COO definition

COO means a chief operating officer and any other individual who acts as chief operating officer for an issuer or acts in a similar capacity for the issuer;

Examples of COO in a sentence

  • Olivier Grinda2005-2009 BA at University of Miami2009-2011 CMO/Co-Founder – 2013 CEO/Co-Founder 2014-Present CEO/Co-Founder www.home61.comOlivier BrionOlivier Brion1998-2000: Analyst CIC Bank (Venture)2000-2010 : Chairman/CEO/Co-founder Previsite & 2004-2010 CEO Previsite America 2010-2011 : HEC Executive MBA2011-2012 : CEO/Co-founder Lofty 2012-2013 : COO Roomorama2014-2018 : COO/Co-founder Home61.

  • He was previously Global partner of Arthur Andersen and EY and also founder and Managing Director of Axis Risk Consulting Services, which is now a Genpact company.Mr. Raman Uberoi52 Years, ACAMr. Raman Uberoi was COO of CRISIL and headed the Ratings Business of CRISIL.

  • As we see in both cases we have an initial situation where the proton is on the COO- group and ends on the NH2 group.

  • Prior to his retirement from De Beers in 2016, Mr. Koropchuk was COO and responsible for delivering safe, operational excellence from the Snap Lake and Victor diamond mines in Canada’s north.

  • He has also worked in India Army from 1974 to 1997 under various posts such as COO Army Telecom Unit, Director Telecom Projects, Senior Management Cadre Army Telecom Services etc.

More Definitions of COO

COO means the Chief Operating Officer of the Company.
COO has the meaning set forth in Section 2.8(a) of this Agreement.
COO means the chief operating officer of the Company, appointed from time to time in accordance with these Articles;