well-managed

well-managed

adj (well managed when postpositive)
administered or controlled in a competent or successful manner
Translations

well-managed

[ˌwelˈmænɪdʒd] ADJbien administrado
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It is a well-managed, lush place, complete with clean lakes and a bustling downtown.
One of S.650's important reforms, from the Board's perspective, comes in the applications area, where S.650 would eliminate federal regulatory review for routine bank acquisitions and branch openings by well-capitalized and well-managed banking organizations that are helping to meet the credit needs of their communities.
There is no guarantee a stable and well-managed insurer will remain so.
* Stable Returns: GIC funds are not subject to the volatility associated with most other investment products, so a well-managed portfolio of GIC investments generates returns that gradually rise as interest rates go up and gradually decline as interest rates fall.
We need to help people understand that well-managed forests both public and private, fostered and maintained by land managers who are actively and intelligently involved in constructive, regenerative management, are a vital part of the environmental quality that this nation - and the world - will require in the coming decades.
A survey of 416 Year 11 students throughout the UK found more than two thirds (70 per cent) of those who have completed a work placement believe it was not well-managed by their school and did not help them understand their schoolwork.
``The Financial Ombudsman Service is a well-managed body doing a good job under difficult circumstances, '' it said.
"This offering provides an investor the opportunity to control a large number of units and quantity of land in well-managed, turnkey properties," comments Gorodensky.
Kevin said: "Universal is a sound, well-managed organisation and I'm looking forward to playing a part in its ongoing development and growth."
Try buying some wood - certified "green" wood that is - guaranteed to come from an environmentally "well-managed" forest.
This change was consistent with an overall effort by the agencies to refocus supervisory attention to areas in which risks are high and to reduce regulatory burden to areas in which risks are less, such as with strong, well-managed banks.
"You can easily eliminate more than half of the companies in the portfolio," Grundfest said, citing Morgan Stanley and Merck as well-managed companies.