co-manager


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co-manager

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who manages something jointly with one or more other people
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Davidson is also acting as co-manager for the shares offering.
The Trade Bank of Iraq is proud to announce its involvement as a Co-Manager in the successful closure of the first Iraqi Government International Bond Issue.
Finally, Corwin and Schultz (2005) also provide evidence that being a co-manager in an IPO increases the likelihood of the underwriter becoming the lead manager in a secondary offering.
During his tenure as co-manager, the farm acquired the 2005 Breeders' Cup Sprint winner, Silver Train, as a stallion, and was one of Keeneland's leading consignors by average sale price at the recent September Yearling Sale.
JPMorgan was co-lead manager of the offering and William Blair & Company was co-manager of the offering.
A large freestanding pediatric institution in the Midwest developed and implemented an innovative co-manager model.
She says her roles of being a mother and co-manager keep her very busy.
Mike Parker, co-manager of the club, said: "It's a great boost to our efforts this Christmas.
As scuffles broke out on the pitch, team co-manager Gove intervened - then realised he had been spat on back at the sidelines.
An assurance of payment policy not only provides peace of mind, but also can strengthen an organization's balance sheet from the viewpoint of lenders, investors and shareholders," said Peter Aitken, a vice president of Chubb & Son and co-manager of trade credit insurance.
Most often, only one co-manager participates, but two to five are sometimes sought.
will act as lead co-manager and Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Wells Fargo Securities and Freeman & Co.