Synonyms for lgt or Related words with lgt

ypk              suf              bgi              khr              slh              fnz              ypdsf              glg              mxan              gcy              leuz              ssed              pno              evgs              hrl              tlpa              prad              vapb              yaiy              nagd              lkp              yib              yss              blv              grn              nqk              gle              jeq              glt              lipb              kge              bcust              ycdo              bja              lysp              wrba              hxb              lpk              prme              leuy              tdie              bgk              cvib              ttherm              ygr              moaa              twy              eag              dind              deor             



Examples of "lgt"
LGT Group is the private banking and asset management group of the princely House of Liechtenstein.
There still, however, remains scepticism about the frequency of LGT, its identification, and its impact.
One of the key forces driving gene gain is thought to be horizontal (lateral) gene transfer (LGT).
SKT is 44,599 KRW (as of 2006), KTF 38,899 KRW (as of 4Q/2006) and LGT 35,700 KRW
While Wilson does not explicitly endorse LGT, Kevin Paulson has pointed out his use of Ellen White's statement on Christ's Object Lesson, page 69, in his messages—that the Latter Rain prepares the "last generation". This statement by Ellen White is also a key quotation used by supporters of LGT.
Herbert Douglass was a prominent figure in the 1970s advocating Last Generation Theology, publishing articles in what is now the "Adventist Review" supporting LGT, along with editor Kenneth H. Wood. He has been a leading theologian within the Adventist church. A key contribution to LGT by Douglass was his articulation of what came to be known as "The Harvest Principle".
Kevin D. Paulson, Adventist evangelist and author, is a supporter of Last Generation Theology. Paulson also points out Elder Ted Wilson's use of key LGT phrases and quotations, signalling what he sees as a shift in the General Conference leadership in favor of LGT.
The Generation of Youth for Christ (GYC) is an organization which largely supports the teachings of LGT. Speakers and presenters such as Peter Gregory, Kameron DeVasher, Stephen Bohr, and Eugene Prewitt have also taught LGT at the GYC conventions. Larry Kirkpatrick supported the 2002 GYC meeting.
Institutional investors in the Kennet III fund include Access Capital Partners, Adveq, Alpha Associates, BNP Private Equity, Credit Suisse, European Investment Fund, LGT Capital Partners and Siemens.
New and improved methodologies have been engaged, especially in the study of phylogenetics, to validate the presence and effect of LGT.
Since 2013, the students have had the opportunity to participate in La Grande Traversée (LGT), a cycling relay from Montreal, Quebec to Vancouver, B.C.
K.M. Mammen Mappillai is in the list of 18 names of account-holders in LGT Bank. Prosecution is already launched against these.
Since the spring of 2006, he has been the Chief Executive Officer of the LGT Group. Professionally, he is referred to as Prince Max, rather than Prince Maximilian.
LGT, originally known as The Liechtenstein Global Trust, is the largest family-owned private wealth and asset manager in Europe, wholly owned by the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation.
LGT is headquartered in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, with approximately 1,950 employees in over 20 offices around the globe, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and South America.
Moreno's period as chairman of UKFI was controversial because until April 2008 he had been a trustee of the Liechtenstein Global Trust (LGT), a private banking and investment group that has been at the centre of an international investigation into alleged tax evasion. Moreno had been appointed as a trustee of LGT in 1999, at the same time joining the parent body Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation. Moreno sat on the LGT's development and compensation committee, which determined executive pay, and advised on investment strategy and policy. Moreno was renumerated with a salary of Swiss Fr130,000 (£76,000) per year. He has stated that he had no knowledge of the individual LGT clients. Moreno's continued employment at the head of UKFI was criticised by the Conservative Party due to his links with LGT. Further controversy erupted over Fidelity International's donations to the Conservative Party which have amounted to £495,000 since 1994.
Prototype car (chassis "LGT-P") was shown to public in January 1963 at "Olympia Racing Car Show" in the United Kingdom gaining a big success and great expectations and during following months South African Tony Maggs raced it at Silverstone (finishing fifth starting last on the grid) and at Nürburgring 1000 km (retired for technical reasons), while the second car (chassis "LGT-1", aluminium monocoque) was being completed and prepared for 1963 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As of March 2009, the number of mobile subscribers in Korea nearing 46 million total mobile subscribers and the nation’s penetration rate almost 100%. Mobile telecommunications services in South Korea are served by three operators: SKT (SKTelecom), KTF (Korea Telecom Freetel), and LGT (LG Telecom). SKT represents 50.50% of the market share, KTF 31.54% and LGT 17.95% as of December 2007. The nation first launched its mobile telecommunication services in 1960.
The Master of Finance programme is one of 56 CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) recognized University programmes in Europe so the curriculum of the two are closely linked and students are able to participate in the annual CFA Research challenge. Students are also permitted to apply for a University-sponsored CFA exam scholarship along with the annual LGT (LGT Group) University Scholarship and the Banking Award Liechtenstein sponsored by the Liechtenstein Bankers Association.
Germany bought bank data of the LGT Bank Liechtenstein from Heinrich Kieber in 2008. According to the LGT Bank some 20 Finns have evaded tax in Finland via accounts with €50-60 million in deposited funds. This was the largest known tax avoidance case. All the names will be kept are secret and police will not investigate tax avoidance of these rich persons in Finland.