Going ahead


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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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Staff at the castle were sent an internal memo confirming that the concert is definitely going ahead.
And this prevented his case going ahead under the Employment Rights Act, said Mr Jones.
"There is a doubt about the match going ahead but the picture should be a lot more clear on Thursday morning," said a spokesperson for Connacht.
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The track has been using frost covers and Haydock officials are hopeful of the meeting going ahead despite temperature dropping to just below freezing last night Clerk of the course Kirkland Tellwright said yesterday: "It's purely precautionary but in the context of a week of frost, it would be prudent to just have a look "We would be fit to race today and there is no concern with regards to the forecast.