Earnings Enhancement Benefit

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Earnings Enhancement Benefit

An additional, optional death benefit on an annuity. One may elect to include an earnings enhancement benefit in exchange for a fee or a percentage of the total value of the annuity.
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TGI's ratings also reflect its strong legal, strategic and operation linkage with EEB, which is also rated 'BBB'/Stable.
An investigation by the EEB last month found that there is growing support for higher recycling targets in many EU countries--particularly ones with high populations--but this was not reflected in the Council's current position.
Also in the area of energy, the EEB reiterates its opposition to the exploitation of shale gas
EEB Hub performer organizations designate employees to work on research tasks, or focus areas, based on each company's areas of expertise.
The EEB urges Vilnius to keep the development of shale gas from overshadowing more effective energy and climate strategies, such as energy efficiency and renewables.
EEB is also paying interest on its $750 million in international bonds sold in 2007.
En controversia con respecto a lo anterior, se han publicado distintos estudios cientificos indicando que la EEB no se transmite a traves de la leche de vaca, aunque esta proceda de vacas enfermas con encefalopatia espongiforme.
Laurie Actman, deputy director of EEB Hub; Jennifer Crowther, assistant vice president, financial services group at the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC); Thomas Dwyer, partner at Blank Rome; and Katherine Gajewski, director, City of Philadelphia Mayor's Office of Sustainability will share their insights and expertise during a panel discussion moderated by James Balaschak, principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
The work programme of the EEB covers the first two years of its five-year strategy for promoting long-term environmental policy and sustainable development.
EEB says that, in the light of the outcome of the Rio+20 conference, it is necessary to start a debate about the need for a new sustainable development strategy and the changes that are required in the Europe 2020' strategy and its implementation.
22 November 2010 - Fitch revised on Friday to "stable" from "negative" the rating outlook of Colombian state-run energy group Empresa de Energia de Bogota (CLB:EBB), or EEB.
In 2005, EEB responded to a need for centralized economic policy information from around the world and created a Web-based matrix of economic indicators that provides senior policymakers and posts worldwide with up-to-date economic information, customizable for a country or region.