Selling Away

Selling Away

1. The act of a broker seeking to sell a client a security not offered by the brokerage. This is usually part of a private placement. Except in limited circumstances, selling away is illegal.

2. The act of a broker selling a client's security without the client's authorization.
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So why is NestlAaAaAeA@ selling away it's iconic brands li Butterfinger, Crunch, BabyRuth, 100Grand, Raisinets, Chunky, OhHenry
Our source said: "Viagogo are openly selling away fans tickets in home ends for up-coming Champions League games.
My intent is not to diminish the severity of legitimate wrongdoing, such as embezzling a client's assets, forgery, patterns of churning or selling away.
I should say there are 10 active brands and more brands are silently selling away without getting into advertising.
However, he accused General Micheal Chiengjiek Geay, a recently appointed national minister of interior and Major General Makal Kuol, a defector from the SPLA-IO to Gai, of selling away their people.
We are here to make our people aware that their voices counts and by staying away from polling stations you are selling away democracy, she said.
Much of Kip's recent work in the financial services industry includes the defense of customer claims on issues of suitability and selling away, defending trust institutions and trust officers in breach of trust actions and extensive representation of both financial advisors and broker-dealers with respect to non-compete and non-solicit agreements and injunctive relief actions.
WREXHAM will be selling away leg Play-Off tickets to Season Ticket holders only from 10am this Sunday from the Yale Stand Ticket Office at the Racecourse Ground.
He is supposed to give to the people whatever comes from the Government but in reality he is selling away secretly the stock and telling the innocent people that there is no stock.
The colourful Yorkshireman has now questioned Dundee United's ethics in selling away tickets for Rangers' Scottish Cup tie at Tannadice - despite the Ibrox club's public boycott of the match.
The states also reported dozens of investigations triggered by suspected violations in each of the following categories: books and records, unauthorized trading, selling away and churning.