APMM

AcronymDefinition
APMMAsia-Pacific Mission for Migrants
APMMAssociation of Professional Model Makers
APMMAssociation des Populations des Montagnes du Monde (French: Association of Mountain People of the World)
APMMAP Moller Maersk (Copenhagen, Denmark)
APMMActivity Planning and Management Model
APMMAssociated Press Photo Managers
APMMAsia Pacific Music Marketing (Fremantle, WA, Australia)
APMMArthroscopic Partial Medial Meniscectomy (medical procedure)
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5bn through a debt push down from APMM into Maersk Oil.
Lappin has been a driver of success across the current Lenovo APMM business to become the PC sales in Japan and facilitating the successful launch of the consumer business in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).
APMM and others are keen to expand their reefer shipping operations to other parts of the continent but air transport is another option.
Exports and imports have grown more than 15 per cent in 2012 over last year, and APMM is looking forward to assisting in this challenging period," Sunil Joseph, managing director of Maersk in Saudi Arabia, said.
Since APMM lobbied insurers in 2002, insurers must advise with-profit endowment policy holders of their right to seek an open market valuation on unwanted policies.
Reportedly, APMM has been informed that APMHI is planning to subsequently establish an ownership consortium for Maersk Tankers' fleet with Mitsui & Co Ltd.
But APMM has a good structure and work ethic that we are able to do what we need to do.
Under this deal, APMM will receive an enterprise value, as on 30 June 2017, of USD7.
The APMM represents firms that buy and sell with-profits endowments and whole-of-life policies.
The APMM will provide a list of its members and offers an advice service.
Tim Villers, director of the APMM, says: 'When traded endowment policies change hands, they become an entirely different proposition for a new owner.
If you want to use a market maker the APMM will give you quotes from three different member firms and send you a free leaflet on buying or selling a policy.