Going ahead


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

Going ahead

A broker-dealer trades in a personal account prior to filling the orders of his or her clients. Prohibited by the NASD rules of fair practice. Also see front running

Going Ahead

The act or practice of a broker making a trade on his/her own account before filling a similar order on behalf of a client. Going ahead is considered a form of insider trading and as such is illegal.
References in periodicals archive ?
And a castle spokesman said later: "I can absolutely confirm that it is definitely going ahead on Saturday.
There is a doubt about the match going ahead but the picture should be a lot more clear on Thursday morning," said a spokesperson for Connacht.
However, the latest in the line of Centenary Luncheons, for players and officials from the 1980s and 1990s will still be going ahead in the Waterloo Suite.
Kitchener, ON -- A family and psychological counselling agency, the Catholic Family Counselling Centre, is going ahead with plans to have former U.
With over 7000 architects visiting Istanbul for the UIA Congress last month, the local Chamber of Architects was furiously collecting signatures in the hope that a petition might stop this monstrous project from going ahead.
Last night a spokesperson for the Dublin Docklands Authority said the project was definitely going ahead despite the situation.
The mayor and his cronies have every intention of going ahead and carrying out this awful plan.