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Member firm

Used for listed equity securities. Brokerage firm that has at least one membership on a major stock exchange even though, by exchange rules, the membership in the name of an employee and not of the firm itself.

Member Firm

A broker-dealer firm in which at least one of the principal officers is allowed to trade on the floor of an exchange. To become a member, one needs to purchase a membership or a seat on the exchange, which can be very expensive. There are usually a set number of memberships to an exchange; for example, on the New York Stock Exchange, there are 1,366 seats, which may cost up to $1 million each, and which may be bought or sold to different firms. Most exchanges do not recognize member firms, only individual members; that is, they consider members to be the brokers or dealers on the floor, rather than the firms they represent.

member firm

A securities firm with officers or partners who are members of an organized securities exchange. National brokerage firms are generally members of a number of organized exchanges. Organized exchanges have established standards of conduct and financial conditions. See also ABC Agreement.
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The IPC Peter Sarmanian Corporate Recognition Award honors and recognizes an IPC member corporation in the printed circuit board industry that has made contributions to the printed circuit board industry, while demonstrating support of IPC through participation in technical and/or management programs.
While the owners and officers of the member corporations of the Mayo Group may have some exposure to liability because of their joint ownership and control of these affiliates, it does not follow that a member corporation could be substituted for any of the others," the judge said.
1502 adopting a unified rule for determining the amount of loss that may be recognized on a transfer of stock of a member corporation.
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The attributable percentage equals the percentage of the LLC's assets (after payments to creditors) distributable to the member corporation under the LLC'S governing law if the LLC dissolved as of the last day of the member corporation's tax year.
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