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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In addition, NSPF has promoted the CPO program through donations to the Foundation for Pool & Spa Industry Education, as well as agreements with the Public Health Foundation and the National Environmental Health Association.
Kearns seeks "an order enjoining defendants from advertising Ford CPO vehicles as having gone through a particular, rigorous inspection process in an unfair, fraudulent, and deceptive manner" and to recoup the price he paid for the CPO label.
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A notable example is the encouragement given to authorities to use the planning power to achieve site assembly for housing market renewal schemes, an area where authorities may have previously been inclined to resort to housing CPO powers.
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In fact, many firms are realizing that privacy is good business, and they are looking to the CPO to help create effective marketing strategies that do not infringe on customers' right to privacy.
One important new acronym, however, should not be ignored in this jumble -- CPO, which stands for chief privacy officer.