Trust Co., a New York-based U.S.
Other members of the ERISA Advisory Council, all of whom work part-time on council business, include representatives from employee and employer organizations, the insurance industry, a corporate trust and the general public, as well as an actuary, an investment manager and an investment counselor.
The Corporate Trust and Agency Group, a division of Bankers Trust, will serve as financial and administrative adviser.
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