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  • ...been registered with FINRA within the previous two years as well as about firms who are currently or in the past have been registered with FINRA. ...e, as reported on industry registration/licensing forms brokers, brokerage firms and regulators complete.
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  • ...the director and co-founder of [[brokerage]] firm [[Auerbach Grayson]], a brokerage firm specializing in providing international securities research, execution ...vices at [[Discount Brokerage Corp.]], one of the first discount brokerage firms. He subsequently served in various positions including executive vice pres
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  • ...h a [[trading arcade]], which provides office space, computer support, and brokerage, but does not provide trading capital. It is a group environment for tradin The firm derives its profits from the market rather than from commissions. Firms that engage in proprietary trading believe that they have a competitive adv
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  • Payment for order flow is one of the ways a brokerage firm can make money from executing customers' trades. The firm can also mak ...rm to be bundled with other orders for execution. This helps the brokerage firms keep their costs lower.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.investopedia.com/term
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  • ...bank]] that rose to popular prominence in 1994 by purchasing tainted rival brokerage [[Kidder Peabody]]. Paine Webber was itself subsumed by Swiss banking giant ...Bradford & Co. and a few months later was itself bought by Swiss bank and brokerage UBS for a massive $11.8 billion. In 2003 the Paine Webber name was dropped
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  • ...okerage firms and financial institutions. By April 24, 2002, all brokerage firms were required to have new, comprehensive anti-money laundering programs.
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  • | products = Brokerage services <!-- Quick list of types of things company does or produces --> ...located in California. It offers full-service online and managed commodity brokerage services, as well as [[Single Stock Futures]]. It is an [[Introducing Broke
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  • ...ution of [[trades]] while minimizing market impact. It is designed to help firms in an increasingly fragmented market to search for hidden liquidity, find o ...in [[market makers]], who then "rebate" 1 to 4 cents per share back to the brokerage firm in exchange for the directed order flow. This practice is known as "[[
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  • ...] firms, 39 [[proprietary]] futures firms and 62 [[introducing brokerage]] firms.
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  • Orion Brokers DMCC was the first brokerage house in the United Arab Emirates to connect to [[Eurex]]. <ref> {{cite web [[Category:Brokerage Firms]]
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  • ...ties of which are listed on the Stock Exchange, over brokers and brokerage firms, investment consultants, mutual fund management companies ...licences to investment firms, including investment consultants, brokerage firms and brokers
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  • ...ingapore based United Overseas Bank Limited. They are also the first local brokerage house to connect to [[Eurex]]. <ref> {{cite web|url = http://www.eurexchang [[Category:Brokerage Firms]]
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  • ...ence of more than 1,100 senior-level [[futures]] industry professionals, [[brokerage]] executives, technology and operations officers, exchange officials, [[mon * 40 brokerage firms and an increasing number of buy-side firms attend. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://boca2016.fia.org/|name=FIA Boca 2016|org
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  • | products = Brokerage and Trading, Asset Management and Investment Banking InterCapital Securities is an investment brokerage house located in Croatia. It is the first Croatian company to become a mem
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  • ...n Express after it acquired Shearson Loeb Rhoades, then the second largest brokerage house on [[Wall Street]] in April of 1981. Sanford Weil, who had built up ...hman Hutton Inc.]] after it buys [[E.F. Hutton & Company]], an 83-year old brokerage firm, for $1 billion. The firm again became the second largest on Wall Str
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  • | products = Brokerage services ...major [[futures]] exchanges. XFA users include global financial services firms, major institutional investors, [[CTA]]’s, [[fund managers]], and high ne
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  • ...the [[National Futures Association]] (NFA), which oversees more than 4,000 firms and 5,000 associates.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mgex.com/broker.html|na
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  • ...at interact with U.S. markets and the entry of foreign banks or securities firms into the U.S. markets. <ref> LexisNexis http://w3.nexis.com/sources/scripts
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  • ...[Belzberg Technologies Inc.]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.belzberg.com/e-brokerage.htm|name=Robert C. Sheehan|org=Belzberg|date=January 8, 2010}}</ref> ...lectricmoney/speakerdetails/363/|name=Bob Sheehan Pres. CEO. of Electronic Brokerage Systems LLC, Belzberg Technologies|org=FT Conferences|date=January 11, 2010
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  • ...in the 1980s and a major player in the consolidation of smaller brokerage firms. At one time, LIT America was the largest clearing broker in the futures i ...http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-3941807.html|name=LIT America buys futures brokerage Barnes|org=Chicago Suntimes|date=November 26, 2014}}</ref>
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