stock record

Stock record

The accounting a brokerage firm keeps of all securities held in inventory.

Stock Record

A computer system allowing brokerages to keep accurate records of the securities in which they hold ownership. This is particularly important given the complexities of many transactions and the fact that brokerages hold legal ownership on behalf of clients most of the time. See also: Street name.

stock record

An account of the securities being held by a brokerage firm.
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'In the proceeding, members of PAC raised questions on the weaknesses in LPG subsidy payment management, weaknesses in enforcement and monitoring as well as failure of LPG wholesalers and retailers to maintain proper stock record.
As a result of the completed merger, Omtool's stock transfer books have closed, there shall be no further registration of transfers of Omtool common stock on the stock record books and Omtool's common stock has ceased trading over-the-counter.
Health advisor called upon health officials to sharpen their vigil of hospital management to adopt the standard operational procedures which include excellent cleanliness and tidiness of all departments and wards of the hospital, ensuring proper stock record of medicines and their provision to the patients through systematic measures.
Matthews was injured when clubbed on the head but he survived See: Macleod Gazette and Live Stock Record, October 16, 1894
There are generally three components to good stock record keeping: the stock ledger, the stock certificate and the authorizations necessary for the issuance
But the rules generally define the term "record holder" as the name displayed on the company's stock record, and not the beneficial owner of the stock.
But the rules generally define the term "record holder" as the name displayed on the company s stock record, and not the beneficial owner of the stock.
Supply support activities (SSAs) should properly transfer the stock record accounts from the losing stock records officers (SROs) to the gaining SROs and maintain the proper supporting documentation.
"It is fair to say that we've seen stock record accuracy move from the low 80 percent to about 95 percent in six months.