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Finance Committee

Health / Health Insurance / Finance Committee: Committee of the board of directors whose duty it is to review financial results, approve budgets, set and approve spending authorities, review the annual audit, and review and approve outside funding sources.
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Other Words for Committee

Committee Verb Synonyms: council, board, cabinet, panel, body, commission
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Other Words for Finance

Finance Noun Synonyms: fund, subvene, invest in, back, capitalize, underwrite, subsidize, pay for, bankroll
Finance Adverb Synonyms: resource(s), banking, accounting, economics, money (management), business, commerce, (financial) affairs, investment
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Joint-Labor Management Committee

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Joint-Labor Management Committee: A panel comprised of management and union representatives whose purpose is to address problems, resolve conflicts and build on relationships. MORE

Investment Strategy Committee

Business / Finance / Investment Strategy Committee: A committee within a brokerage firm that conducts research and makes recommendations on the firm's stated investment strategy. MORE

Local-State Governmental Advisory Committee (LSGAC)

Technology / Cell Phones / Local-State Governmental Advisory Committee (LSGAC): An FCC-established group that is working on an antenna-siting solution. The LSGAC will advise carriers and communities on antenna siting. MORE

Market Performance Committee (MPC)

Business / Finance / Market Performance Committee (MPC): A group of NYSE market oversight specialists who monitor specialists' efficiency in maintaining fair prices and orderly markets. MORE

Medical Advisory Committee

Health / Health Insurance / Medical Advisory Committee: Committee whose purpose is to review general medical management issues brought to it by the medical director. MORE

International Finance Subsidiary

Business / Finance / International Finance Subsidiary: A subsidiary incorporated in the U.S., usually in Delaware, whose sole purpose once was to issue debentures overseas and invest the proceeds in foreign operations, with the interest paid to foreign bo MORE