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cutwater

[′kət‚wȯd·ər]
(civil engineering)
A sharp-edged structure built around a bridge pier to protect it from the flow of water and material carried by the water.
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Cutwater will now operate as part of BNY Mellon's USD 1.
His firm, Cutwater Asset Management, fields a team of 35 specialists who oversee about $25 billion, as of September, including $7 billion in LDI accounts.
New York, Apr 30, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Institutional investors should expect volatility to persist for at least the next 12 months, so they may want to consider taking a long-term and patient approach to investing, says David Wilson, CFA, Managing Director, Liability Driven Investing, Cutwater Asset Management.
He has been published in Overland, Cutwater and Best Australian Poetry 2009, and has been broadcast on ABC Radio National
The 'boys in blue' sent out their first winner at Nad Al Sheba in1992 when Cutwater took the Hooyer Stakes with Balanchine providing a first British Classic success at Epsom in 1994.
Prints are available through the catalog, Web site or flagship retailer, Cutwater Marine Gallery at Schooner Wharf in Mystic.
How it's used: Framing, "compass timbers" or curved beams, breasthooks in the cutwater area, pin rails, and fife rails.
When the incredibly rich, terminally invalid Edwina Cutwater (Tomlin) parks her persona in his body, Roger rebels.
Cutwater Asset Management, one of the world's largest fixed income investment management firms, has been awarded a qualified foreign institutional investor license (QFII) by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
BNY MELLON CLOSES CUTWATER ASSET MANAGEMENT ACQUISITION