Synonyms for syndicate
ˈsɪn dɪ kɪt; -ˌkeɪtsyn·di·cate
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syndicate, crime syndicate, mob, familynoun
a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities
kinsfolk, mob, crime syndicate, kinfolk, folk, family line, pack, gang, pool, family unit, kinsperson, class, home, category, rabble, family, rout, house, consortium, ring, household, fellowship, sept, kin, phratry, menage
consortium, pool, syndicatenoun
an association of companies for some definite purpose
a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication
join together into a syndicate
"The banks syndicated"
organize into or form a syndicate
sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations
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I see the destruction of families due to drugs, of which I was once a part as a member of the syndicate. It is time to end the reign of this syndicate.
There have been times when the concessions that various credits in different sectors paid have been uniform, but this is not one of those environments, it's more critical than at any other time for syndicate managers to really understand the difference between individual credits and sectors and how they are likely to be accepted by the bond market versus others.
There is now a criminal syndicate that is exploiting these poor people and this is an organized smuggling operation, targeting that is the way that the greatest effect can be had in the humanitarian dimension.
Often when doing an add-on or tapping an accordion, Fed and OCC regulated banks - even if they are in the syndicate now - are saying no if lead arranging a new deal will be criticized.
As leverage levels have been forced down by the guidance, the size of second-lien tranches appears to have gotten smaller in some cases, making them less liquid and therefore less attractive to syndicate.
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