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mirador

In Spanish architecture and derivatives, a lookout, whether an independent structure, a bay window, or a roof pavilion.
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March will be responsible for mentoring Mirador agents, marketing the firm's exclusive institutional developers and positioning Mirador to obtain exclusive sales developments.
According to Finextra, Robert Trunzo, CEO, Cuna, said, 'Through this acquisition, Mirador's digital lending platform will complement our existing portfolio of lending solutions to help credit unions grow small business loans and deliver an exceptional lending experience to their members.'
So if you know a student who is desperate to travel but the student loan won't stretch that far, maybe they and five friends could be chosen as the new residents of The Mirador Boutique Hotel.
"One of the things credit unions struggle with is how to deliver a smaller loan," Jim Gallagher president of Tallahassee, Fla.-based- business lending CUSO Member Business Solutions, a Mirador client, said.
8 MAJORCA Seven nights from PS1,095 for two Honeymoon quality (with a price to match), Es Mirador is in the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains at the end of a secluded country track.
25 November 2014 - US lending solutions provider Mirador Financial Inc said that it had secured a USD2m (EUR1.6m) seed investment.
Flying from Glasgow on June 26, seven nights in Gran Canaria with Airtours, staying at the three-star Mirador del Atlantico in Playa Amadores.
This young man called Khalifa works at the Mirador Hotel as a security personnel.
4G was launched on July 9 in the Naco, Piantini, Cacicazgos, Bella Vista and Mirador areas of the capital, with an investment of US$150 million.