National Association of Export Companies

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National Association of Export Companies

An organization for banks, chambers of commerce, private companies and others with interest in international trade. It serves as a lobbying group for U.S. exports and conducts educational programs. It was founded in 1963 and maintains its headquarters in New York City.
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Sarah Glassborow is pictured in her |team GB kit with Helena Pettit to her right and colleagues from the NAEC, Stoneleigh.
In addition to the partnership with NAEC, FTC also provides managed data services to the electric co-op that overlaps its territory.
The NAEC is not envisioned to be a state-dominated mechanism.
NAEC is a "qualified intermediary" that facilitates tax-deferred real estate exchanges pursuant to Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.
The acquisitions of TIMCOR and NAEC and the investment made in the expansion of the commercial banking efforts resulted in a significant increase in staff.
The acquisitions of TIMCOR in February 2005 and NAEC in May 2005 also contributed to the increase in general and administrative expenses in the third quarter of 2005 compared to the third quarter of 2004.
NAEC is a "qualified intermediary," which facilitates tax-deferred real estate exchanges pursuant to Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.
The financial data for periods prior to May 24, 2005, do not include the impact of the NAEC acquisition.
These NAEC creditors hold claims against York as a result of York's guarantee of certain obligations of NAEC.
TIMCOR, the Company's Section 1031-exchange accommodator subsidiary, is a leading "qualified intermediary" and facilitates exchange transactions nationwide under the TIMCOR and NAEC names through the companies' headquarters in Los Angeles and Walnut Creek, California, respectfully, and offices located in Long Beach, California, Houston, Texas and Miami, Florida.
York also announced that its negotiations with the creditors of NAEC alleging claims against York had not been fruitful, and such creditors were determining whether to file a bankruptcy petition against York.