Co-manager

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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 remaining comanagers will hold those jobs for no more than two or three years, after which time they will be expected to move into store manager roles, one of the people said.
Dan Vrabac and Mark Beischel, comanagers of the Ivy Investment Management's s Ivy Global Bond Fund, have allocated two-thirds of their portfolio to corporate bonds.
And the Links Park players did not allow speculation that the comanagers role at the club could end, with David Robertson taking sole charge, to put them off course.
And the Dutch were helped by their consensual traditions--close cooperation among members of a small national elite, a strong political culture of consensus building, and the trade unions' role as "comanagers" of the economy and society.
PARTICK THISTLE comanagers Gerry Britton and Derek Whyte are looking to strengthen their squad by bringing in two new players.
With the decline in the size of selling groups and increased pressure on comanagers (Smith 2000), balance-sheet size becomes a comparative advantage, as does distribution capability, which is related to operating scale.
(367) See infra notes 369-79 and accompanying text (treaty tribes' property right in salmon); infra notes 379-88 and accompanying text (moderate living); infra notes 387-97 and accompanying text (tribes as comanagers).
Syndicates typically had a manager (the lead bank) or a group of managers (with normally a lead manager and comanagers), which was often a prestige group, and an agent, often the same bank that acted as the manager.
The 21-year-old largely struggled for game time after joining on a free transfer from Hearts last summer, and spent the first half of the campaign on loan at Stenhousemuir, but was rewarded with a new contract from comanagers Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson.
Paul Mata, one of the group's former comanagers, told the Inquirer: During shows, he would get thrilled seeing how fans appreciated the songs they played, especially 'Your Love,' which was usually played last.
While the timing is usually clear from the titles awarded to the lenders (e.g., managers, comanagers, and participants always join the syndicate during general syndication), titles do not give away everything.