Полный вариант заголовка: «Banques et operations de Banque : precis theorique et pratique : a l'usage des Capitalistes, des Employes des Banques de la Bourse et du commerce et des candidats aux grands concours financiers / par F.J . Combat ; Bibliotheque d'Enseignement Administratif ; sous la direction de M. A. Saillard».
Книга адресована руководителям клиентских подразделений банков, клиентским менеджерам, специалистам в области активных методов обучения персонала, а также всем, кто профессионально занимается переговорами с клиентами банка.
Книга посвящена определению справедливой стоимости. Данный вид оценки особенно важен при объединении, слиянии и поглощении компаний, когда важно знать реальную стоимость активов, включая нематериальные активы, недвижимость и обязательства. Книга не является практическим руководством для оценщиков, а ориентирована прежде всего на заказчиков и потребителей информации по оценке – финансовых менеджеров, бухгалтеров, аналитиков и аудиторов. Автор отвечает на целый ряд важных вопросов, без которых не обходится практически ни одна оценка: как выбрать оценщика и какие ожидания от деятельности оценщика являются адекватными? Как определяется справедливая стоимость и на каких допущениях она базируется? Как определить качество отчета об оценке? Каким образом оцениваются финансовые инструменты? Как оценить корпоративные обязательства, такие как судебные иски и условные выплаты?
Работа посвящена разработке комплексной системы прогнозирования функционирования сетей банкоматов и устройств самообслуживания. Получив результаты прогнозирования, выдаваемые данным комплексом, и разбив город на «сектора реагирования», можно более эффективно использовать человеческие, материально-технические и другие ресурсы, а также транспортную ситуацию на дорогах.
What you're holding in your hands is a very funny and sometimes poignant look at fathers. It's filled with stories of what it's been like as a dad and a son, from a child's first day of kindergarten to the awkward sex talk, right up to the day the always practical dad tries to pay for college with bonus miles.While bookstores are filled with tales of mothers, their children, and families, there are so few from the dad's side. Now, as a public service, I'm doing my part to right this wrong.
Juhasz bravely and expertly exposes the inner workings of an industry and a government riddled with secrets, lies, and deception.Daniel Ellsberg, author of Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon PapersIn the tradition of the Academy Award-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth, Antonia Juhaszs The Tyranny of Oil offers a chilling expos of the modern American oil industry and its dire abuse of power. A leading international trade and finance policy expert and the author of The Bush Agenda, Juhasz presents eye-opening truths about a potentially catastrophic global energy crisis that only promises to get much worse in the coming yearsand provides possible solutions for meaningful change. Terry Tamminen, former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency, calls The Tyranny of Oil a bold blueprint for ending the madness, and the Christian Science Monitor tells us, a good first step toward true energy independence is to read this insightful book.
What is the real legacy of divorce? To answer this question, Constance Ahrons, Ph.D., interviewed one hundred and seventy-three grown children whose divorcing parents she had interviewed twenty years earlier for her landmark study, the basis of which was the highly acclaimed book The Good Divorce. What she has learned is both heartening and significant.Challenging the stereotype that children of divorce are emotionally troubled, drug abusing, academically challenged, and otherwise failing, Dr. Ahrons reveals that most children can and do adapt, and that many even thrive in the face of family change. Although divorce is never easy for any family, she shows that it does not have to destroy children's lives or lead to a family breakdown. With the insight of these grown children and the advice of this gifted family therapist, divorcing parents will find helpful road maps identifying both the benefits and the harms to which postdivorce children are exposed and, ultimately, what they can do to maintain family bonds.
Armed with trust funds and pedigrees but bent on rebellion, twenty-somethings Alice, Harry, Rose, and Hugo are teetering on the brink of self-destruction. With Manhattan and London as their playgrounds, they chase oblivionand their next highthrough a glittering blur of nightclubs, decadent parties, high fashion, and underground music scenes, hard-partying on the razor's edge with a never-ending cocktail of drugs and booze. Insomniacs and unstoppable, these four lost souls ride the extreme highs and devastating lows of a summer that quickly reaches a crescendo of music, heat, and hedonism. Wavering between moments of revelation and ruin, they illuminate a generation given everythingexcept an answer to the timeless question: Who am I? From a remarkable new literary voice comes a startling, fresh, strikingly candid novel of addiction and excess.
