Institutional

  • (adj): Organized as or forming an institution.
    Example: "Institutional religion"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on institutional:

SIDALC - Benefits
... information system, essential for accrediting the quality of institutional services, such as university majors – Recognition, nationally and internationally, of the networks and ...
Lawrence Square Shopping Centre - Mall - Institutional
... Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto West offices are located at 700 Lawrence. ...
Strategic Enrollment Management
... for students' success while increasing enrollment numbers and stabilizing institutional revenues ... task that begins with an understanding of the world around us, anticipates changes, probes institutional mission and goals, modifying them if necessary, and coordinates “campus-wide efforts in such areas as marketing ...
Milestone Managers & Providers - History
... and initiating discussions with potential institutional capital, relative to the alternative, uncorrelated and fixed-income nature of the asset class known as ... states at that time, while continuing their efforts of guiding institutional capital into the marketplace ... Many institutional investors and pension funds have been attracted to life settlements ...
Citibank IPB Singapore - Divisions
... The other divisions of Citi in Singapore are the Citi Institutional Clients Group, Global Consumer Banking, Citi Global Wealth Management and Citi Private Bank ... Citi’s Institutional Clients Group gives financial services to corporate, governmental and institutional clients ...

More definitions of "institutional":

  • (adj): Relating to or constituting or involving an institution.
    Example: "Institutional policy"