AEIF

AcronymDefinition
AEIFArmco Employees Independent Federation
AEIFAssociation Européenne pour l'Interopérabilité Ferroviaire (French: European Association for Railway Interoperability)
AEIFAdvantage Enterprise and Innovation Fund (UK)
AEIFAutomotive Engineering Innovation Framework (automotive development software; IBM)
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Since its inception, AEIF has supported 300 initiatives led by exchange alumni from programs such as Fulbright, FVLP, sports diplomacy, youth leadership and others.
AEIF awards up to $25,000 to winning teams of exchange program alumni to fund projects on issues such as education, gender, the environment, development, women s training, entrepreneurship, and interfaith understanding, among others.
For them, at least in the beginning, Europe was just a convenient place from which they could operate against the Syrian regime, and the AEIF was little more than a club for foreign Muslim students who were planning to leave France at the end of their studies.
The AEIF will help established businesses expand, diversify and modernise - and make the West Midlands economy stronger and more dynamic.
The AEIF will help fuel the development of technology and innovative businesses and encourage the modernisation and diversification of established companies.
The Alumni Affairs Division will announce AEIF award winners in late June.
After returning to Vietnam, Minh won an AEIF grant that helped her form a network of high-profile media professionals who provide training to increase the professionalism and ethical standards of Vietnamese journalists.
Catapult Venture Managers invested pounds 250k from the AEIF Fund which it manages, alongside funding from the management team, private investors and the bank.
Delta Associates acted as principal advisor to both AEIF and CDPQ Asia in the transaction.
The two investors will carry out the mandatory and general bid through Tagus Holdings Sarl, a Luxembourg-based company 55% owned by Jose de Mello and 45% held by AEIF Apollo, the target company said in a press release.
Since first learning of AK Steel's intent to expand, and perhaps build a new facility, the AEIF has tirelessly sought to open a dialogue with AK Steel management to discuss these issues.
In March, Forth Ports rejected a second bid from the consortium, which includes AEIF General Partners, Peel Ports Holdings and RREEF.