Definition of Brokerage 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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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brokerage Firm
Literary usage of Brokerage firm
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1. Brokerage Accounts: A Treatise on the Business of Brokerage, Its Accounting by Frederick Simson Todman (1916)
"When, in such a case, bankruptcy proceedings are instituted against the brokerage firm, several nice legal questions enter the case, the essence of which is ..."
2. Federal Income Tax, War-profits and Excess-profits Taxes: Including Stamp by George Edwin Holmes (1921)
"... in a corporation on a margin with a stock brokerage firm, such stock not being owned outright by the taxpayer and not being registered in his name, ..."
3. Press Reference Library by International News Service (1915)
"... and at the end of the two-year period he returned to Colorado, locating at Cripple Creek. He was then taken into the brokerage firm of Edsall, ..."
4. Financial Investigations: A Financial Approach to Detecting and Resolving Crimesby Don Vogel by Don Vogel (1999)
"While commonly referred to as a broker, a registered representative is usually an employee of a brokerage firm rather than a member. The broker or brokerage ..."