ABNY

AcronymDefinition
ABNYAtlantic Bank of New York
ABNYAssociation for Better New York (New York City, NY, USA)
ABNYAmalgamated Bank of New York (est. 1923)
ABNYAnybody but New York (baseball)
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In addition to his role with ABNY, Bill currently serves as Chairman of The Battery Conservancy, and is a Board Member of The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, The Partnership for New York City, The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York University, The New York Center for Autism, The Alliance for Downtown New York, the Economic Club of New York, the Alfred E.
Long Island Commercial Bank, expected to be acquired by year-end 2005, and ABNY will operate as divisions of New York Commercial Bank.
This press release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 with respect to the acquisition of the Boston branch of ABNY by FNBI.
It's important to have a livable and workable city, that's the essence of why ABNY was created," Rudin told Real Estate Weekly, recalling the dismal state of New York City infrastructure in the 1970s.
Speaking to members of ABNY, the Borough President said the MTA is a "fiscal house of cards" that cannot tackle serious infrastructure challenges in the decades ahead.
Committed to advancing pro-business public policy, Rudin works tirelessly in Washington, DC, Albany and City Hall on behalf of business and trade organizations such as the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), The Partnership for New York City, and ABNY.
Under the leadership of ABNY chairman Bill Rudin, Adams has helped ABNY grow to include nearly 300 members representing every facet of New York City life.
The competition was sponsored by the Department of Buildings, American Institute of Architects, Alliance for Downtown New York, ABNY Foundation, Illuminating Engineering Society New York City Section and New York Building Congress, with additional support from the Department of Transportation, the Department of City Planning and the Structural Engineers Association of New York.
Working with the Real Estate Roundtable and ABNY, REBNY strongly fought the idea that came out of the House Ways and Means Committee in 2008 to tax carded interest as ordinary income rather than capital gains.