DSIB

AcronymDefinition
DSIBDubai Schools Inspection Bureau (Knowledge and Human Development Authority; United Arab Emirates)
DSIBDiffusion de Systèmes Informatiques et Bureautiques (French: Dissemination of Office Information Systems)
DSIBDietary Supplement Information Bureau
DSIBDeferred Supplemental Income Benefit (finance)
DSIBDrill Sergeant Identification Badge
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Sir Christopher Stone, Chief Education Officer, GEMS Education, said: "We are thrilled with the DSIB inspection results which saw GEMS Education schools continue to improve.
Fatma Belrehif, Chief of Dubai School Inspection Bureau (DSIB) said, "This year we have seen remarkable progress with 18 schools improving their overall rating.
Of the 176 private schools inspected by KHDA's Dubai School Inspection Bureau (DSIB), a total of 18 schools improved their rating this year.
The higher bar for DSIBs like BDO in terms of capital requirement and supervisory expectations is intended to strengthen the financial system by lowering the probability of systemic bank failures.
The number of schools judged as 'good' or 'outstanding' overall was 73 -- or 51 per cent of the 143 private schools inspected -- the DSIB report said.
The Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau (DSIB) has published its first inspection summary reports of Dubai's schools on the Knowledge and Human Development Authority's (KHDA's) website this morning, a government statement said.
The Dietary Supplement Information Bureau (DSIB), Sarasota, FL, part of the Dietary Supplement Education Alliance (DSEA), has unveiled a new Field Guide to Herbal Dietary Supplements.
NEW YORK -- Vitamins and other nutritional products containing antioxidants can help many people live longer, healthier lives, according to the Dietary Supplement Information Bureau (DSIB).
According to the Dietary Supplement Information Bureau (DSIB), women today have a wide range of natural choices.
On balance sheet, net loans gr slowed down significantly in 1q 2019 to 1%, we expect further slowdown in net advances of the bank as 1q 2019 CET 1 of 13.74% fell short of required 13.80% (including DSIB of +2%).
The bank had a total capital adequacy ratio of 18.1 percent, and common equity tier 1 ratio of 15.6 percent as of end-December, both ratios above the BSP requirements, inclusive of the domestic systemically important bank (DSIB) buffer.
Doha Bank is recognised as one of the few 'Domestic Systemically Important Bank's (DSIB) in Qatar.