IFSLInternational Financial Services, London
IFSLIntegrated Fruit Supply and Logistics (New Zealand)
IFSLITI (Integrity Trust Insight) Financial Services Limited (investment management; India)
IFSLImpact Foundation Sri Lanka (international program to prevent and alleviate disability)
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He added that his firm is making a long-term commitment to Pakistan that has already seen investments in recruitment, systems, technology, and processes in the run-up to the relaunch of IFSL as EFG Hermes Pakistan.
The signed PFI transport projects which hold a 26.40% share within the total in the UK is shown in Table 1 (IFSL 2009).
IFSL report indicates that the UK offering includes a total of 22 banks, far more than in any other Western country.
The ratings are underpinned by the strong relations between IFSL and its parent, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp Ltd (HSBC), the service specified.
International Financial Services London (IFSL)'s report suggests that the United Kingdom's offering includes a total of 22 Banks, far more than in any other Western country.
IFSL refers to The Banker's annual top 500 Islamic banks survey, in which HSBC Amanah was the only UK conventional bank with an Islamic window to provide data.
The International Financial Service London (IFSL) estimates that nett exports for financial services have increased by 65 per cent from 1998 to 2003, of which insurance experienced the fastest growth rate of 125 per cent, fund managers at 78 per cent, securities dealers at 38 per cent and banks at 17 per cent.
* Most of the empirical estimates in this box are drawn from IFSL (2007).
The OUSA team qualified for the national tournament by winning the Region IV championship last month with victories over IFSL of California, FC Barcelona (Utah), Colorado Crimson FC and Real Colorado.
and chairman of International Financial Services London (IFSL).
Britain remains the biggest market for international bonds, with a market share of 60 per cent for the primary market and 70 per cent for secondary market in 2001, according to IFSL data.
Dehring Bunting & Golding (DB&G) has signed an agreement with Issa Financial Services Limited (IFSL), the owner of Issa Trust & Merchant Bank Ltd (Issa Trust), to acquire the issued share capital of Issa Trust, reports The Jamaica Gleaner (July 25, 2002).