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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 Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI) was first published by the Z/Yen Group in March 2007.
Among the world s leading financial centers are London, New York, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Dubai, and Doha.
May 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thursday, April 26, StellarOne Bank, a subsidiary of StellarOne Corporation (NASDAQ: STEL), introduced Charlottesville to the financial center of the future.
plans to build at least 300 green financial centers that meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards by 2010.
The financial centers will include a number of centralized member service functions and subsidiary organizations in each community, including business and commercial lending, Alaska USA Trust Co.
Wachovia plans to open 12 financial centers and 25 remote ATM sites in Manhattan by 2005.
It provides a detailed, but succinct, review of these offshore financial centers from a U.
The task we set is to become one of the 10 major Asian financial centers," he added.
The services of Citibank Financial Centers comprise a full range of Cash Management, Trade, Treasury and Lending solutions.
The Bank operates a total of eight financial centers in Southern California, four of which are located in Orange County, two of which are located in Los Angeles County, one of which is located in San Diego County and the other of which is located in the Inland Empire in San Bernardino County.
Countrywide Bank operates a hybrid model, combining the best of the Internet and brick and mortar financial centers, resulting in both high rates and a physical presence, and I believe that's what attracts people to our financial centers and to Countrywide Bank overall," said Bernstein.
The Small Business segment is extremely important to First Union, and our Business Financial Centers offer our small business customers a differentiated customer experience," said Martha Hayes, SVP and head of First Union's Small Business Banking Division.

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