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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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According to the latest Global Regulatory Outlook (GRO) survey of senior financial executives by advisor Duff & Phelps, 52% of the respondents view New York as the world's financial center, a 10% increase from 2018.
In 2009, the government designated Busan as the country's second financial center, and relocated a number of state-run financial institutions.
Founded in 1981 by Gene and Julia Hoon, Financial Alternatives partnered with PlanMember as a Financial Center in 2013.
Ferbrache, "Offshore Financial Centers: The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, February 2001, 10-15.
Most of the financial centers will be located in midtown.
The company expects the expansion will lead to the creation of more than 200 new jobs at Frost in the Houston region and the opening of 25 new financial centers at an average pace of about one per month through 2019 and 2020.
Almaty ranks the 58th at the Global Financial Centers Index (GFC), he said.
However as a result of negotiations with the New York City Industrial Development Agency (IDA), the company has agreed to remain and expand in the City, The company currently occupies four different Manhattan locations, including approximately 500,000 SF at One World Financial Center in Battery Park City.
In the last 15 to 20 years, the Islands have blossomed as offshore financial centers due, in part, to their proximity to the United Kingdom, low taxes, and overall economic and political stability.
"The Formation of Financial Centers" is must reading for anyone seeking to understand the battle for financial supremacy in Europe.
He also noted that on the global competitiveness index Almaty occupies 58th place among 83 global financial centers.

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