Commodity Pool Operator

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Commodity Pool Operator

An individual or a limited partnership that operates a commodity pool. That is, a commodity pool is a fund in which investors contribute capital for participation in the futures and option markets. The commodity pool operator is either the management of the commodity pool or, more commonly, is hired by management to make investment decisions on behalf of the pool. Generally speaking, a person or company hired to serve as a commodity pool operator is a licensed commodity trading adviser.
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The factory started operation in 2008, processing CPO into biodiesel with a production capacity of 200,000 tons per year.
Consequently, we expect that CEO turnover and organizational structure changes toward increased centralization will lead to greater centralization of the supply function and the creation of an executive level CPO position.
Wright alleges that the dealership sold him a CPO vehicle and told him it was a "local car," but he later learned it had been in an accident in New York.
In this article, we examine the interaction of CPO with a high-modulus TPO consisting of a blend of a high melting isotactic polypropylene with a highly crystalline metallocene EBR as the impact modifier.
Paul Robinson, 27, of Brecongill Close - 100 hours CPO, three-year ban and; Kristian Paul Kirton, 30, of Laburnum Street - 100 hours CPO and three-year ban.
First, a CPO gathers facts regarding the company's data practices.
CPO clout comes from the position's connection to top executives.
Attempts to measure the penetration depth of the adhesion promoter into the TPO substrate were made by performing dye penetration studies with fluorescent-tagged CPO observed by fluorescence microscopy [3].
Fitch expects CPO will maintain a sufficient cushion with respect to its financial covenants.