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Exclusive

In the context of general equities, having sole possession of the customer order/indication; not in competition with other dealers.

Exclusive

Describes a broker-dealer who has a client's order or indication of interest without competing with other broker-dealers. That is, an exclusive broker-dealer is not competing for a better commission or anything else with other broker-dealers.
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While evidence for both inclusiveness and exclusiveness can be found in the Christian Scriptures, an exclusivist faith is not open to other views.
SHAIKH AZZAM ALSO INDICATED THE EXCLUSIVENESS OF BILATERAL RELATIONS WHICH IS CONSIDERED AN EXTENSION TO ANCESTORS.
The main goal of this strategy is to increase the exclusiveness of the DFB Cup following the example of the UEFA Champions League.
With the financial backing and offering expertise of BNP Paribas Wealth Management, its clientele of wealthy individuals, financial intermediaries and institutional clients will benefit from an expanded spectrum of products & services opportunities, while keeping the personal approach and exclusiveness of a long-standing Dutch bank.
In August and September last year, the Christian community was targeted in riots across the state of Orissa, triggered by the murder of a local hardline Hindu priest who preached radical Hindu exclusiveness among his followers.
You can imagine the exclusiveness of the event and its importance on the global classical music calendar as this was the first time that such a collection has been brought to the GCC region," pointed out Dr.
59:1 Air-to-air refuelling IAF enjoys exclusiveness Airborne Warning and Control System IAF will enjoy exclusiveness BVR air-to-air missiles IAF enjoys exclusiveness UAVs IAF enjoys superiority High-tech combat aircraft 4.
The issue, I think, is you have to look at the exclusiveness of what you're offering.
That sort of helicopter exclusiveness - it's all a bit horrible and Ivana Trump-y tacky" - Actress Jennifer Saunders.
Of the last two decades, I can remember the Ferrari F40 and 288 GTO as examples that stood out from the crowd, and this was definitely not because of their exclusiveness, badge or extremely high tag price, well not entirely at least.
This is an exclusive message; its exclusiveness lies in that all exclusion is rejected.
Of Sir Thomas More's big speech (almost certainly Shakespeare's, brought in to pad the Dekker chapter) Stanley Wells remarks that More 'subdues the rioters with powerful and humane pleas for tolerance in the face of racial bigotry and jingoistic exclusiveness which were topical in their own time and continue to be so today'.