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broker

Drug slang
A regional term for a go-between in a drug deal.
 
Health insurance
A person licensed by the state who places business with several insurers; the broker, while paid a commission by the insurer, represents the buyer rather than the insurer.
 
Vox populi
Any person who acts as a go-between between an offerer or buyer and seller of goods or services.
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There are over 35 thousand stockbrokers and sub stock brokers in India.
8% rise in Colombo stock indices last week in July that aroused positive investing sentiments in Colombo retail traders on brokers' re-appealing to regulator on facilitating credit, later the first week of August market tumbled again after a news statement that quoted SEC Director General Malik Cader as saying that he had not received any letter from stock brokers.
He said Hartford Life helps facilitate the sale by providing support to stock brokers and financial planners, and by being the one to ask the difficult underwriting questions necessary to purchase life insurance.
Stock brokers without their own back office functions use companies like Pershing or JHC Securities to handle the trades they make on behalf of clients.
6 ( ANI ): Leading cloud communications system provider Knowlarity has come to the rescue of the broker community by providing a cloud telephony system which enables stock brokers to maintain and record a complete database of client orders.
Because stock brokers are in excess of the 20 percent single-industry limit, they are not allowed to buy or sell PSE shares for their own account.
The Net Capital adjusting all unsettled purchase transactions will be calculated by stock brokers when required when doing this, to reflect the excess of cost over market value.
com launches today to help future and existing stock broker customers review stock brokers before they open an account to begin trading.
On the distribution side, most insurers operate in a system with much fewer customer contacts than banks, stock brokers or financial planners have.
Throw into the fray the fact that accountants, attorneys, real estate agents, insurance and stock brokers might also offer investment advice on the side and consumers are left asking, ``Will the real financial planner please stand up?
4 (ANI): Cloud telephony platform Exotel announced capabilities that can help stock brokers record calls and be compliant in a matter of minutes without any IT help or hardware infrastructure, thereby helping businesses manage their business phone system via a virtual phone system.