SCOR

AcronymDefinition
SCORSupply Chain Operations Reference model
SCORScientific Committee on Oceanic Research
SCORSmall Corporate Offering Registration
SCORSpecialized Center of Research (White Plains, NY)
SCORScott's Oriole (bird species Icterus parisorum)
SCORStudents of Color of Rackham (Michigan)
SCORSoccer Club of Oak Ridge (Tennessee)
SCORScientific Committee on Oceanographic Research
SCORSouthern California Outdoor Racquetball
SCORSiberian Conference on Operations Research
SCORSecond Cousin Once Removed
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Jim Woodward, Senior Vice President of StoneRiver Life Carrier Solutions, said, "Understanding the industry's attention and focus on reaching the middle market is what drew StoneRiver and SCOR together.
Merrill Roth of Newmark Knight Frank represented SCOR U.
Contrary to public reports, SCOR will not be acquiring complete ownership of IRP on May 31, 2005, as a result of SCOR's failure to satisfy the procedures, and to provide the financial information, required by the IRP Shareholders Agreement dated December 28, 2001 (the "Agreement"), and which are preconditions to such purchase.
Gensym's e-SCOR, which was created in accord with the SCOR standard, provides a strategic supply-chain modeling and analysis package for companies needing organized data and facts upon which to base crucial, complex supply- chain decisions.
Typically, SCOR offerings are priced at $2-$5 per share, and most companies require a minimum investment of $500-$1,000.
At SCOR, we believe that innovation is quickly becoming the number one lever for life insurance profitability and growth," said Glenn Cunningham, Executive Vice President, US Reinsurance for SCOR Global Life Americas.
This year's SCOR recipients consist of teams of investigators undertaking cutting-edge research," said Louis DeGennaro, Ph.
More entrepreneurs are turning to SCOR since it enables them to personally handle the "brokering" of the deal.
SCOR Global Life Americas offers broad capabilities in risk management as well as value added services that help life insurers develop competitive products and enter new markets with speed and efficiency.
The primary market for SCOR's shares is Euronext (now part of NYSE- Euronext), where the average trading volume has accounted for more than 97% of SCOR's worldwide trading volume over the last three years; -- SCOR's ADS trading volume has declined over the past three years and has accounted for approximately 1% of the total volume of shares traded over the last year (adjusted to reflect SCOR's January 2007 ten-for-one reverse share split); -- SCOR adopted International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in 2005.
Additionally, SCOR has further strengthened its global reinsurance presence during 2011, creating a sound platform to further expand its franchise.