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  • Procedures followed or measures taken to ensure such safety

  • A security is a fungible, negotiable instrument representing financial value. Securities are broadly categorized into debt securities (such as banknotes, bonds and debentures) and equity securities, e.g., common stocks; and derivative contracts, such as forwards, futures, options and swaps.

  • Stocks and bonds are traditionally referred to as securities. More specifically, stocks are often referred to as "equities" and bonds as "debt instruments."

  • The state of being free from danger or threat

  • Assets such as shares of stock, bonds, or any kind of financial asset that can be traded.

  • The safety of a state or organization against criminal activity such as terrorism, theft, or espionage

  • A person who practices or studies law; an attorney or a counselor

  • (lawyer) a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice

  • A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.

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  • A counter in a hotel, bank, or airport at which a customer may check in or obtain information

  • A table, frame, or case, usually with sloping top, but often with flat top, for the use writers and readers.

  • A desk is a furniture form and a class of table often used in a work or office setting for reading or writing on or using a computer. Desks often have one or more drawers to store office supplies and papers.

  • A position in an orchestra at which two players share a music stand

  • a piece of furniture with a writing surface and usually drawers or other compartments

  • A piece of furniture with a flat or sloped surface and typically with drawers, at which one can read, write, or do other work

Meeting With Sasha II

Meeting With Sasha II

Meeting With Sasha II

Luke nods. " Wells & Forgoance Company. We are all lines. Life, Casualty, Property and Claims, with brokers to help with our securities and anuitiies."

As she exits the elevator, Sasha raises both eyebrows. God, she hates salespeople. It seems like even when they were not working, they stil try to sell you on something. Either water or the idea of going on a date. Then they use all kinds of techniques and what not to make your head spin and cave in to what they want. Urgh! She closes her eyes and walks across the wooden floor to her office. She has left it unlocked, knowing she would be back there soon. But normally it is locked and guarded. She is a privacy freak like that. Walking across to her desk and sat on the chair "I see. I'll let you know that from now on you should save the pitch." She looks up coldly through her glasses and then types the keyword on her computer quickly. "I'm not interested in buying. Don't have time for it. I have to meet with a doctor in a couple." Yes, a doctor that she is still trying to hook up with. Why not? single mom, and she was hot. She might as well try to get a husband out of it while youth is on her side. "So, what are we needing? A business account, the coporate package, business loan?" she raises an eyebrow at him as she lays both hands on the desk and leans forward, still not smiling.

Luke gives his cordial, disarming smile, "Just explaining the business, ma'am. While the company is a multi-billion entity, we still have to follow the regulations of the countries, states, and cities we seek to do business in. I believe it was either the business account or corporate package that were discussed as options."

Sasha turns her eyes from him to the computer. God, sales people and those smiles. For some reason it always has giveng her the shudders. The whole pretending everything worked just fine so you could buy from them. It reminds her of the Joker in Batman for some reason. She has to give it to them though. if there weren't people like that in the world, her business wouldn't work. so Thus, she plasters on a smile. Taking a deep breath as she lookS to the computer. She clicks here and there and finally pulls up his file on the computer. "Ah yes, here it is." Crossing her legs on top of the desk as she leaned backward. "Okay. So basically I have two choices for businesses. One is the simple business package. Just an account for your business to deposit money in, take out, and check writing. Nothing fancy. Then we have the corporate package, which is catered to the business owners in the city. We offer everything from book keeping, personal accountant, high security account, and lawyer representation when needed. It really would all depend on what you need, Mr. Heartsdale"

Luke considers the options for a moment. His smile is kept on his face. "Yes, I think the the corporate is a good suit. While we do have our own accountatnts and lawyers, it's good to have the security in place, as well as a good selection of local lawyers - just so we don't look too terribly much like a stone cold conglomerate with no local pulse. It's why we seek the branch, to keep that local feel to our agents who work in the trenches, so to speak." He gives a wink, and that usual self-assurance of his business.

Sasha raises both eyebrows at the wink and tries her best to smile. She isn't much for faking her feelings, but for the reason of working and making the company grow, she would try to. Try. She leans over and pulls out an application from one of the drawers, along with a contract. "very well, by signing here, you're giving permission for our corporation to manage the money and keep records of your spenidng, as well as a privacy clause. States basically that while you can withhold information from our corporation, we reserve the right to end the contract at any time if there's anything less than desirable going on." She pushes the other piece of paper forward. "And this is just your basic information about the business and yourself, to have in place."

[2010/10/17 19:15] Sash Arabello gave you Blackstone Corporate Application.

Luke looks over and signs the information. After signing, he hands it over to her, still keeping his smile. "It has been a pleasure to do business with you. Will look forward to future endeavors, and continued fortune with you Ms. Ivanisevic, and Blackstone in general."

Sasha smiles. "Of course Mr. Heartsdale, we will take 5% of your monthly revenue, as well as a two thousand dollar fee a month for this service, which as you know, is the finest in the city." She shrugs slightly with one shoulder. This to her is a fact, not an exaggeration of any sort. And to get the best, you have to pay. "You can leave the check with a receptionist within the next two to three days and then they wi

Security Guard

Security Guard

Security guards are quite common in the Philippines. If you run a somewhat reputable business... it's quite possible you have security to accompany it. They also escort people to their cars when it's pouring... cool.

Davao, Mindanao, Philippines

securities lawyers desk

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