AEFAAmerican Express Financial Advisors
AEFAAmerican Education Finance Association (Evergreen, CO)
AEFAAsociación Española de Farmacéuticos Analistas
AEFAAssociation des Écoles Françaises en Amérique du Nord (French: Association of French Schools in North America)
AEFAAverage Emission Factor Approach
AEFAAdvanced Engineering Flight Activity
AEFAFleet Replenishment Ship (Royal Navy)
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Glaswegian Aefa, 44, also saw cabers tossed in Oregon, played golf with rattlesnakes in Arizona and encountered the Tilted Kilt - like a tartan Hooters.
Aefa, 39, has been living in the US and Canada for nine years and launched her mission after failing to get full marks in a "How Scottish Are You?" online quiz.
AEFA was a drag on American Express profits, though it did contribute to its revenues.
22-25 event was organized by Cartoon (AEFA) with the support of the Media Program of the European Union, the Xunta of Galicia, Xacobeo 2004 and Caixa Galicia.
The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not reflect the views of the AEFA or NCES.
When Chenault was promoted to president and COO in 1997, he gained responsibility for all the operating units of the company, excluding American Express Financial Advisors (AEFA), until last year, the only major revenue generator he didn't previously oversee.
The road to the final name and tagline used in all AEFA's marketing materials targeted at older Americans was not smooth or direct.
At American Express Financial Advisors (AEFA), Minneapolis, groups that want recognition must represent one of the core dimensions of diversity recognized by the company: race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or physical ability.
Babij notes how - despite record earnings - American Express Financial Advisors developed a team to anticipate what kind of firm would replace AEFA over the next decade.