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FWD

(Fast Wide Differential) A Fast Wide SCSI implementation that uses differential signaling. See SCSI.
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As a brand that continues to change the way people feel about insurance, FWD saw the North Pole Marathon as a unique platform to empower people to overcome extreme challenges, to pursue their aspirations without worries, and to ignite their passion for life-enriching experiences," said FWD Life Philippines president and CEO Peter Grimes.
Previously, FWD Life presented personal accident benefit as the only insurance product that guarantees protection for high-risk activities called ACTU-FREE and launched a Less Exclusion initiative that reduces the exceptions to all FWD Life products,' said Ade.
Fitch believes parent FWD Group is willing to inject additional capital into FWD Fuji Life when necessary.
After its second full year of operations in 2016, FWD ranked 12th in total premium income in the local insurance industry, up one notch from previous year, according to the Insurance Commission's report.
FWD continues to gain traction with forward-looking operators in various markets, following successful deployments by Etisalat in both Sri Lanka and Nigeria; by New Zealand mobile operator 2degrees; by DNA, the provider of prepaid mobile subscriptions in Finland; and by Robi Axiata Ltd, the fastest growing telecommunications operator in Bangladesh.
By expanding our relationship with Etisalat, Comptel is thrilled that FWD will continue to bring mobile internet access to regions across the world where customers have only had limited connectivity options" said Harry Jarn, chief FWD of Comptel FWD.
AFLI will be a wholly owned subsidiary of FWD Group following the close.
Target: FWD Life Insurance Co/ Mandatory Provident Fund and Occupational Retirement Schemes Ordinance businesses
After seeing potential, I approached the top three FWD drivers -- Anas, Ahmed and Mohammed to join the Oman Auto X team.
16, Swiss Re made a $425 million investment in FWD Group, a company offering insurance and some life and pensions products in Hong Kong, Macau and Thailand.
Referred to by its employees simply as "the Drive" and by most others as FWD, the Four Wheel Drive Auto Company had sprung from the inventive minds of brothers-in-law Otto Zachow and William Besserdich.
Meanwhile, four Bahraini drivers triumphed in other cars classes, including Adel Hassan Mohammed in the Street Front-Wheel-Drive (FWD) RWD, Ibrahim Mubarak in the Super Street Outlaw FWD, Yousif Abdulla in the Super Street RWD, and Tariq Hadi in the Competition 7.