Sharebroker


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Share´bro`ker


n.1.A broker who deals in railway or other shares and securities.
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Harmood Banner was an accountant and sharebroker who had a very successful career dealing in Liverpool's commercial affairs.
A sharebroker's research document, suggesting a fundamental valuation, based on a price target of A$0.28 per share for QMC, is available on QMC website www.qmcl.com.au.
Soni began his career as a cost accountant and sharebroker. After working for almost four years, he decided to branch out on his own and set up a financial services company, Soni Capital Markets.
Campbell Maclachlan is an assistant director of sharebroker Wise Speke in Newcastle.
Sudlow was a Liverpool sharebroker and amateur organist who had met with friends in a Liverpool church to practise and perform choral music.
The Sharebrokers Act 1908 provides that no person shall act as a sharebroker unless they are the holder of a sharebroker's licence.
If you want to sell your shares, contact a sharebroker. They typically charge a minimum pounds 15 to pounds 20.
Lippert, sharebroker, Hamburg, 1887, in Rothschild Archives (hereafter cited as RAL), XI/121/19; Diamond Fields Advertiser and Commercial Guide, 1887.
In its 18 April 2012 reply to the RBI show-cause notice, the bank admitted its poor financial state was the result of an INR12bn fraud committed by Ketan Parekh and other sharebrokers in collision with the then members of its board.
Tilney dates back to 1836, the same year that the Liverpool Sharebrokers Association was founded.