advisory account

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Advisory Account

A brokerage account in which a broker can only make limited investment decisions without consulting the investor. Such decisions must be made in accordance with the customer's stated investment goals. This contrasts with a discretionary account, which gives the broker more independence.

advisory account

A brokerage account in which the broker may make limited investment decisions without consulting the customer. Securities traded in the account are confined to those that meet the customer's investment goals. Compare discretionary account.
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The AEM Advisory Fund was the first step APB Mason Sterling has taken forward to satisfy the increasing client demand to gain access to niche and developing markets and secondary market opportunities.
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