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Allied member

A partner or stockholder of a firm that is a member of the NYSE, the partner or stockholder is not personally a member of the NYSE.

Allied Member

A shareholder or partner of a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange. Allied members may make trades on the exchange floor, but only after completing an exam on the NYSE's rules. One must own at least 5% equity in a member firm in order to be eligible to be an allied member.

allied member

An officer, a partner, or a stockholder of a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange who is not individually a member. Allied members, bound by special rules, may not trade on the exchange floor.
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It is comprised of more than 400 franchised new-car dealers and an additional 150 allied members.
This annual event brings together hundreds of architects, design professionals, allied members and friends involved in the construction industry.
But the most impressive part of the tour was the camaraderie and esprit de corps displayed between the allied members.
And as the latest NATO document on this matter has stated, "If any of our allied members is threatened, we will not hesitate to take any steps necessary in the name of our shared defense.
The CTO is the Caribbean s tourism development agency comprising membership of over 30 countries and territories as well as a myriad of private sector allied members.
Open AXIS Open AXIS Group said that the following organizations have joined ATPCO as Allied Members -- AOI Marketing, ARC, Datalex, eNett International, Farelogix, LUTE Technologies AG, Mobiata, PASS Consulting Group and Radixx International.
A Clarence House spokesman said: "The Prince of Wales has wanted to go to Afghanistan for several years and was very keen to see for himself the Armed Forces and allied members.
The group also has allied members who represent various vendors and production companies.
Japanese Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura indicated Japan's willingness Friday to accept moving forward stalled six-party talks before North Korea produces a long-overdue account of its nuclear activities, but stressed that Japan and its allied members must ''act in one voice'' toward Pyongyang.
TOKYO - Japanese Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura indicated Japan's willingness Friday to accept moving forward stalled six-party talks before North Korea produces a long-overdue account of its nuclear activities, but stressed that Japan and its allied members must ''act in one voice'' toward Pyongyang.
Allied Member Panel, which spotlighted Allied Members and their products and services.
USA Rice is the mechanism through which a full-scope program of work is carried out on behalf of the rice industry, funded by producers, millers and allied members.

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