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Axe

In bonds, an interest an investor has in buying or selling a given bond. A broker may match axes together to determine whether a trade can be executed. See also: Order.
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AXA Partners is uniquely positioned to promote partnerships with both global and local players leveraging the worldwide presence of the AXA Group, its know-how across insurance business lines, and the strength of local AXA entities.
December 19, 2009 – NAB makes a surprise offer to buy AXA Asia Pacific Holdings' Australian and New Zealand units, in cash deal worth $12 billion, higher than the bid price of AMP.
AXA is currently in the top 5 of the largest insurers in the Kingdom and has recently secured the insurance arrangements of several large contracts in the Kingdom including Power Generation,Railway and Telecommunications projects.
AXA is well know in the region for its ability to pay claims.
This renewal enables AXA Equitable to establish a longer-term occupancy and offers flexibility for its evolving business," said Paul Glickman, an executive vice president at Cushman & Wakefield.
A: Communication has helped AXA Ireland come from what was probably the worst-performing entity within the AXA Group in 1999-2000 to one that is highly regarded now by Henri de Castries, the chief executive of AXA global.
Under the AXA settlement, money from an $11 million fund will be paid to the closest relative of a policyholder on the company's list.
As part of the contract, IBM will help AXA consolidate its server, mainframe and storage infrastructure.
The FSR of A (Excellent) and ICRs of "a+" have been placed under review with negative implications for AXA Equitable Life and Annuity Company and U.
The proposal is subject to AXA APH minority shareholder approval.
Building on the firm's success in the region since first establishing a presence in the late 1980's, Watanabe-san will oversee business development and operations for both AXA Rosenberg Japan and AXA Investment Managers in Japan.
Contains a study of the major internal and external factors affecting AXA Financial, Inc.