Mining Syndicate: An association of companies or group of investors formed to develop or operate a mine or to explore for minerals. The term "mining syndicate" is largely historic. Mining syndicates were common in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and were most often formed to provide the capital for a single property, which they typically were named for. Mining syndicates were organised as partnerships or as trusts with the investors recieving share interests in proportion to the amount of their investment. Investors normally had no direct involvement in the operations of the syndicate, which was the role of the syndicate manager(s). Modern day equivalent terms for mining syndicate are joint ventures and consortiums or limited partnerships.
there was a syndicate group at the park.
The Syndicate was created in 1907.
Canadian Pacific Railway Syndicate
Seney Syndicate was created in 1879.
Seney Syndicate ended in 1880.
McNaught Syndicate was created in 1922.
McNaught Syndicate ended in 1988.
Syndicate - song - was created in 2008.
Trance Syndicate was created in 1990.
Sonic Syndicate was created in 2000.
Kidnap Syndicate was created in 1975.