BZW

AcronymDefinition
BZWBeziehungsweise (German: Respectively)
BZWBrabants-Zeeuwse Werkgeversvereniging (Dutch: Brabant-Zeeland Employers Association; Netherlands)
BZWBegeleid Zelfstandig Wonen (Dutch: Supervised Independent Living)
BZWBZFlag World (file format/extension)
BZWBlizzard Warning
BZWBarclays der Zoete Wedd
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Martin Taylor recruited him to be head of BZW in 1996.
BZW was running a "stabilisation account" which was supposed to be used only to prop up Pace's share price.
In 1997, Barclays PLC's investment banking division was rebranded from BZW to Barclays Capital
Then he used pounds 300,000 from his BZW cheque to start the Share Centre.
Mr Peter Middleton, formerly chairman of Barclays' investment bank, BZW, will take temporary charge and then assume the chairmanship of the bank next year when current chairman Mr Andrew Buxton retires.
Barclays won't negotiate with unions BIFU and UNiFI but is talking to Bill Harrison, former chief of its City arm BZW.
Prior to joining Goldman he was head of Telecom, Media & Technology investment banking in Asia for Schroders and BZW.
The troubled firm, whose share price has slumped to lows not seen since the early 1980s, has brought in Mr Bill Harrison - the former BZW boss - among a trio of new non-executive directors.
The Chase Manhattan Bank and BZW, the investment banking division of Barclays Bank PLC, to provide a $750 million bank facility.
The biggest winner was Bill Harrison, boss of the bank's City arm BZW, who collected more than pounds 3 million.
Martin has worked as a telecommunications research analyst in the global investment markets with BZW, Macquarie Bank and ABN Amro.
The annual report will show that 49-year-old Mr Harrison was paid pounds 5million during his 13 months as chief executive of Barclays' investment banking arm, BZW.