HBPA

AcronymDefinition
HBPAHomeowners and Bank Protection Act (Lyndon LaRouche proposal)
HBPAHeme-Binding Protein A
HBPAHillsdale Business and Professional Association (Portland, OR; est. 1973)
HBPAHawaii Book Publishers Association (Honolulu, HI)
HBPAHearth, Patio & Barbecue Association
HBPANational Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association, Inc.
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Having a dominant position in Panama and a strong first name, HBPA enjoys a wide, low cost and quite stable deposit base that fully funds its loan portfolio.
The Commission and Dillon listed three separate complaints: 1) Penn National, 2) Jockeys and 3) the HBPA.
Barbecue sauce is a necessity for nearly three-quarters of those who grill, according to the HBPA, which notes that sauces are most often used for basting during cooking.
Prairie Meadows and IA HBPA hope to offer online wagering for the next race season.
HBPA and PBI's IDRs reflect the support from its parent (HSBC, rated 'AA' by Fitch Ratings) and are constrained by Panama's country ceiling rating.
We have reached an agreement with the Florida HBPA but we are still awaiting resolution of the slot agreement by Florida Thoroughbred breeders.
As a result, the Florida HBPA denied Calder Race Course permission to distribute its simulcast signal to inter-state (ISW) and advance-deposit wagering outlets (ADW).
Fitch rates HBPA as follows with a Positive Outlook:
A universal bank active in consumer and corporate lending, HBPA held 6% of the system's assets at June 2007; it merged with Grupo Banistmo in July 2007 hence becoming the largest banking group in Panama ($11.
We are most grateful to the management of Harrah's Louisiana Downs, the Louisiana HBPA and the various regulatory agencies, most notably the Louisiana State Racing Commission, for working with us to bring the Fair Grounds meet to Louisiana Downs," Soth said.
The agreements between Mountaineer Park and the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association ("HBPA") governing live racing and simulcasting expired on January 1, 2004, and Mountaineer Park is currently negotiating a new, five-year agreement with the HBPA.
In a complaint filed February 3, 2003 pursuant to the Federal Interstate Horse Racing Act, the HBPA had claimed that it had terminated its consent to Mountaineer's simulcast operations because Mountaineer had refused to guarantee a minimum of 250 days of live racing in 2003.