private ledger

private ledger

a ledger that is used to keep the accounts relating to the directors and possibly other highly confidential accounts.

Generally access to the private ledger is restricted to certain authorized personnel.

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JPMorgan's new project may resolve many of those discrepancies between public and private ledger distribution.
Nasdaq started testing a private ledger blockchain and in December 2015 released Linq, which allows private companies to trade shares prior to an initial public offering.
Northington started her career in the financial services industry with Private Ledger Financial Services in San Diego and later moved into a leadership role at MCI/Verizon Telecommunications.
KYC covered entities: Banks, investment and securities broker/dealers, and discount houses; insurance institutions; debt factorization and conversion firms, money exchanges, and finance companies; money brokerage firms whose principal business includes factoring, project financing, equipment leasing, debt administration, fund management, private ledger service, investment management, local purchase order financing, export finance, project and financial consultancy, or pension funds management; dealers in jewelry, cars, and luxury goods; chartered accountants, audit firms, and tax consultants; clearing and settlement companies and legal practitioners; hotels, casinos, and supermarkets
HALL, A BRANCH MANAGER FOR LINSCO PRIVATE LEDGER FINANCIAL SERVICES (800-514-1112) in falls Church, Virginia, says that while keeping up with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor's 500 is a good way to stay abreast of developments in the stock market, looking at other indices can give you greater insight into what's happening with different kinds of company shares.
individual content of private ledger sheets, each of which is different from the other) is printed.
Karl Romero, a registered principal with Linsco Private Ledger, said he manages about $150 million in assets for his upscale clients.
Edwards, Morgan Stanley and Linsco Private Ledger, a broker-dealer with offices in California and Boston.
KYC covered entities: Banks, investment and securities dealers/brokers, and discount houses; insurance institutions; debt factorization and conversion firms, bureau de change, and finance companies; money brokerage firms whose principal business includes factoring, project financing, equipment leasing, debt administration, fund management, private ledger service, investment management, local purchase order financing, export finance, project consultancy, financial consultancy, or pension funds management; dealers in jewelry, cars and luxury goods; chartered accountants, audit firms, and tax consultants; clearing and settlement companies and legal practitioners; hotels, casinos, and supermarkets
A snapshot of new customers includes the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Principal Financial Group, SunGard, Linsco Private Ledger and the Seattle Times.
The funds are offered through a variety of brokerage platforms, including Fidelity, Schwab, Pershing, TD Ameritrade, and Linsco Private Ledger, and are geared primarily to financial advisors.
The problem is, reconciling transactions across individual and private ledgers takes a lot of time and is prone to error.