The cow. The most industrious animal in the world. A beast central to human existence since time began, it has played a vital role in our history not only as a source of food, but also as a means of labor, an economic resource, an inspiration for art, and even as a religious icon. Prehistoric people painted it on cave walls; explorers, merchants, and landowners traded it as currency; many cultures worshipped it as a god. So how did it come to occupy the sorry state it does todaymore factory product than animal?In Beef, Andrew Rimas and Evan D. G. Fraser answer that question, telling the story of cattle in its entirety. From the powerful auroch, a now extinct beast once revered as a mystical totem, to the dairy cows of seventeenth-century Holland to the frozen meat patties and growth hormones of today, the authors deliver an engaging panoramic view of the cow's long and colorful history.Peppered with lively anecdotes, recipes, and culinary tidbits, Beef tells a story that spans the globe, from ancient Mediterranean bullfighting rings to the rugged grazing grounds of eighteenth-century England, from the quiet farms of Japan's Kobe beef cows to crowded American stockyards to remote villages in East Africa, home of the Masai, a society to which cattle mean everything. Leaving no stone unturned in its exploration of the cow's legacy, the narrative serves not only as a compelling story but as a call to arms, offering practical solutions for confronting the current condition of the wasteful beef and dairy industries. Beef is a captivating history of an animal whose relationship with humanity has shaped the world as we know it, and readers will never look at steak the same way again.
Katharine Murray's elegant Atlanta home has been viciously vandalized! She's prepared to devote all her time to getting it back in tip-top shapeuntil she meets Bara Weidenauer. Once a picture-perfect socialite, Bara has fallen on some hard times. Her husband, Foley, has hightailed it out of their marriage, and she's convinced he'll try to take her for every penny she's got. While scouring her house for anything of value to hide from her greedy ex, Bara finds a box of military medals that once belonged to her father, a beloved war hero. Eager to know the story behind these precious trinkets, she enlists Katharine's help.But as Katharine digs deeper into Weidenauer family history, she discovers that everything Bara believed about her father may have been a lie. And when Foley is found shot to death, Bara's world turns to complete chaos. It's up to Katharine to expose this family's secrets from the past and the present . . . or the future will be very grim indeed.
Raine's Landing, Massachusetts, can't be located on any map. On the surface it appears an ordinary New England small town, but anyone who stumbles in wants to leave immediately . . . and once gone, they forget they were ever there. Real magic pervades this village of shadows, practiced by powerful adepts descended from the original Salem witches. But a curse has made it impossible for any resident to step beyond the town line. Those born here must die here as well.Ross Devries and Cassandra Mallory saw their worlds destroyed by magic run amok, and dedicated their lives to keeping supernatural catastrophe at bay. But now a being more terrible than anything they've ever encountered has just crossed over the bordera powerful entity no known magic can defeat; a fierce, ancient god who feeds on terror . . . and blood. A new nightmare is descending upon Raine's Landingand for Ross, Cass, and the entire trapped population there can be no escape . . . not even in death.
The oldest and most powerful of the Aisling triplets, Leona has always been the one most devoted to denying her gift . . . until now. When she begins to see murky visions of the crazed killer who has targeted her sisters, she can't ignore her powers any longer. This evil man not only threatens her family, but is also coming after her.Yet until she can see him clearly, she realizes that the man dead-set on destroying her could be anyone, even Owen Shaw. But when the handsome, rugged newcomer begs her to use her powers to help his troubled sister, how can she say no? She should stay away from him, but the strong attraction, the undeniable hunger she feels for his body, won't let her escape. Leona will have to summon every ounce of her powerand her passionif she wants to live to see another day.