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Co-manager

A second-tier Participant, ranked by size of participation.

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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The senior co-managers for the 2027 Notes are Loop Capital Markets LLC, Mizuho Securities USA LLC and PNC Capital Markets LLC, and the co-managers for the 2027 Notes are Citigroup Global Markets Inc.
11 April 2012 - US real estate investment trust Mack-Cali Realty Corp (NYSE:CLI) said Tuesday that 12 co-managers were hired to help book-runners BofA Merrill Lynch, Citigroup (NYSE:C) and JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM) handle the new notes issue of its operating partnership, Mack-Cali Realty LP, which was announced earlier in the day.
Co-managers may be added to the syndicate to uncover information regarding the market demand for an IPO (Benveniste and Spindt, 1989), provide additional certification of the issuer's quality (Rock, 1986; Beatty and Ritter, 1986; Carter and Manaster, 1990; Carter, Dark, and Singh, 1998) or research coverage following the IPO (Chen and Ritter, 2000; Krigman, Shaw, and Womack, 2001 ; Cliffand Denis, 2004; Loughran and Ritter, 2004), and become market makers once the issue starts trading (Ellis, Michaely, and O'Hara, 2000; Corwin and Schultz, 2005).
As a result, the co-managers were rarely called at home, an indicator of the sophisticated level of functioning of the staff.
TEENAGE singing star LeAnn Rimes has accused her father and her former co-manager of cheating her out of pounds 5million.
KEN EADIE yesterday announced he is quitting the Queen of the South hot-seat - just hours after co-manager George Rowe stood down.
Larger, older Wall Street co-managers did no better than this solitary minority firm in bringing in new investor demand.
Finally, in the bank-bank arena, the lead manager offers potential syndicate members a share of the underwriting, and the potential co-managers and syndicate members offer the lead manager their services in helping to place the offering with investors.
Rite Aid Corporation and its subsidiaries and plaintiffs' counsel in fifteen wage and hour collective and class action lawsuits announced today that they have reached a global settlement in these lawsuits which involve the alleged misclassification of Rite Aid's salaried assistant store managers and co-managers and seek overtime pay for hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week.
Vahan Martirosyan, Minister of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies of Armenia, received, Co-Managers of the World Banks Armenian Project Nargiz Riskulova and Rodrigo Archondo-Calalo.
This Netflix common stock is held in the Sargon Portfolio, a designated portfolio of assets within the various private investment funds comprising Icahn Enterprises' Investment segment, of which David Schechter and Brett Icahn are the co-managers.
BMO Capital Markets, Scotia Capital and Wells Fargo Securities will serve as senior co-managers for the US offering.