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Street Broker

A broker who facilitates trades in the over-the-counter market. That is, a street broker is not a member on an exchange and therefore does not have a right to trade on an exchange.
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Clifford's affair arranged, he was to meet a State Street broker, who has undertaken to procure a heavy percentage, and the best of paper, for a few loose thousands which the Judge happens to have by him, uninvested.
Successful advisory firms focus on specific kinds of advice for specific kinds of clients: Doctors, or business execs, or Wall Street brokers, or tech entrepreneurs or small business owners, etc.
While four or five carriers specialize in the unique insurance needs of the wealthy, about 75% of these customers are served by independent, Main Street brokers.
* Lease of 110 East 59th Street Brokers: Cushman & Wakefield--Mitchell L.
Within 24 hours of the attack big Wall Street brokers stated one after another that their back-up systems were in order and that their clients assets all still existed and were identifiable.
The Web has always been a great source of mortgage information, but now top companies are offering a better range of mortgages online than high street brokers - www.charcolonline.co.uk now deal with more mortgages than the top five big lenders.
As we all know, a very high percentage of Wall Street brokers are Hispanic, Asian American, and African American (almost into double digits, from what I understand).
WE LOVE DRAMA BLUE BLOODS RTE TWO, 11.10pm WHEN two drug deals involving Wall Street brokers turn into murders, Danny and Baez look to a wounded accomplice to identify the dealer behind the shootings.
According to Ackerman and Turino, members of the middle class would be more likely to find something affordable in Shelter Island or North Fork, while houses with views of the Atlantic Ocean usually go to Wall Street brokers and CEOs of major companies.
Her formidable client list included Wall Street brokers, who paid $500-an-hour.
Fast emerging as one of the most desirable residential areas of Manhattan, TriBeCa is attracting Wall Street brokers, investment bankers and attorneys because of its proximity to the city's financial hub, and young families because of the neighborhood's safety and its good public schools.
Investors in the Upper West Side brownstone market include families looking for expanded living space and rental income to offset mortgage costs; Wall Street brokers and professionals looking for combination living quarters and office space; out-of-state buyers looking for both an investment opportunity as well as possible apartments for relatives and friends studying and working in the city; foreigners buying foreclosure properties; and a host of other young i investor/professionals looking to take advantage of the true neighborhood flavor of the Upper West Side.