EIAP

AcronymDefinition
EIAPEnvironmental Impact Analysis Process
EIAPEligible Individual Account Plan (economics)
EIAPEndorsed Internal Audit Program (Institute of Internal Auditors; various locations)
EIAPEnvironmental Impact Analysis Program
EIAPEurope and International Affairs Panel (East of England Regional Assembly)
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The center is a joint public-private project managed by EIAP.
With reference to the socially determined nature of health and the environment, we explore whether lessons from the implementation of HiAP can be used to develop an EiAP approach.
A continuacion y con el fin de obtener una medida de la respuesta inicial ante los estimulos, se presentaban el EIav, EIap, ECav y ECap con una separacion de 25 s.
Fiduciaries of EIAPs are required to act prudently as defined by ERISA, but, unlike other defined contribution plans, they are exempt from requirements that usually limit investments in employer securities to 10%.
"We're very excited about this summer programme," says Amal Al Zadjali, EIAP project manager.
En el grupo experimental se presentaban siempre asociados tanto el ECav y el EIav como el ECap y el EIap. El EIav y el EIap se presentaban inmediatamente despues de la desaparicion, respectivamente, del ECav y del ECap.
No apparel has been exported to the United States under the Haiti EIAP because exporters prefer to use other trade preferences.
Such waivers may also be granted on occasion to allow experimentation in procedures in order to allow growth in the EIAP. This authority may not be delegated.
As headlines increasingly link religion with violence, the EIAP unites religion with peace, in an effort to magnify the effectiveness of inter-religious peacebuilding.
Circuit Court of Appeals made clear that "[t]he Moench presumption logically applies to any allegations of fiduciary duty breach for failure to divest an EIAP [eligible individual account plan] or ESOP [Employee Stock Ownership Plan] of company stock." According to Ellison, the application of the Moench presumption does not hinge on the extent to which the plans mandate investment in employer stock -- or whether such investment is mandated at all -- so long as the plan in question is an EIAP.
Since the Enron collapse, plan sponsors and fiduciaries of defined contribution plans have been confronted with many so-called "stock drop" cases alleging that plan sponsors and fiduciaries were imprudent in permitting ESOP and EIAP plan participants to continue to invest in company stock, despite the stock losing significant value in the marketplace.