Non-Client Order

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Non-Client Order

An order to a broker to buy or sell a security made by a member firm on an exchange, rather than a client. Non-client orders are permissible, but brokers must give priority to client orders. A non-client order is also called a professional order.
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The pair will be up against a talented field of 120 players and 24 amateurs including nine previous Mena Tour event winners, spearheaded by 2014 Professional Order of Merit winner Joshua White.
A new cup, donated by Alliance president Darren Arber, was presented to the Professional Order of Merit winner Richard Lambert of Crosland Heath.
To create an environment in which public procurement practitioners are highly regarded members of a respected professional order, an NIGP-led task force produced a definitive body of foundational values and principles of public procurement that underpin the emerging standard practices.
Excellence" was pursued by creating a new class of indentured academic labour to support a newly professional order of academics.
NEW YORK, July 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis Securities LLC, the only NASDAQ Certified Platinum Partner for professional order entry, today announced the launch of SogoInvest http://www.
To act as business partners, management accountants can call upon their professional training, and information made available to them by their professional order or society, to provide the business with the most up-to-date best practices information and strategic skill sets.
And artistically the week-long programme has blossomed, with a pleasing range of appropriate offerings and a standard of execution of the highest professional order.
Lee has also secured the Welsh professional order of merit following his season of consistency.
Paul Broadhurst, winner of the first winter pro-am by three strokes after a four-under par 69,now leads the Tamsel professional order of merit with 180 points,10 clear ofShacklady.
WALES will never again be a major international force unless there are sweeping changes both on and off the field, according to the top clubs determined to form a new professional order.
The entire network will also benefit from a centralized and professional order fulfillment operation, which might be too expensive for any particular franchisee to properly implement.
the Midwives Act, which provides for the constitution of a professional order conferring on its members an exclusive right to engage in the practice of midwifery and for the integration of midwives into the health and social services network,
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