NDFCNational Donor Family Council (National Kidney Foundation)
NDFCNational Development Finance Corporation (Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan)
NDFCNational Darts Federation of Canada
NDFCNuclear Decommissioning Financing Committee (New Hamphsire)
NDFCNational Data Funding Corp
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We look forward to working with the industry professionals at NDFC on The Sampo project as the story of this legend carries such historic significance.
The NDFC, the national organization for these families, continues to advocate for families, and to help sensitize professionals regarding some of the language that is used in donation and transplantation (for instance, asking people to use words such as 'recover' or 'procure' rather than 'harvest').
4) HBL, UBL, and NBP are grouped in the NCBs, and IDBP and NDFC belong to the DFIs.
acquisition of Gulf Commercial Bank Limited by PICIC; acquisition of Bank of America by Union Bank Limited; acquisition of Prudential Commercial Bank by Saudi Pak; merger/amalgamation of NDFC with National Bank of Pakistan; merger of Al Taufeeq with First Crescent Modaraba, merger of Altal Leasing with Atlas Investment Bank Limited and; Societe Generale Bank has been merged with Meezan Bank Ltd.
But we also want to tell professionals in the tissue community that families should be given all the information they need and want to make an informed decision at the time of donation," said Vicki Crosier, NDFC chairperson.
After the winding up of PICIC IDBP and NDFC and the absence of full-bodied bond and equity markets the task of responsibility of providing long-term credit for financing has been given to our commercial banks.
Akhtar says that after the closure of DFIs like NDFC and Bankers Equity Ltd.
The same phenomenon was observed by the NDFC (1994).
This ultimately led to demise of financial giants like PICIC, NDFC, IDBP and ADBP.
NDFC was the first institution established after the nationalization process in 1972 for the specific purpose of extending long and short term loan assistance to the industrial and other enterprises which were nationalized and brought under the state-management.
If one explores exponential growth of sugar mills in Punjab two factors becomes too obvious: 1) most of the mills established in Zia-ul-Haq era and onwards are owned by politicians and 2) NDFC - the DFI that has gone virtually bankrupt has financed these mills at nearly half of the interest rate prevailing at that time.
National Development Finance Corporation: The NDFC was established in January 1973 for the purpose of providing long and medium-term loans, working capital finance and other types of financial assistance and advice to public sector enterprises NDFC also arranges consortia in the case of investment projects requiring large capital outlays and also finances export of local manufactured capital goods Subsequently, NDFC was allowed to enter into financing of industrial projects in the private sector Previously it had confirmed itself to financing new, expansion and BMR projects in the public sector.