Financial Center


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Financial Center

1. A term for a large bank or bank branch.

2. A term for a city or country with a large financial sector.
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The Preston Avenue Financial Center is also equipped with two ATMs.
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch is retaining space in both Four World Financial Center and Two World Financial Center.
He also noted that on the global competitiveness index Almaty occupies 58th place among 83 global financial centers.
The real estate investment trust let it be known that large blocks at Four World Financial Center were available for lease.
The Shanghai International Financial Center Should Have a Global Vision
Opening of Safeer Mall Financial Center is in line with our goal to serve our valued clients in the most convenient and efficient manner.
Further solidifying the company's presence in the state, the new financial center complements the bank's seven existing offices in Manhattan, Garden City, Massapequa, Forest Hills, Mamaroneck, Scarsdale and Staten Island.
The bank's fifth Midtown financial center opened at 299 Park Ave.
Pacific Mercantile Bank ("the Bank," "PMB") (NASDAQ:PMBC), is proud to announce the relocation of its South County Financial Center in San Clemente to San Juan Capistrano.
Michael Forrest, executive managing director of CH Commercial, said, "2 World Financial Center is a unique property and one that met all of S.
6 acres located at 7801 South State Street where it plans to build and operate a financial center to serve the South Side and south suburban communities.
CHICAGO -- Equity Office (NYSE:EOP) announced two acquisitions today in Southern Florida - a 50% interest in Wachovia Financial Center for $194 million, and a 50% interest of 1221 Brickell Avenue for approximately $55.

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