'The opening of the NSBs
last Wednesday were preceded by a seminar on consumer rights and tips on establishing business to townsfolk,' Angeles said.
In his March 4 main presentation to the NSBS
Executive Committee, TWU President Kuhn asserted that nothing in the TWU Community Covenant is offensive.
Ensuring compliance with the code should be a major part of the operations of a national standards body (NSB
Within the permanent debt, a major development was the introduction of first ever tradable national saving bond (NSB
) in Jan 2010.
Despite the NCUA issuing NSBS
a cease and desist order, the CUSO continued to collect payments and allegedly threatened borrowers with servicing fees if they did not comply, according to the regulator.
Our only tweak on the Group of Thirty proposal is that we call their special-purpose banks "narrow savings banks," or NSBs
. We do this to underline the analogy to our "narrow funding banks" (NFBs) for securitization, as described in the next subsection.
Given current evidence, little can be concluded with confidence beyond the fact that requiring individuals to drink large amounts of NSBs
causes greater weight gain than not doing so.
See also NSBS
, supra note 13, ch 4.2-1, commentary 1; LSUC, supra note 13.
Moody said the day after Ensign shut down, the NCUA contacted NSBS
and told it to continue to service and collect payments on the loans in question.
See also Nova Scotia Barristers' Society v Richey, 2002 NSBS
8,  LSDD no 30 (QL).