IBFSInternational Banking and Financial Services (Société Générale SA; France)
IBFSInternational Bureau Filing System (FCC)
IBFSIliotibial Band Friction Syndrome (also seen as ITBFS)
IBFSIllinois Business Financial Services (est. 1981)
IBFSInitial Basic Feasible Solution
IBFSInternet Bulk Filing System
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Strata will become a source for the Airbus A320 Horizontal Tail Plane (HTP) and A350-900 Inboard Flaps (IBF).
In the United States, International Bank Facilities (IBF) technically operate as foreign banks for the purpose of accepting foreign currency deposits, including U.S.
United States, (12) the plaintiffs for the second time protested the Army's use of the "unusual and compelling urgency exception" to the Competition in Contracting Act (CICA) in a procurement of inlet barrier filters (IBF) for UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters.
December 31, 1985, data for IBFs have been reported in a separate
offices and its international banking facilities (IBF) from its U.S.
The "vis-a-vis" area is Asia-4; the reporting areas are Japan, the offshore centers, and the United States and international banking facilities (IBFs), as well as France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom (henceforth the "Europe-7").
Contrary to intuitive expectations, Eurodollar deposits may be carried within the United States, but only by domestic branches of foreign banks' international banking facilities (IBFs).
FEDERAL Reserve Board permitted banking offices located in the United States to establish international banking facilities (IBFs).
London: Robust performance in Societe Generale's (SG; A/Stable/a) international retail banking and financial services (IBFS) division contributed to overall sound earnings in 1Q16, says Fitch Ratings.
Eight correspondent banking relationships in Barbados' IBFS sector have been severed, and although several of these businesses have been able to establish relationships with other financial institutions, others have not.
Barbados: Barbados International Business Sector Discusses the Path Forward at the Annual IBFS Conference