CIBM

AcronymDefinition
CIBMCorporate, Investment Banking and Markets
CIBMCentre d'Imagerie BioMédicale
CIBMCould It Be Magic
CIBMCentre for Innovation, Business and Manufacturing (South Australian Department for Business, Manufacturing and Trade)
CIBMChartered Institute of Business Management (South Africa)
CIBMCentre for Bioinformatics, Biomarker Discovery and Information-Based Medicine (Newcastle, Australia)
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An FDIC member, CIBM Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of CIB Marine Bancshares Inc.
is the holding company for CIBM Bank, which operates 11 banking offices in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana.
CIBM Bank has opened its newest branch location at 330 S.
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Lawrence, currently head of Corporate, Investment Banking and Markets (CIBM), North America, will retain that role and have dual reporting lines to Michael Geoghegan, Group CEO and Stuart Gulliver, head of CIBM and Group Investment businesses globally.
CIBM Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of CIB Marine Bancshares Inc (NASDAQ: CIBH), has said that it will expand into the Chicagoland market with the opening of a new branch location at 330 S.
Lawrence will have a reporting line to Stuart Gulliver, Chief Executive, CIBM and Investments and a reporting line to Sandy Derickson for HSBC Bank USA.
In the new role, Mullaney will focus on developing commercial business relationships, working from CIBM Bank's loan production office in Naperville, Illinois.
In choosing Bottomline to power this initiative, HSBC is able to deliver greater value to their CIBM customers through unlocking working capital in the supply chain, and ultimately strengthening their position as a market leader.
Most recently, Kennedy served as vice president and one of two senior credit officers for CIBM Bank, which operates as Marine Bank in both the Indianapolis and Milwaukee markets, and as Central Illinois Bank in and around Champaign and adjacent areas of the state of Illinois.
CIBM provides tailored financial products and services to major government, corporate and institutional clients and offers a full range of capabilities, including foreign exchange, fixed income, derivatives, risk advisory, investment banking, payments and cash management, trade services, and securities services.
Trading revenues increased 37 per cent compared with 2004, primarily in the CIBM businesses, driven partly by investment in HSBC's strategic expansion initiative and partly by favorable capital market conditions.