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coif

(formerly in England) the white cap worn by a SERJEANT AT LAW. It may have inspired the naming of the ORDER OF THE COIF.

COIF. A head-dress. In England there are certain serjeants at law, who are called serjeants of the coif, from the lawn coif they wear on their heads under their thin caps when they are admitted to that order.

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The COIF was set up with money from the European Regional Development Fund and aims to attract a further pounds 28m from co-investors.
CoIF specialises in high growth technology investments between pounds 100k and pounds 1.5m, leading deals alongside networks of co-investors, including business angels, corporates and other VCs.
from the West Virginia University College of Law, where he was inducted into the Order of the Coif and served as editor-in-chief of the West Virginia Law Review.
Together, they bring the number of funds in the NStar family to four and build on the success of the highly regarded Proof of Concept Fund (POC) and Co-Investment Fund (COIF).
Ian Richards will join four other professional managers on the North-East Co-Investment Fund (Coif).
from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was elected Order of the Coif. I am very excited to join Weils distinguished Business Finance & Restructuring practice.
The pounds 23m Co-Investment Fund (COIF) helps fast-growing technology companies secure investments of between pounds 100,000 and pounds 1m.
Formed in January 2006, the Co-Investment Fund (COIF) team at NorthStar Equity Investors manages pounds 23m from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
COIF funding is also allowing Comesys to produce non-contact car accelerator pedals' Pure Insight to help the region sharpen its product development credentials, and Wireless Dynamics to design ground-breaking communications software.
Tarmin has just completed its initial round of financing, led by CREATE Partners, a Cambridge- based venture capital firm, and including an investment from Newcastle-based NorthStar Equity Investors' Co-Investment Fund (COIF), a pounds 23m fund that invests in high growth technology companies.
Project sites will include near shore and off shore grading practices, installing rip rap sills, coif fiber log sills, sand infill, near shore shallow dredging, upland slope grading and stabilization, stormwater outfall energy dissipaters, wetland planting, oyster reefs/castles/balls (done by others), erosion control practices and minor pavement & sidewalk repair.