SWIBState of Wisconsin Investment Board
SWIBState Workforce Investment Board (various states)
SWIBStern Women in Business (New York University)
SWIBSuccessful Women in Business (Boca Raton, FL)
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This year, winners were chosen from an esteemed panel of judges which included entrepreneur and foot expert to the stars, Margaret Dabbs, as well as FSB Policy Manager Susan Love and SWIB Honorary President, Morag Malloy .
The awards were open to all businesswomen, who were encouraged to nominate themselves in categories celebrating the SWIB values of communication, collaboration and connection, as well as innovation and young talent.
She was unable to attend the awards ceremony but it was accepted on her behalf by Deborah Shield, vice-president of SWIB.
SWIB Holdings, a Swedish Innovation Bridge company (SWIBCo), is a privately-owned company based in Stockholm.
Both Procella and Smartwise are reportedly SWIB Holding (SWIBCo) subsidiaries.
"SWIB's Board of Trustees does not select or approve investment managers or specific investments," SWIB spokesperson Vicki Hearing told IBT/MapLight in an emailed statement.
With a variety of funding sources for workforce education programs, SWIB is proud of the Workforce Enhancement Training Fund it started with private sector funds.
The majority of Aarrowcast's funding came through the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB), Madison, Wisconsin, complemented by state grants and a loan from the Small Business Administration (SBA).
The leader of this charge was the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB), which filed binding proposals at 40 companies this season to institute a shareholder approval requirement before adopting poison pills.
A The Workforce Investment Act (WIA) requires the Governor to appoint a state workforce investment board (SWIB).
We also gathered data from the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB), the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), the State of New Jersey pension fund, a large private pension fund, and a large mutual fund group that further confirm that institutional investors often have large stakes in class actions.