BOPRBoard of Professional Review
BOPRBridge Overweight Permit Review (software)
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Due to an increase in the number of disciplinary cases that involve the issue of loans between a CFP Board designee and his or her client, the BOPR is issuing this advisory opinion to clarify its position and to serve as a guide to both CFP Board designees and their clients.
The BOPR has evaluated these cases under a number of rules, including, but not limited to, Rules 201, 202, 401, 402, 606, 607 and 703.
While any and/or all of the rules mentioned above, and others, may apply in a particular case, this advisory opinion focuses on two rules which are implicated in the majority of "loan" cases and are, therefore, most frequently cited by the BOPR: Rules 202 and 607.
The Greek finance minister said that he would appoint advisors to sell ATEbank (AGBr.AT) and Hellenic Postbank (GPSr.AT) to Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT).
Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT), Greece's fourth-largest lender, has reported that its net profit for the year 2008 rose to EUR315m (USD400m).
Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT), Greece's fourth-largest lender, has decided to seek shareholder approval for raising up to EUR370m via the sale of preferred shares to the government under a state-backed support plan.
Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT), Greece's fourth-largest lender, has agreed to buy 31.3 percent of small rival Proton Bank (PRBr.AT) via a share swap, Reuters has reported.
Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT), Greece's fourth-largest lender, has said that it will offer to buy all of Proton Bank's (PRBr.AT) shares at the same share-swap ratio offered to Proton's main shareholders.
Greece's Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT) owns 95.35 percent of Piraeus Bank Egypt after buying a controlling interest in the former Egyptian Commercial Bank in 2005, the report noted.
Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT), Greece's fourth-largest lender, has reported that its net profit for the first quarter of 2008 increased 46 percent to EUR138.5m (USD214.2m).
Citing Greek media reports, Thomson Financial News (TFN) said in a report that banker George Provopoulos, who is currently vice-chairman and managing director of Bank of Piraeus (BOPr.AT) (AT: TPEIR) and who also notably led the sale of Greek banking group Emporiki to Credit Agricole (CAGR.PA) in August 2006, will possibly succeed Garganas as the central bank's new governor.
Bank of Piraeus (BOPr.AT) (ATH:TBEIR) (OOTCC: BPIRF.PK), Greece's fourth-largest lender, is expecting net profit to top EUR600m (USD938m) this year, reports Reuters.