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Arranger

The senior tier of a syndication. This implies the entity that agreed and negotiated the project financing structure. Also refers to the bank or underwriter entitled to syndicate the loan or bond issue. Also known as the lead underwriter.

Lead Manager

In a syndicate, an underwriting firm immediately subordinate to the managing underwriter. A syndicate is a group of underwriters responsible for placing a new issue of a security with investors. Every syndicate is a temporary arrangement. The lead manager is assigned the second-largest part of the new issue for placement. A lead manager is also called an arranger.
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Al Rajhi Bank, Bank of London and The Middle East, Commercial Bank of Kuwait, Kuwait Finance House, Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector, National Bank of Kuwait and Noor Bank were mandated lead arrangers.
In general syndication, the facility also drew strong interest from Middle Eastern banks such as National Bank of Kuwait S.A.K.P., Singapore branch, and BBK B.S.C who came in as lead arrangers together with Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft, Hong Kong branch.
Section III provides our empirical tests of the VCH's predictions regarding the impact of lead arranger prestige on loan spreads.
A musician, arranger, historian and musicologist, he began his professional music career in local big bands at age 13.
Summary: APICORP is one of the joint mandated arrangers of the loan.
Krane, who is also doing Stroman's next project in London, and who worked with Rob Marshall on the dance music for the film version of Nine, thinks of himself as a composer rather than an arranger. "I hate the word," he says.
The Initial Mandated Lead Arrangers have successfully marketed the facility and were joined by a large number of local, regional, and international banks, the statement said.
The exhibition celebrated the 50th anniversary of NAFAS (National Association of Flower Arrangers Society) and the lifework of one of their most noted members - Iona Trefor Jones.
Represented in this collection are works by 20 or more of Australia's foremost musical arrangers of the time, including Ron Falson, Jack Westmore, Graeme Lyall, George Brodbeck, Alan Deak, Tommy Tycho, and numerous others who wrote their arrangements for a bewildering array of performers on television shows that include the Don Lane Show, the Midday Show, the Graham Kennedy Show, and one of the earliest variety shows on Australian television, In Melbourne Tonight.
Morley won Emmys as an arranger for two Julie Andrews specials (in 1988 and 1990) and a "Christmas in Washington" special (1985).
al khaliji HAS ARRANGER ROLE IN TWO MAJOR REGIONAL DEALS WORTH OVER $6.6bn