Firms

Some articles on firm, firms:

Sell Side
... It is a general term that indicates a firm that sells investment services to asset management firms, typically referred to as the buy side, or corporate entities ... In the capacity of a broker-dealer, "sell side" refers to firms that take orders from buy side firms and then "work" the orders ... into smaller orders which are then sent directly to an exchange or to other firms ...
Law Firms In Fiction - In Television
... Fictional law firms that serve as the backdrop for television shows tend to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light ... Asimow wrote that it is "striking how much more favorably law firms are portrayed on dramatic television series than in film" ... This is reflected in the earliest television series depicting a law firm, The Defenders which revolved around the father and son firm of Preston Preston ...
Small Firms Enterprise Development Initiative
... SFEDI is the Small Firms Enterprise Development Initiative, a company started and principally funded by the Department of Trade and Industry that worked under contract to the UK government to ... in January 2007 and extended its reach with regard to supporting Small Firms ...
Law Firms In Fiction - In Books and Film
... The opposing large law firm is a standard villain in legal thrillers and trial films alike ... reflect the public's dismal opinion of law firms ... Once movie lawyers join together into law firms, however, they are portrayed quite negatively, regardless of the era ...
Aird & Berlis
... Aird Berlis LLP (A B), is a full-service Canadian law firm ... A B has been rated one of the 30 largest law firms in Canada and one of Toronto's 20 largest law firms by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory in their feature on The ...

Famous quotes containing the word firms:

    While waiting to get married, several forms of employment were acceptable. Teaching kindergarten was for those girls who stayed in school four years. The rest were secretaries, typists, file clerks, or receptionists in insurance firms or banks, preferably those owned or run by the family, but respectable enough if the boss was an upstanding Christian member of the community.
    Barbara Howar (b. 1934)