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Barnier: finance must be part of TIIP – FOW magazine

Barnier: finance must be part of TIIP – FOW magazine

The EU Commissioner responsible for financial markets has called for financial services to be included in an upcoming trade deal between the US and Europe. Michel Barnier, the French politician who has led the EU market reform programme, used a speech on Friday to promise a “race to the top” in terms of financial market […]

Solar Finance Roundup: $200M Admirals Bank-SunPower Loan Program … – Greentech Media

Solar Finance Roundup: $200M Admirals Bank-SunPower Loan Program … – Greentech Media

  We keep a running tab on major residential solar financing transactions. It continues to be a busy job as investors explore new financing tools and new sales channels. Today, SunPower partnered with Admirals Bank on a $200 million loan program for SunPower residential solar installations over the next two years. Borrowers can apply for […]

US charitable giving nears pre-recession peak

US charitable giving nears pre-recession peak

  US charitable giving rose for a fourth consecutive year in 2013, nearing the record pre-recession levels of 2007, a study showed. Donations from American individuals, corporations and foundations rose 4.4 percent to $335.17 billion, according to an annual survey, released Tuesday, by Giving USA Foundation and Indiana University’s school of philanthropy. The 59th annual […]

Wyden, head of Senate Finance Committee, wants to revive array of tax breaks – Washington Post

Wyden, head of Senate Finance Committee, wants to revive array of tax breaks – Washington Post

The new chairman of the Senate Finance Committee plans to move next week to revive an array of tax breaks that expired in December, pleasing industry lobbyists but disappointing House Republicans, who have not abandoned their quest for full-blown tax reform. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) plans Monday to unveil a proposal to temporarily extend the […]

Possible change to Army accounting may affect finance center – Indianapolis Star

Possible change to Army accounting may affect finance center – Indianapolis Star

Maureen Groppe, Indiana 7:18 p.m. EDT March 25, 2014 The Defense Finance and Accounting Service center at the former Fort Benjamin Harrison in Lawrence employs more than 3,800 people. (Photo: The Star 2005 file photo ) SHARE 18 CONNECTEMAILMORE WASHINGTON — Rep. Andre Carson and other members of Indiana’s congressional delegation are concerned that a […]

Unfair to compare private banks with PSBs: Finance Ministry to RBI – Economic Times

Unfair to compare private banks with PSBs: Finance Ministry to RBI – Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The finance ministry strongly defended state-run banks after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised concerns about their rising bad loans, management and business practices, and, in turn, hit out at private and foreign banks saying their business models were not conducive to economic growth. The ministry told RBI it was unfair to […]

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