CBNA

AcronymDefinition
CBNACoe-Brown Northwood Academy (Northwood, New Hampshire)
CBNAConservatoire Botanique National Alpin (French: Alpine National Botanical Conservatory; French Ministry of Nature Protection)
CBNACollegiate Business Networking Association
CBNACitibank North America
CBNACapacity Building Needs Assessment
CBNACredit Bureau of North America
CBNAColumbus Black Nurses Association (Ohio)
CBNACarrollwood Business Networking Association
CBNAChristian Business Networking Association (Fishers, IN)
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In this paper, therefore, we report the probability of achieving virological success for FB, CBA and CBNA patients prescribed once-daily ART from 2006-2012.
Our study was a two-part retrospective cohort study in which we assessed: Part 1, the odds of achieving initial virological suppression by FB status compared with CBA and with CBNA patients; and Part 2, the rate of ART failure by FB status among patients who achieved initial virological suppression in Part 1.
Initially for Part 1 and Part 2, we tabulated and compared patient characteristics between FB, CBA and CBNA patients with other exposures using [chi square] tests for categorical variables and Kruskal-Wallis rank tests for continuous variables.
In the unadjusted analysis, there was no significant difference in terms of likelihood of achieving initial virologic suppression between FB and CBNA patients (Table 1, p=0.
For the same period, the efficiency scores for CBNA, TCB, BNS and CIBC (non-failed banks) were 1.
Table 1: Details of Non-Failed and Failed Banks in Operation Before the Banking Crisis Name of Bank Abbreviated Year Name Established Non-Failed Institution Bank of Nova Scotia BNS 1829 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce CIBC 1920 Citibank CBNA 1960 Trafalgar Commercial Bank TCB 1985 Failed Institutions Century National Bank CNB 1984 Citizens Bank CBL 1967 National Commercial Bank NCB 1977 Workers Savings & Loan Bank WSL 1979 Eagle Commercial Bank ECB 1988 Name of Bank Total Assets Year end-Dec.
20) The mean efficiency scores for the institutions that failed (CNB, ECB, WSLB, NCB and CBL) during the mid-1990s crisis in some instances exceeded the efficiency scores of institutions (BNS, CBNA, CIBC and TCB) that survived the crisis.
Aside from the aforementioned proposed criteria change, the short-term deposit rating for CBNA is primarily sensitive to any change in the long-term IDR, which in turn are sensitive to any change in CBU's long- and short-term IDRs.
an employee benefits administration and consulting firm with offices in Upstate New York, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Houston, Texas; the CBNA Insurance Agency, with offices in four northern New York communities; Community Investment Services, a broker-dealer delivering financial products throughout the Company's branch network; and Nottingham Advisors, a wealth management and advisory firm with offices in Buffalo, N.
an employee benefits administration and consulting firm with offices in Upstate New York, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, PA, and Houston, TX; the CBNA Insurance Agency, with offices in three northern New York communities; Community Investment Services, a broker/advisor delivering financial products throughout the company's branch network; and Nottingham Advisors, a wealth management and advisory firm with offices in Buffalo, NY, and North Palm Beach, FL.
an employee benefits administration and consulting firm with offices in Upstate New York, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Houston, Texas; the CBNA Insurance Agency, with offices in three northern New York communities; Community Investment Services, a broker-dealer delivering financial products throughout the Company's branch network; and Nottingham Advisors, a wealth management and advisory firm with offices in Buffalo, N.
an employee benefits administration and consulting firm with offices in Upstate New York, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, PA, and Houston, TX; the CBNA Insurance Agency, with offices in three northern New York communities; Community Investment Services, a broker-dealer delivering financial products throughout the company's branch network; and Nottingham Advisors, a wealth management and advisory firm with offices in Buffalo, NY, and North Palm Beach, FL.