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AFSIAmericans for a Safe Israel
AFSIAmphenol Fiber Systems International
AFSIAsthma-Friendly Schools Initiative
AFSIAll Faiths Seminary International (New York)
AFSIAmerican Food Safety Institute
AFSIAmerican Feng Shui Institute
AFSIAfrica Food Security Initiative
AFSIAustralian Foundation for Studies in Italy
AFSIAdvanced Filtration Systems Inc
AFSIAssociate, Financial Services Institute
AFSIAge at First Sexual Intercourse
AFSIAviation Fire & Security International
AFSIAbstract Font Service Interface
AFSIAudible Field Strength Indicator
AFSIAlternate Food Stamp Issuance
AFSIAutomated Food System Inc
AFSIAnalog Fixed Station Interface
AFSIAbsolute Financial Services, Inc (Odessa, FL)
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AFSI has more than 150 employees around the United States and headquarters in both Alaska and California, allowing them to service a variety of markets; however, securing a contract such as the one on JBER is an opportunity for jobs for Ahtna shareholders here in Alaska, where they want to be.
Highly efficient dust collection technology is required In the filter production, as the example of the European manufacturing facility of AFSI shows.
High expertise must be assumed when selecting a dust collection technology--as AFSI is professional in this field.
These features of the new technology convinced AFSI.
Mahmoud Abbas, our supposed 'peace' partner, has now joined forces with Hamas, the acknowledged [Hamas] terrorist group", AFSI wrote.
The rating actions reflect AmTrust's balance sheet strength, profitable underwriting and operating performance within its niche market segments and access to additional capital to support expanding operations from its parent, AFSI, if needed.
Combined with its availability to a $150 million credit facility and operating company dividend capacity, AFSI has ample liquidity to meet its corporate obligations.
This concern is largely offset by ACP Re's solid risk-adjusted capital position, which incorporates a higher risk charge associated with its single, large investment in AFSI, the historical profitability of its assumed book of business and its holdings in cash and short-term investments as well as fixed income securities, which should adequately cover all obligations for the foreseeable future.