COCOS


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
COCOSCoptic Orthodox Community Outreach Service (Campsie, New South Wales, Australia)
COCOSCorona Oxide Characterization Of Semiconductors
References in periodicals archive ?
In the meantime, the government have provided additional police security at Cocos.
In a statement ESMA said, 'As investing in CoCos requires a sophisticated level of financial literacy and a high risk appetite, these may not be appropriate for retail investors and ESMA recommends that investors take into account the relevant risks before investing.
If CoCos are not bought back by banks after five years they will convert into common equity and count as Core Tier 1 capital.
The Cocos hotel has put extra daytime guards on to watch over beach vendors in the area.
They think the Cocos plate is pushing a sliver of crust, bounded on one side by these faults, toward the northwest, causing the faults to slip and making quakes.
Deploying a robust and cost-effective wireless communications network on Cocos (Keeling) Islands will enable communications between the remote islands and the rest of the world without any reliance on the current limited or nonexistent fixed wireline infrastructure.
Global Banking News-May 16, 2014--Barclays to issue CoCos
125% threshold in the next 5 years, this would trigger the conversion of CoCos into common equity.
The Mullanys were shot at close range at their holiday cottage on the island's Cocos resort on the last day of their two-week honeymoon in July 2008.
Bydd cyfle hefyd i fwrw golwg dros hanes bywyd a cherddi'r Bardd Cocos, John Evans o Borthaethwy.
CUSTODY Suspect James was quizzed for the fourth day; TRAGIC COUPLE Murdered physio Ben and doctor Catherine; CLUES Scotland Yard forensic expert at Cocos murder scene with Antiguan colleagues
Cloud, who is in his 30s and was being held by cops, took Roisin on private tours around Cocos Beach resort, where Catherine and Ben Mullany were shot on July 27.