In October 2014, the rights to NeuroSearch's clinical development compounds, tesofensine and NS2359, were divested
have been among the names cited in media and analyst reports as potential buyers of divested
The AHA says finding a buyer big enough to do something useful with the assets divested
by huge health insurers would be, at best, challenging.
Vesti Finance said the central bank divested
some of the country's gold holdings "in order to maintain the exchange rate."
Larger assets would be divested
under duress, such as to alleviate urgent financial constraint.
The amendments, to be applicable with retrospective effect, propose that if the property was divested
from the custodian before July 2, 2010, it shall stand transferred to and vest or continue to vest in the custodian.
The Norwegian government had previously divested
from the Israeli company Elbit Systems, due to its role in building Israel's wall in the Occupied West Bank in violation of international law.
This has led to a level of success, although some schools have divested
from just a few companies instead of taking on many offenders.
Making arrangements in advance with another CPA to take over the divested
clients is clearly the best approach.
Swett & Crawford, the largest U.S.-based wholesale insurance broker, and still plans to divest Cananwill, its premium finance arm.
commercial lands herald the return of town forests or will investors angling for quick profits and urban development win the day?
Does this mean that all human beings now accept a concept of apricots that considers them as mere objects made up of atoms and molecules, whose composition can be altered at will and which can be divested
of their innate nature?