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  2. Stockbroker - Wikipedia

    A stockbroker, share holder registered representative (in the United States and Canada), trading representative (in Singapore), or more broadly, an investment broker, investment adviser, financial adviser, wealth manager, or investment professional is a regulated broker, broker-dealer, or registered investment adviser (in the United States) who may provide financial advisory and investment ...

  3. EFG Hermes - Wikipedia

    The brokerage arm reached the #1 position among the 12 independent brokerage companies, despite having started trading properly only in the third quarter of 2007. [ citation needed ] Pakistan [ edit ]

  4. Soft dollar - Wikipedia

    Background and history. In the brokerage business, soft dollars have been in use for many years. Prior to May 1, 1975—sometimes referred to as "May Day"—all brokerage firms used a fixed price commission schedule published by the New York Stock Exchange; the schedule was a matrix listing the number of shares in the trade on one axis, the stock's price per share on the other axis, and the ...

  5. Total Quality Logistics - Wikipedia

    Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is one of the largest freight brokerage and third-party logistics firms in North America. TQL provides domestic and international freight transportation and logistics services. It was founded in 1997 by Ken Oaks in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is headquartered in Union Township, Ohio.

  6. Homelessness - Wikipedia

    Homelessness is lacking stable and appropriate housing. People can be categorized as homeless if they are: living on the streets (primary homelessness); moving between temporary shelters, including houses of friends, family and emergency accommodation (secondary homelessness); living in private boarding houses without a private bathroom or security of tenure (tertiary homelessness).

  7. Gaston Caperton - Wikipedia

    William Gaston Caperton III (born February 21, 1940) is an American politician who served as the 31st Governor of West Virginia from 1989 to 1997. He was president of the College Board, which administers the nationally recognized SAT and AP tests, from 1999 to 2012.

  8. Goldman Sachs controversies - Wikipedia

    Goldman Sachs controversies are the controversies surrounding the American multinational investment bank Goldman Sachs.The bank and its activities have generated substantial controversy and legal issues around the world and is the subject of speculation about its involvement in global finance and politics.

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