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Citigroup posted a bond for $ 5 billion

Citigroup posted a bond for $ 5 billionUS bank Citigroup Inc. April 22 sold bonds for $ 5 billion, which was the largest placement of bonds for the Bank from January 2009.
Barclays cut its net profit by 52%

Barclays cut its net profit by 52%Britain's biggest bank Barclays Plc in the I quarter of 2015 recorded a drop in net profit by 52% due to higher contributions to reserves to cover possible expenses in the case of manipulating exchange rates.
Merrill Lynch was fined $ 20 million in the UK

Merrill Lynch was fined $ 20 million in the UKOffice of Financial Regulation and Supervision of the UK (Financial conduct authority, FCA) has announced a record fine Merill Lynch International for incorrect data on financial transactions.
Morgan Stanley in I quarter profit increased sharply

Morgan Stanley in I quarter profit increased sharplyNet profit of US bank holding company Morgan Stanley increased by 59% in January-March 2015, through trading with shares and brokerage commissions. Also, the bank received the largest adjusted revenue of more than 5 years.
Credit Suisse recorded a sharp rise in profits

Credit Suisse recorded a sharp rise in profitsThe net profit of the Swiss financial services company Credit Suisse Group AG increased by 23% in I quarter of the year, as the lender recorded a jump in the investment division and continues to cut costs.
American Express recorded a net profit growth of 6.5%

American Express recorded a net profit growth of 6.5%Net income of one of the leaders of the US market of plastic cards - American Express Co. (AmEx) grew up in the I quarter of 2015 by 6.5%, including by increasing consumer spending.
Time Management

Time management, time management, organization of time, (time management) - technology organization time and improve the efficiency of its use. Time Management - the act or process of training of conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities in which specifically increase efficiency and productivity.

Time management can help a number of skills, tools and techniques used to perform specific tasks, projects and goals. This set includes a wide range of activities, namely, planning, distribution, setting goals, delegation, analysis of time spent, monitoring, organizing, compiling lists and prioritizing. Initially, management attributed only business or employment, but eventually the term broadened to include personal activities on the same basis. The system is a combination of time management processes, tools, techniques and methods. Typically, time management is a necessity in the development of any project, because it determines the time of completion of the project and scope.
Strategic Management

Strategic Management (management) - function of management (management), applies to long-term goals and actions of the company. Strategy formulation (modus operandi) and its clear tools are the core of governance and an important sign of good management of the company.

Strategic Management - Development and implementation of actions leading to long-term excess of the level of output of the firm above the competition.
Management

Management (management - administration, management, administration, management, the ability to master) - design and development, the most effective use, management and monitoring of socio-economic systems.

Management - a set of methods, principles, tools and forms of government economic organizations to improve their performance.
Logistics

Logistics - part of the economic science, the subject of which is to organize the rational process of promoting products and services from suppliers of raw materials to consumers, the functioning of the circulation of products, goods, services, inventory management, product distribution infrastructure.

A broader definition of logistics interprets it as the science of planning, management and control of the movement of material, informational and financial resources in different systems.
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Morgan Stanley

HSBC

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BNP Paribas

Credit Agricole

UBS

Credit Suisse

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)

Deutsche Bank

Sberbank of Russia

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