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Segregation

The practice of broker-dealers keeping securities for which a client has paid in full separate from securities the client has purchased on margin as well as from securities used as collateral on a margin account. Rule 15c3-3 requires segregation of these securities.

segregation

The safekeeping of a customer's securities in a separate location when the securities have been paid for in full. Segregated securities may not be commingled with the securities of the broker-dealer and they may not be used by the broker-dealer to collateralize loans. See also Rule 15c3-3.
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The women, active in the leadership of the camp since its founding, were marginalized as the old men allied with the apartheid security forces.
Given that Makhulu does such a commendable job in tracing the consequences of apartheid on housing and the economy, some more attention to the effects on family might have been useful.
The spokesperson continued: "While some people may suggest that sports and politics shouldn't mix, we believe there is no place in sport for racism or teams who act as ambassadors for racist or apartheid states.
Coetzee also achieved fame during apartheid and received the Booker Prize, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2003.
In apartheid South Africa, Black people were confined to poorly paid and unpredictable jobs, which was a direct consequence of the 1953 "Bantu Education Act" that laid the ground for "a separate and inferior education system for African pupils" (TRC, Vol.
A community that was largely animated by liberal values found itself yoked in its support for Israel to the apartheid regime.
campaign, which seeks to bring an end to Israel's apartheid policies and
These ads show what Israel's occupation and apartheid really look like," commented Richard Colbath-Hess, co-founder of Ads Against Apartheid and a Jewish-American faculty member at the University of Massachusetts.
Taking it from Fanon's concept of "national culture" and Biko's "authentic culture", Gibson is careful to point out that there is need for a "return to the native land" (6)) or "to the source" (7)) For him, the return, however, requires a "mental liberation from all the inferiority complexes that had been produced from years of living in apartheid South Africa" (p 52).
Indeed, many genuine friends of Israelof which Kerry is undoubtedly onehave warned of the apartheid scenario, doing so often in service of specifically deflecting claims that Israel is already an apartheid state.
There are many reasons why it is utterly ridiculousfor any slightly reasonable person toconsider Israel an apartheid state.
The Most Rev Tutu, the former Archbishop of Cape Town thanked "splendid" and "amazing" antiapartheid campaigners for their efforts in bringing about change in the "moral climate" over the scourge of apartheid.