Definition of Securities firm
1. Noun. A stock broker's business; charges a fee to act as intermediary between buyer and seller.
Specialized synonyms: Bucket Shop, Marriage Brokerage, Marriage Mart
Generic synonyms: Nondepository Financial Institution
Member holonyms: Agent, Broker, Factor
Derivative terms: Broker
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Literary usage of Securities firm
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1. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"... securities house syn. securities firm, securities company qv securities in land and property valeurs foncières [FINI securities lending syn. securities ..."
2. Securities Firms: Assessing the Need to Regulate Additional Financial Activities (1992)
"As a result, the financial stability of the broker-dealer has become inextricably linked to the rest of the securities firm and can be affected by ..."
3. Financial Services Reform: Congressional Hearing edited by Michael G. Oxley (1999)
"And they had to go buy an independent securities firm and then transfer their investment banking there. Interestingly, I think when you look at ..."
4. Securities Markets: Challenges to Harmonizing International Capital by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"... US Standards Is Difficult to Predict securities firm Officials Have Specific Concerns About US Capital Standards Harmonization Efforts Have Implications ..."
5. Securities Investor Protection: Steps Needed to Better Disclose Sipc by Richard J. Hillman, Orice M. Williams (2001)
"... Although the telephone-based complaint approach SEC recommends appears reasonable if the securities firm acts in good faith to resolve problem trades, ..."
6. North American Free Trade Agreements: Assessment of Major Issues by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"In addition, Mexico reserves the right to do the following: It may require that the Mexican affiliate of a US or Canadian bank or securities firm be wholly ..."