What does the ‘PLD’ panel mean?

PLD is a term for a group of five people that are considered the leaders of a company.

PLD panels are usually the leaders in a company, but they can also be the key people in a deal.

The leader in a PLD board is usually the chairman, but it can also include the CEO and other senior executives.

A panel member also has a say in how the company operates.

For the past 20 years, a number of major banks have used the PLD model to run their businesses, and it has helped them grow and grow faster than most others.

It also gives banks more flexibility to operate more quickly than other banks.

But a new group of banks is trying to use the model to grow faster and be more flexible.

In the first quarter of 2019, the five most important banks in the world reported a 10% annualized return on equity (ROE) that was well above the average for the last five years.

A group of six banks has announced plans to use an all-cash model called a cash-settled fund.

These banks are also going to be using a cashless model called an un-settlled fund.

The banks will be using cash to meet liquidity requirements and to manage cash flows, but their plan will also include using virtual currencies to hedge their exposure to the risks associated with cryptocurrencies.

In its new report on global banking, the bank Credit Suisse said that it expects to see its total net assets grow by a further 10% in 2019.

The bank expects that this growth will come as the banks focus on the use of blockchain technology to move assets and financial data between banks.

The banks are expected to use a cash basis of operations (BAO) model, but the bank also expects to add another 1.5% in total net asset growth in 2019, and will be adding more than 1.8% in 2020.