Definitions

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  • abbr. collateralized mortgage obligation
  • civil-military operation, a military activity

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I talked about a lot of humanitarian aid a minute ago, and I want to give you just a few tidbits on what we call CMO, civil military operations.

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2003

  • The CMO Council-Accenture survey demonstrates that today's CMO is unafraid to do an end-run around IT if necessary.

    CMOs and CIOs: Can This Relationship Be Saved?

  • Even with the OTTI, the private label CMO portfolio, with approximately $40,382,000 of securities, has performed well and adds value to the bank.

    TradingMarkets

  • Even with the OTTI, the private label CMO portfolio, with approximately

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • In fact, a CMO should be the representative of the customer within the C-suite.

    Who Needs A CMO Anyway?

  • Broadly speaking, a CMO should be the interface between the company and the customer--responsible not only for marketing communications but also sorry to be stepping on toes for product development and sales.

    Who Needs A CMO Anyway?

  • Anointing a CMO was a cheap and easy way to create a perception of being marketplace-oriented and customer-centric.

    Who Needs A CMO Anyway?

  • A CMO is a group of mortgages with varying profiles, bundled together and then sliced into smaller pieces according to risk.

    Thoughts on Volatility

  • Change Agent-The CMO is the cheerleader of innovation and creativity, inspiring others to see and approach challenges differently and more effectively, whether they are directly marketing-related or not.

    Forbes.com: News

  • We all know that the CMO is the most volatile position in the C-suite.

    Forbes.com: News

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