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American Express

A financial services company based in New York. It began in 1850 as an express mail service. In 1882, it began offering money orders and later developed traveler's cheques in 1891. Today, it offers charge cards and other forms of credit to individuals and companies. It is one of the 30 companies tracked by the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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Prior to his joining the SECP, he served in various senior roles at Standard Chartered Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, and American Express Bank Ltd. He is a Chevening Scholar, and has an MBA degree as well as MSc in International Banking from UK.
Amir Khan has also served on senior positions at Standard Chartered Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, and American Express Bank Ltd.
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The success of small business is critical to the city's economy, says Considine, the former managing director and chief administrative officer of American Express Bank Ltd. and former New York State superintendent of banks.
The property was a five building package which had been foreclosed on by the American Express Bank Ltd. The package had 200 feet of frontage on Columbus Avenue with 100 feet of frontage on 69th Street and 50 feet of frontage on 68th Street.
He has also served on senior positions at Standard Chartered Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, and American Express Bank Ltd. He is very knowledgeable about the entire spectrum of banking industry, including treasury, operations and credit risk management.
Marilynn Davis, senior director of American Express Bank Ltd. in New York, says that she often uses visual aids during her presentations.

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