Bake-Off


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Bake-Off

A situation in which two or more investment banks compete to attract a client's business. For example, two banks may offer presentations to entice a client to use one (and not the other) as the broker in a merger or acquisition.
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From a three-man operation to a premium manufacturer of combi steamers and bake-off ovens.
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Icefresh Foods, in partnership with Vaasan & Vaasan, has launched a range of frozen bake-off patisserie products to the retail market, including Danish pastries.