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BCAS

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Vanda Jones, BCAS executive director explains the reason for the new structure and how it is helping the Society to evolve: "In its 88-year history, the BCAS Board has been pivotal in providing timely, accurate information for our members and helping to lobby Government for legislative change that delivers the best deal for the industry.
As shown in Figures 2, 3, and 4, in total, 84 methyl esterified products were identified by GC/MS analysis and their parent components can be classified into MCAs, DCAs, BCAs, hydrocarbons (HCs), and other species (OSs).
Subsequently, Access' and UBA's long-term local currency deposit ratings and Bank of Industry's long-term issuer ratings no longer benefit from a one-notch uplift from their b2 BCAs (or standalone credit profile, as is the case for Bank of Industry) as these are now at the same level as the government bond rating.
Besides that, recent control measures to overcome Ganoderma infection in palms are now focused on the use of BCAs. Subsequently, research on the use of BCAs for Ganoderma disease control has gained momentum.
BCAS has not reviewed its order and not reacting on the concern even when court has made observations, a senior police official said.
The British Citizen Awards (BCA) recognises exceptional individuals who work tirelessly and selflessly to make a positive impact on society.
Moody's says that in most cases, the overall impact of the reviews on the bank's standalone BCAs, and its reassessment of the level of systemic support, is unlikely to result in downgrades of the senior debt and deposit ratings of more than one notch in most cases.
Furthermore, the five regional banks with BCAs of a2 or a3, placing them
This is against the government's directives, reserving all such clearing jobs for Bahrainis, said Bahrain Clearing Agents Society (BCAS) vice-president Ali Al Sankis.
To improve sensitivity of WNV detection, blood-collection agencies (BCAs) later implemented enhanced screening by individual donation NAT (ID-NAT), most often used when a given trigger threshold of positive MP-NAT results is reached during the WNV transmission season (5,6).
These solutions are possible thanks to a range of compressors and associated equipment guaranteed to produce food grade compressed air for "Contact", "Non-Contact" and "Non-Contact High Risk" applications, as laid down in the new Code of Practice developed by both the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS).