institutional broker

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Institutional broker

A broker who buys and sells securities for institutional investors such as banks, and mutual funds, pensions.

Institutional Broker

A broker whose clients are predominantly or exclusively large, institutional investors. Examples of an institutional broker's clients include hedge funds and banks. Given the sheer size of the trades in which institutional investors engage, an institutional broker may specialize in these types of investors because the commissions, while small, add up to a significant amount.. See also: Block trade.

institutional broker

A broker specializing in security trades for institutions such as banks and pension funds. Institutions usually trade in large blocks that require special handling.
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By adding renowned, high-profile retail and institutional brokers like these to their client roster, they believe that while they are increasing their market share, they are also making a solid contribution to the overall quality and, by extension, the strength of the marketplace.
They executed through institutional brokers in return for research and ideas, then either self-custodied the assets or held them in nominee name at a bank, sometimes in street name at the executing broker-dealer.
On 6 January, S&P published a request for comment on proposed changes to its criteria for rating banks and institutional brokers. The proposed criteria aims to provide additional insight into the way it rates banks, including Islamic banks, as well as enhance ratings comparability across sectors and geography.
Proposition 1: The greater the institutional uncertainty in an emerging market, the greater the opportunity for entrepreneurs to act as institutional brokers by creating ventures that reduce risk for other actors.
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