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The act of filling an order to buy or sell a security. That is, when a broker executes an order, he/she actually makes a trade on behalf of the client. The date of execution is known as the trade date.


To complete, as by signing a contract or signing and delivering a deed.

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Columbia says net program benefits represent the results of one business challenge the company deals with successfully using knowledge the executive gained while attending the program while program costs are one-twelfth of the attendee's salary, plus travel expenses and program fees.
To be a good physician executive in any sector, you should demonstrate that you are clinically mature, have good people skills and that you are a leader.
In an executive intelligence measure, a candidate is forced to demonstrate his or her facility for certain skills, such as anticipating likely obstacles, critically examining the accuracy of assumptions, considering the probable effects of actions, and pursuing feedback that may reveal an error in judgment.
Demand for executive education, especially programs customized for larger corporations, is growing throughout the region.
Thus, it will look at whether the proper amounts have been included in income when a corporation transfers an insurance product to an executive, and whether the executive has at least included the value of the term protection in income.
The Council shall meet at least once a year and shall consist of two representatives from each affiliate society and one from each local group, representatives of disciplines representing as many specializations, or disciplines, as appropriate, and the members of the Executive Board.
Using the technology an executive would use seems a smart strategy, and very likely would be a state-of-the-art LCD or DLP[TM] projector and a high-speed laptop with a full array of graphics capabilities.
The book contains a list of 10 commandments that pertain to the personal and professional conduct of executives along with a number of ways to minimize personal civil liability, including those areas of prime potential for lawsuits.
Keeling has been named chief executive of reinsurance operations.
Beyond the improvements they can make on short-game skills, executive courses have the advantage of being able to be played a lot faster than regulation courses - where 5 1/2-hour rounds are becoming commonplace, even during the week.
The third type of CIO is the "technology opportunist," an executive responsibility that has grown from the demands of e-business.