SIFC

AcronymDefinition
SIFCSaskatchewan Indian Federated College (now First Nation University of Canada)
SIFCSmall Industry Finance Corporation (Thailand)
SIFCScottish Inter Faith Council (Glasgow, Scotland)
SIFCSouthern Interior Football Conference (Canada)
SIFCStevedoring Industry Finance Committee (Australia)
SIFCSomali International Financial Centre (offshore banking; Mogadishu, Somalia)
SIFCStatic Information-Flow Channel
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SIFC Force also will play host to its own 3v3 Live Soccer Shootout June 9 at the Superblock.
In its basic form, a SIFC is little more than an accounting system configured to operate in accordance with specifications and needs of the environment in which they are installed.
NBAD will in principle support and contribute to the development of SIFC into a regional financial hub.
South Korea's SIFC is a recent development in Yeoudio Island, which is located in the Han River spanning the South Korean capital city.
The City of Regina offers six scholarships to students at the University of Regina including one at SIFC in Regina
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The row was over whether Salmond was wrong when he told Holyrood funding for the SIFC had been sorted out, amid fears of redundancies.
"John was a Thornaby lad who joined the band of colours at SIFC," said Norton chairman Ray Morton.
Though both the SIFC Act and Saskatchewan NonProfit Corporations Act require the institution to be governed by a Board, the requirements differ, and the only functional Board is the one created under the SIFC Act.
Students must attend Saskatchewan Indian federated College (SIFC), Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT), Gabriel Dumont Institute and Dumont Technical Institute.