FCIS

AcronymDefinition
FCISFlorida Council of Independent Schools
FCISFirstClass Intranet Server
FCISFellow of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries
FCISFedEx Customer Information Services
FCISFlight Crew Information System
FCISFood Communications Information Service
FCISFife Community Interpreting Service
FCISFaculty of Computer & Information Sciences
FCISFirst Class In-Service
FCISFuneral Consumers Information Society
FCISFall Creek Intermediate School
FCISForce Cost Information System
FCISFlorida Coastal Islands Sanctuaries
FCISFirst Charter Insurance Services, Inc (North Carolina)
FCISFlexcube Investor Services
FCISFire Control Interface Software
FCISFundamental Companion Interval Scheduling
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Despite the challenges, FCIS already has tools built within its system to help its credit union client be compliant with the rules, Graham said.
The MLTFPL requires financial institutions to submit to the FCIS information about the following transactions: (1) when the total amount of the customer's transfer in cash or of several interrelated transfers in cash exceeds 15,000 EUR (approximately $22,180), or the corresponding amount in foreign currency; (2) when cash exchanges exceed 6,000 EUR (approximately $8,872), or the corresponding amount in foreign currency; or, (3) when performing internal or international remittance transfer services in amounts in excess of 600 EUR (approximately $887), or the corresponding amount in foreign currency.
Duquesne has four standalone Pentium-class Dell servers (named for famous educators Socrates, Dewey, Wolf and Sagan) running FCIS 5.
On March 22, Palaitis appointed FCIS officer Kestutis Jucevicius to head the FCIS.
The crowd, which demanded the resignation of Palaitis and criticized Grybauskaite for her role in the FCIS scandal, consisted mostly of HU-LCD sympathizers, although the rally was organized by 'private' persons, such as Darius Kuolys, director of the Civil Society Institute, and Naglis Puteikis, HU-LCD MP and a member of the parliament's anti-corruption commission, which investigated the firing of Gailius and Girzadas and criticized the firing.
Based in London, Ron Wells, CCE, ACMA, ACIB, FCIS is credit executive, Eastern Hemisphere Global Trading, for ChevronTexaco Corporation.
Soon after the Polish march rushed from the outskirts of the parliament building, another rally demanding the reinstatement of the fired FCIS heads started.
We have made a major capital expenditure in the past year to double the capacity of our urethane adhesive production line for wood adhesives," commented Jeff Johnson, MAPEI's FCIS Business Manager.
In February, Grybauskaite and Palaitis decided that General Vitalijus Gailius, director of the Financial Crime Investigation Service (FCIS), and Vytautas Girzadas, Gailius' deputy, should be fired on the basis of information from the State Security Department stating that both heads of FCIS could be responsible for a leak to the media about the Lithuanian government's plan to take over Snoras Bank on the eve of that takeover back in November.
Gailius said that Grybauskaite phoned him and demanded that he fire Girzadas, although she has no constitutional right to interfere into the work of FCIS.
LONDON -- African Copper Plc (TSX:ACU)(AIM:ACU)(BSE:African Copper) announces that it has appointed Susan Wallace FCIS as Company Secretary with immediate effect.
Smith & Associates currently employs 12 people, including principal owners John Smith and John Land who will continue in active roles with FCIS.