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Street Broker

A broker who facilitates trades in the over-the-counter market. That is, a street broker is not a member on an exchange and therefore does not have a right to trade on an exchange.
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Clifford's affair arranged, he was to meet a State Street broker, who has undertaken to procure a heavy percentage, and the best of paper, for a few loose thousands which the Judge happens to have by him, uninvested.
Said enforcement led to the resignation of the Board's former chairman, Alan Goldfarb, and a bitter ongoing lawsuit with CFPs Jeff and Kim Camarda over the Board's alleged heavy-handed sanctions while letting hundreds of Wall Street brokers off with a "stern" letter.
Sterling s business partners range from high street brokers to the UK's leading retail banks and financial institutions.
Additionally, I suspect the dramatic growth in assets managed by fledgling robo-advisors suggests that today's younger Gen X and millennials don't distinguish between Wall Street brokers and independents the way baby boomers did and still do.
In addition to the overall growth trend, the fact that most new production is coming from onshore sources is good news for main street brokers.
The men behaving badly are Wall Street brokers, led by real-life millionaire crook Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio).
How true is the outrageous behaviour of Wall Street brokers in the 1990s that you depict in the film?
THE VERDICT This scathingly dark and funny delve into the amoral behaviour of money-mad Wall Street brokers is a lurid affair, with Leonardo DiCaprio putting his nice-guy persona on the back burner.
A: At the turn of the century it was rumoured two large Wall Street brokers had each shorted 1,000 tonnes of gold at US$400 per ounce and moved into equities.
Thor High Street brokers from New York and London will be at ICSC's RECon in Las Vegas next week, focused on building their business and establishing the company as an entity on its own, out of the shadow of Thor Equities, according to Melissa Gliatta, executive vice president at Thor High Street.
In Q4, 53 percent of Main Street brokers representing deals of $500K or less said they were operating in a buyer's market.