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.
The market is so much bigger than it was 10 years ago, when it was mostly government bonds that were available," says Mark Beastie, comanager
of Ivy Investment Management's Ivy Global Bond Fund.
With Iron Maiden comanagers
Rod Smallwood and Andy Taylor stumping up some of the cash, the new venture may sound like a des res for groupies and autograph hunters, but fans will be given short shrift if they mob any famous names with cameras and autograph books.
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.
PARTICK THISTLE comanagers
Gerry Britton and Derek Whyte are looking to strengthen their squad by bringing in two new players.
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.
With the decline in the size of selling groups and increased pressures on comanagers
, balance-sheet size becomes a comparative advantage as does distributional capability, which is related to operating scale.
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.
At Friedman's, one of the stores' comanagers
is a woman.
Working with him as comanagers
of SMID Growth Equity are Mr.
, and participants always join the syndicate during general syndication), titles do not give away everything.
So we're doubling up with comanagers
in many stores so we have people for the next phase.