Comanager


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Comanager

A bank that ranks just below a lead manager in a syndicated Eurocredit or international bond issue. Comanagers may assist the lead manager bank in the pricing and issue of the instrument.

Co-Manager

In a syndicate placing a eurobond, the underwriter ranking just below the lead manager, which in turn ranks below the arranger, which is the senior-most underwriter.
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For Sunil Asnani, comanager of the Matthews India Fund (MINDX), the sectoral approach that so many investors have favored toward a country like India is definitely a no-no.
Varna-registered Subway Bulgaria, which holds franchise rights for the US fast-food chain in the country, has set up a Subway Romania unit, which will oversee the launch of restaurants across the Danube, the company's comanager Ivan Todorov said.
When customers became aware that we were going to move, they were excited about the idea of a bigger store with a greater selection, but on a daily basis people were also telling me, 'I'm going to miss this store,'" says Michael Glorioso, comanager and Teddy's son.
Finally, this paper is also informed by my own professional experiences working in the criminal justice system as a front line support worker for victims of woman abuse, and in the nonprofit sector as a comanager of several immigrant and women's organizations in Toronto between the years of 2000-2004.
Gerard Houllier was brought in as comanager and Evans quit in November when the partnership ran into problems, leaving the Frenchman in sole control.
In regards to the rematches clause, I am baffled as to why (Klitschko comanager Bernd) Bonte seems to have forgotten our last conversation about this.
Ms Stein, 62, a former comanager of the Ramones, was found face down in a pool of blood inside her pounds 1.
Martinez's comanager Pat Magee said: "Kiko will fight again in Ireland and if Brian Peters wants to make the fight with Bernard then I'm sure we can do the rematch.
We were very siloed," recalls Jeff Tumarkin, comanager of enterprise customer services solutions at the EPA.
Robert Gilmour and Alexis Halley (1994, 335), based on their analysis of congressional involvement in ten policy areas, found that Congress, relying on its staff resources, impacted policy implementation and program execution in such a way that it became a comanager rather than an overseer in policy implementation and program execution.
Mr Dobe admitted in court today that in the weeks before the tragedy either he or comanager Christian Atkinson had switched off the alarm system.
Figure 8 COMANAGERS (as listed on PPM - there may be multiple comanager per issue) Ranked by $ Amount of issue AMOUNT IN $ MILLIONS PRE-3/98 PRE-3/98 PRE-3/98 PRE-3/98 TOTAL GOLDMAN SACHS 729.