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July 4, 2014

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Standard Chartered hosts Transaction Banking seminar

Dubai

Standard Chartered'sTransaction Banking Department recently organised a seminar on Liquidity and Working Capital Management for its Corporate and Institutional Clients in the UAE. Held under the title: "Looking Beyond: Will Cash Flow Faster?", the event provided a strategic platform for a select group of clients to exchange ideas and discuss best practice in Working Capital Optimisation and Treasury Management. The session was attended by a number of finance and treasury professionals.

100% cash back and guaranteed prizes for everyone at Better Life this Ramadan

Duabi

Better Life said in a statement recently it is offering a chance to people to win 100 per cent cash back on purchases besides other guaranteed prizes, including LED TVs, gift vouchers, small appliances, extended warranty and more. The cash back is up to Dh10,000, with offer valid on minimum purchase of Dh3,500, it stated.

Al Maya Group'sKamal Vachani meets minister

Dubai

Kamal Vachani, Group Director, Al Maya Group met George Eustice MP, Minister for Farming, Food and Marine Environment in London recently, the group said in a statement. It added that during the meeting Vachani introduced Al Maya Group and its activities.


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Source: Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)


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