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  • noun Plural form of brokerage.


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  • It would seem as though the historical monopoly on information previously enjoyed by real estate brokerages is starting to disappear, and the profession will involve less horse trading, and there will be a fewer number of more highly qualified and scrupulous agents adding value as advocates to real estate deals, paid not out of the proceeds – which I consider a real conflict of interest – but for their time.

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  • Big-name brokerages usually target trainees in their 20s, but in recent years, they've begun looking for career-changers and are increasingly open even to middle-aged newbies, says Mark Elzweig , who runs a New York-based placement firm.

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  • We know the brokerages were the ultimate customers of the agencies and that the brokerages were paying the agencies millions to get rated.

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  • "Managed accounts" is a term the brokerages use for several types of accounts they assign to investors based on how much money the investors have, what kind of financial advice they need, and, to a certain extent, what kind of back-office technology was available when the account was opened.

    Mergers May Reshape Managed Accounts

  • Reserve Fund expanded more slowly than some others, in part because it didn't market to retail customers such as big brand-name brokerages, Mr. Brown believed.

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  • A Star Tribune investigation this year found that many Twin Cities coin brokerages, including International Rarities, have been staffed heavily with ex-cons and individuals with substance-abuse problems. rss feed

  • Finra last year proposed to the Securities and Exchange Commission a plan that would require Finra members, such as brokerages, to supply Finra in real time with their best quotes on over-the-counter stocks.

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  • At its first meeting since the election of the new government, SEBI also scrapped entry loads on mutual fund investments and more or less halved fees for intermediaries such as brokerages and FIIs.

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  • It has also created new ways for financial firms such as brokerages to access the Fed's money and made it less expensive for healthy banks to acquire distressed banks.

    Funds Get Freer Hand in Buying Bank Stakes

  • New Delhi: Market watchdog SEBI is considering setting up a common defaulter database in order to provide a one-stop reference point for all types of market players such as brokerages, mutual funds, merchant banks, portfolio managers and rating agencies.

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