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CNP

(1) (Card Not Present) Making a credit card purchase online or over the phone without physically inserting, swiping or tapping a credit card at a merchant's payment terminal. See EMV.

(2) (Certified Network Professional) A professional designation and accreditation given to individual IT networking professionals by the Network Professional Association (www.npa.org). Introduced in 1996 and earned by successful completion of a networking exam, the certification was updated and re-released in 2005. Additional requirements include work experience, continuing education and adherence to a code of ethics. For more information, visit www.cnp.org. See certification. See also CMP.
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La Banque Postale already owned about 18 per cent of CNP Assurances.
CNP CIH is the parent company of a group of insurance companies in Cyprus and Greece.
Caisse des Depots et Consignations created in 1816, and part of the government institutions under the control of the parliament, often described as the "investment arm" of the French state, controls 41% of CNP Assurance, a further 36.3% is held by La Banque Postale and the French banking group BPCE, with 21.8% in the hands of institutional and retail investors.
BoC refused and the issue went to international arbitration, which decided in 2016 that BoC did not inherit Laiki's contractual agreements and therefore had no obligation to sell CNP products.
Par ailleurs, le numero un du CNP a mis en garde contre certains discours populistes, en soulignant que les subventions accordees par l'Etat aux entreprises de presse demeure un outil efficace pour garantir leur independance vis-a-vis des groupes de pression.
The CNP records show that eight rhinos had faced such deaths in 2014 and it was followed by 15, 14 and 24 in the following years.
The CNP Award Judge's Choice is selected by a panel of independent experts chosen for their deep expertise and reputation in the payments and the card not present industry.
Le CNP est [euro]u[c]galement charg[euro]u[c] de la "d[euro]u[c]finition des profils de formation du personnel d'enseignement, et l'exploitation des observations, avis et recommandations [euro]u[c]mis par le Conseil national d'[euro]u[c]ducation et de formation et l'Observatoire national d'[euro]u[c]ducation et de formation, relatifs aux programmes, moyens didactiques et [euro]u[c]quipements scientifiques et p[euro]u[c]dagogiques".
We tested the anti-bacterial properties of CNP films using Streptococcus pyogenes [the group A streptococcus; strain MGAS315 obtained from American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)], methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (strain WARD470179-158 obtained from VWR), and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (strain [Schroeter] Migula, obtained from ATCC).
C-type natriuretic peptide (CNP) [5] is a paracrine growth factor (1) widely expressed in tissues including the vascular endothelium (2).
Fraud losses occur from counterfeit cards at the point of sale and automated teller machines (ATMs), card-not-present (CNP) transactions (made online or via mail, telephone, a social network, or mobile app), fraudulent applications, lost and stolen cards, and other smaller categories.