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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.
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Established in 1990, Go Ahead Tours offers over 70 high-quality escorted tours across the globe.
RTC North, one of Europe's leading technology transfer companies, is working with Go Ahead Training to deliver engineering programmes to schools on Teesside.
But she also said she would go ahead and have a court-appointed wali if her father still remained stubborn.
Fortis is expecting BNP Paribas to go ahead with the purchase of the Belgian group's banking arm, Fortis Bank.
Dons boss Jimmy Calderwood said: "We now face a daunting triple-header because police won't allow Go Ahead Eagles to play us on Saturday, which is a real blow to our preparations.
Nothing has changed, we are still extremely confident that we will go ahead.
30am in the morning to see if the second day of the New Year Meeting can go ahead.
A spokesman for the Royal Show said it was able to go ahead because it was adopting special bio-security measures.
water in recent days, officials are optimistic that today's meeting will go ahead.
They see no reason at this point in time why it shouldn't go ahead.
However, the ECB maintain the tour is provisionally on and that the ultimate decision about whether it should go ahead rests with them.
Which is to say that if they go ahead with their lawsuit, they're destined to lose - although they will succeed in wasting much time and taxpayers' money.