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Manager

A medium-level participant established according to final take.

Investment Manager

A person or, more often, a bank or business who controls an investment portfolio on behalf of a client. Investment managers make investment decisions on behalf of the client in accordance to the parameters set by the client. The goal is to make the most profit for the client as possible. Some investment managers have more autonomy than others, depending upon the client's needs and desires. Institutional investment managers normally hire a team to work on the different accounts it has under management. Unlike brokers, investment managers are not paid on commission, but rather by a percentage of the total amount of money under management. This gives the investment manager an incentive to work for the client's profit, as the more money the manager accumulates, the more he/she/it makes. An investment manager is also known as a money manager or portfolio manager. See also: Advisory account, Discretionary account, Markowitz Portfolio Theory.
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Bar Board of Governors and FCTC member Laird Lile asked: Once judges and case managers get their access, how long it would be until lawyers would be able to use the system?
The core category that emerged in the final phase of coding was case manager as the agent of change.
Beyond answering simple questions, case managers need to have inmates put their requests in writing.
The final research question asked whether consumers' level of perceived stigma interacts with case manager in consumer perceptions of working alliance.
The need for better communication between the mental health authority, the community, and the local hospital was evident, and in 2005, a continuum of care model was created to allow GCC case managers to work in the field at "critical points" identified throughout the community.
Case managers carry a caseload of 20 clients, often for a period of two to three years.
Two community-based agencies, Any Baby Can and Life Works, furnish four Tandem case managers, all with backgrounds in social work and child development.
When Able arrived at the therapist's office for his first appointment, the case manager once again had not sent the paperwork.
The state Department of Mental Health, which chronically has too few case managers to serve its clients, will lay off 100 case managers.
Chinman, Rosenheck, and Lam (2000) conducted one of the few prospective studies that has shown a positive association between the client-rated alliance with the case manager and general life satisfaction.
If you have ever worked as a case manager, you possess valuable skills for reviewing medical-related cases as a CLNC[R] consultant.

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