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Financial terms starting with "P"

1. Preferred Return

2. political futures

3. Profit forecast

4. Property, Plant and Equipment (PP&E)

5. peace dividend

6. PISA Index Of Interest In Computers

7. prime brokerage

8. Parish

9. Post-production Supervisor

10. partial delivery

11. pelmet

12. Private limited partnership

13. peak-to-valley drawdown

14. pad foundation

15. protractor

16. plaster cornice

17. Prescription Medicines

18. Present Value Of A Basis Point

19. Plea In Abatement

20. Pbot

21. pitched truss

22. Protected Pension Plan

23. Pyramiding

24. professional partnership

25. p.m.

26. prior lien bond

27. predecessor firm coverage

28. protected waste pipe

29. price competition

30. project completion restriction

31. plastic wood

32. plastic flow

33. priority action

34. plate-type tread

35. paring chisel

36. Payoff month

37. Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP)

38. Pander

39. pert schedule

40. prima facie

41. profit ratio

42. price ex factory

43. Pay As You Earn - PAYE

44. Proxy Committee

45. Performance Audit

46. post-emergency recovery

47. polyeurethane insulation

48. provision for income taxes

49. preliminary announcement

50. private REIT

51. panel bowing

52. pessimistic

53. Public warehouse

54. pre-shimed tape sealant

55. Private In-patient Care Beds

56. public easement

57. prefabricated masonry panel

58. profit sharing plan

59. phantom line

60. Positive convexity

61. Paris Hilton stock index

62. professional liability

63. portfolio reinsurance

64. Processing Errors

65. POL

66. pair or set clause

67. Prime Suspect

68. Private Export Funding Corporation (PEFCO)

69. profit-taker

70. private purchase

71. prior work exclusion

72. purvey

73. Paris Pair

74. Probate tax

75. prohibition of voluntary payments provision

76. production acres

77. Public Sea Transport Enterprise

78. Payment Cap

79. Pollution Prevention

80. permanent partial disability

81. paint thinner

82. Purchase Offer

83. preheat

84. payroll deduction

85. price skimming

86. P/S

87. padstone

88. Portfolio (finance)

89. principal-protected note (PPN)

90. Product List

91. peeling

92. Pollution Of Poverty

93. paydown

94. Patent Fuel

95. Pollution Abatement

96. private funds

97. partner controlled insurance program (PCIP)

98. Price change accounting

99. Packing Service -

100. Pre shipment Finance

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Terms Of Reference

Categories: Business and Management,

A document which describes the objectives, scope and purpose of a project, committee, meeting, etc. See 'agree specification/terms of reference' in the project management section. Separately the acronym BOSCARDET provides a useful example structure for TOR headings/sections: Background, Objectives, Scope, Constraints, Assumptions, Reporting, Dependencies, Estimates, Timescales. Note that this particular structure has no specific heading for costs/budgets, and so care must be taken to include these considerations, logically within ''Constraints' or 'Estimates'. There is no standard universal structure for a Terms of reference document because the situations vary widely in which TOR are used. Responsibility lies with the project manager or leader to ensure all relevant and necessary issues are included in TOR. Local interpretation often produces TOR headings and document structure which may be unique to the particular situation. Where an organization oversees many projects/activities requiring Terms of reference documents it is likely that organizational 'standard' TOR formats are used. Obviously it makes sense to follow such standards where they apply, mindful of the risks of omission, over-complexity, or unnecessary work, which can arise from routinely applying a standard structure.

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