The Managers Sample Clauses

The Managers. The Managers are UOB Asset Management Ltd (“UOBAM”). UOBAM is a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Overseas Bank Limited (“UOB”). Established in 1986, UOBAM has been managing collective investment schemes and discretionary funds in Singapore for over 35 years. UOBAM is licensed and regulated by the Authority. UOBAM has an extensive presence in Asia with regional business and investment offices in Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan and Vietnam. UOBAM has a joint venture with Ping An Fund Management Company Limited and strategic alliances with Wellington Management and UTI International (Singapore) Private Limited. Through its network of offices, UOBAM offers global investment management expertise to institutions, corporations and individuals, through customised portfolio management services and unit trusts. As at 30 April 2022, UOBAM manages 59 unit trusts in Singapore. UOBAM is one of the largest unit trust managers in Singapore in terms of assets under management. UOBAM’s investments team conducts independent and rigorous fundamental research within a proven investment process and framework. In equities, UOBAM’s team has acquired specialist skills in investment in global markets and major global sectors. It combines a disciplined research effort that aims to identify and invest in high performing businesses at the right price, with a systematic model portfolio construction process, to diversify sources of alpha to achieve more consistent performance over time. In fixed income, UOBAM’s coverage spans a wide spectrum comprising G10 government bonds, developed market corporate bonds, Asia sovereigns and corporates, emerging market bonds and Singapore fixed income. In addition to independent research to uncover relative value opportunities, UOBAM adopts diversified investment strategies including responsible investment practices combined with active risk management to generate sustainable total return for its portfolios. Since 1996, UOBAM has won a total of 213 awards in Singapore. These awards recognise UOBAM’s investment performance across different markets and sectors. As at 30 April 2022, UOBAM and its subsidiaries in the region have a staff strength of over 450 including about 43 investment professionals in Singapore. We may delegate certain or all of our duties. Currently, we have delegated certain administration and valuation functions and certain transfer agency functions in respect of the Fund to the administrator, whose details are ...
The Managers. The business and affairs of the Company shall be managed by the Managers on behalf of the Company, who collectively shall comprise the Board of Managers. All management decisions shall be made by the Managers. Managers may also be officers of the Company. The number of Managers constituting the entire Board of Managers initially shall be set at three (3). The number of Managers may be changed from time to time by resolution of the Board of Managers. The Managers shall possess all rights and powers generally conferred by law and all rights and powers that are necessary, advisable or consistent in connection therewith and with the provisions of this Amended and Restated Agreement. A majority vote of the Board of Managers shall bind all of the Managers. The Managers shall also be vested with all specific rights and powers required for or appropriate to the management, conduct or operation of the business of the Company.
The Managers. 11.1 Covenant Not to Withdraw, Transfer, or Dissolve. Except as otherwise permitted by this Agreement, the Managers will not to (a) exercise any power under the Act to dissolve the Company or (b) transfer all or any portion of their interests in the Company as Managers.
The Managers. (a) Except as provided herein, the full, exclusive and complete discretion in the management and control of the business and affairs of the Company shall be vested in one or more managers (the “Managers”) as that term is used in the DLLCA. The Managers may, but need not, be Persons other than the Member.
The Managers. The Company shall not as a result of any action taken by the Global Coordinator under this Section 12 be obliged to sell to the Managers any shares of Common Stock in excess of the number of Offered Shares to be sold as set forth in Section 1 of this Agreement.
The Managers. (i) without prejudice to sub-clause 11.1, shall be under no liability whatsoever to the Owners for any loss, damage, delay or expense of whatsoever nature, whether direct or indirect, (including but not limited to loss of profit arising out of or in connection with detention of or delay to the Vessel or delay in the construction or delivery of the Vessel) and howsoever arising in the course of performance of the Management Services UNLESS same is proven to have resulted solely from the gross negligence or willful default of the Managers or their employees, or agents or sub-contractors employed by them in connection with the Vessel, in which case (save where loss, damage, delay or expense has resulted from the Managers' personal act or omission committed with the intent to cause same or recklessly and with knowledge that such loss, damage, delay or expense would probably result) the Managers' liability for each incident or series of incidents giving rise to a claim or claims shall never exceed a total of ten times the annual management fee payable hereunder;
The Managers. The overall management and control of the Company will be performed by its Board. During the Development Phase, the Board shall consist of one (1) Manager chosen by each Member (the "Managers"). Members may also appoint alternate Managers who shall be entitled to attend meetings and vote in place of absent Managers appointed by the same Member. Each Manager and alternate Manager shall serve during the Development Phase for an indefinite term at the pleasure of the Member represented. The chairman of the Board shall initially be chosen from among the Managers by lot, and, at the first regular meeting of the Board in each calendar year, the Manager representing the other Member shall become the chairman. 6.3
The Managers. 7 Section 7.1
The Managers. We, iFAST Financial Pte. Ltd. (“iFAST Financial”), are the managers of the Trust. We are licensed and regulated by MAS to carry out fund management activities and have beenmanaging portfolios of capital market products on a discretionary basis in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia since November 2016. Besides carrying out fund management activities, iFAST Financial is also a wealth management platform providing investment administrative services and a wide range of investment products to our business-to-business (“B2B”) and business-to-consumer (“B2C”) clients. As of 31 May 2022, the iFAST Group manages total assets under administration of approximately S$18 billion, whilst the total assets under management of our fund management business is approximately S$1.4 billion. We offer individual and institutional investors investment products across most major asset classes. If we go into liquidation (except a voluntary liquidation for reconstruction or amalgamation upon previously approved terms) or if a receiver is appointed over any of our assets or a judicial manager is appointed in respect of us, the Trustee may by notice in writing remove us as Managers and appoint some other corporation as managers of the Fund and/or terminate the Fund in accordance with the Deed. Please refer to the Deed for details on our role and responsibilities. Our directors are: Lim Chung Chun Mr Lim is the Chief Executive Officer of iFAST Financial. He is also the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of iFAST Corporation Ltd (“iFAST Corp”), a wealth management financial technology (“Fintech”) platform that combines Fintech solutions with the capabilities of a licenced financial institution to provide multi-product offerings. iFAST Corp is the parent shareholder of iFAST Financial. Mr Lim co-founded iFAST Corp with the launch of its B2C division in Singapore in 2000, following which the B2B division, iFAST Financial, was launched in 2001. He subsequently led the company’s regional expansion efforts, extending iFAST Corp’s presence beyond Singapore to Hong Kong, Malaysia, China and India, building a well- established Fintech ecosystem across the five markets. Mr Lim also led iFAST Corp to its successful listing on the SGX-ST Mainboard in December 2014. Before setting up iFAST Corp, Mr Lim was the Head of Research at ING Barings Securities Pte. Ltd. Mr Lim graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) from the National University of Singapore in 1991, and obt...