August 23, 2013 by apicomely
Wharton-Habitat Housing Finance Course at Asia-Pacific Housing Forum
In fact, TMX Finance has doubled in size over the past 5 years and plans to maintain that rate of growth for the next several years. TMX Finance is growing rapidly and we are always looking for talented individuals to join our team, said Lindsey Reed, Vice President of Talent Acquisition for TMX Finance. Visit our website at http://www.titlemax.com/careers for outstanding career opportunities. Position Descriptions and Qualifications: General Manager: A general manager is responsible for overseeing and managing the stores day to day operations and performance. This individual should encourage store growth and increase profitability through the management of customer relations, operating costs, sales and collections. Qualified candidates must be at least 19 years of age, have a valid drivers license and car insurance, and pass a credit and criminal background check to include a driving history report, also referred to as an MVR.
India central bank allows non-bank Islamic finance firm
The RBI did not respond to a request for comment on Cheraman’s case. But its decision appears to open the door to the possibility of more NBFCs offering Islamic non-interest products in future, even though full-fledged Islamic banks are expected to remain banned. RBI governor Duvvuri Subbarao, who will step down in September, has said Islamic banking is not possible in the country but sharia-compliant products could be delivered through alternative means. LEGAL CHALLENGE Last year, the RBI directed Kochi-based Alternative Investments and Credits Ltd (AICL) to stop its non-interest NBFC business almost a decade after the firm was launched. This prompted an ongoing legal challenge by AICL.
Registration for the Forum is at http://www.aphousingforum.org . About Habitat for Humanity International Habitat for Humanity International is a global nonprofit Christian housing organization that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Since 1976, Habitat has served more than 600,000 families by building and improving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions. An estimated 211,280 of these families are in the Asia-Pacific region, where Habitat has been active since 1983.