A-DAY

AcronymDefinition
A-DAYAssault Day
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It had been initially reported that the settlement amounted to 130,000 dollars a-day but former Italian Premier said the figure, with arrears, was double that.
This was on the proviso that the application was made to HMRC within three years of A-Day, the deadline being April 5, 2009.
Collins Stewart insurance analyst Tim Young dismissed the group's strong sales figures as being merely down to the A-Day overhaul of the UK's pension market.
We estimate 95% of people have made no changes to their arrangements post A-Day.
Since Operation DESERT STORM in 1991, there has never been a "Shock and Awe" first strike that compares to the large-scale magnitude of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM A-day on the evening of 21 March 2003.
The implementation of the company's A-Day strategy resulted in total pension sales of pounds 5.
It was expected that the fervent activity before A-day would be followed by a period of subdued interest and stabilisation of values, but the market has maintained its momentum especially for industrial units up to 10,000 sq ft.
APRIL 6 next year has been branded A-Day - a time when pension changes may result in business owner-occupiers becoming near-extinct, warns property investment specialist Assetz.
A key driver of the future growth of Wrappable assets will be the regulatory impact of A-day and the advantages Wrap providers take from this.
Will Self, managing director of Stratford-upon-Avon-based Self Chartered Financial Planners, issued the warning as next year marks the third anniversary of the so-called A-Day, the massive pensions shake-up that came into force on April 6, 2006.
But critics say the so-called A-Day reforms have not delivered.
Chief executive Sandy Crombie said the company's prospects remained strong as A-Day rule changes earlier this year encouraged people to save for retirement.