Data Broker means either of the following:
Commodity Broker means any person who engages in the business of effecting transactions in Commodity Contracts for the account of others or for his or her own account.
Seller’s Broker shall have the meaning set forth in Section 9.1.
Introducing Broker means any financial institution or advisor or legal or natural person obtaining remuneration from the Company and/or Clients for introducing Clients/interested parties to the Company.
Associate broker means a licensed broker who is employed by another broker. Unless otherwise specifically provided, an associate broker has the same license privileges as a salesperson.
Participating Broker- Dealer: See Section 2(b) hereof. Person: An individual, trustee, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, joint stock company, trust, unincorporated association, union, business association, firm or other legal entity. Private Exchange: See Section 2(b) hereof.
Prime Broker means a Person that acts as credit counterparty for transactions executed on the SEF in the name and on behalf of such Person by its client or an agent of its client that is a BSEF Participant and that has authorized a Participant to send RFQs, place Orders or enter into Trades in the name and on behalf of such Person.
Assisting Party means a party that provides assistance pursuant to this Agreement during an emergency or disaster.
Pawnbroker means the same as that term is defined in Section 13-32a-102.
Morgan Stanley Broker means a broker-dealer affiliated with Morgan Stanley.
Principal broker means a broker who is either a real estate proprietor, a partner in a real estate partnership, or an officer in a real estate corporation.
Sponsoring Broker means a Participant other than a DMA Customer that allows its designated Customers to access the SEF Platform using the Participant ID of the Participant and (i) with respect to Cleared Swaps, is a Clearing Member; and (ii) with respect to Non-Cleared Swaps, is (x) an FCM or Introducing Broker; or (y) non-U.S. Person acting in a similar capacity that is not required to register as an FCM or Introducing Broker under the Act and that is appropriately licensed in a jurisdiction where its DMA Customer is located.
Third Party Buyer means any Person other than (i) the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, (ii) any employee benefit plan of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, (iii) the Investors or (iv) any Affiliates of any of the foregoing.
Third Party means any person or entity other than the Government, the Procuring Entity, the Consultant or a Subconsultant.
Third Party Vendor means any person or entity that provides SaaS, third party software and/or related intellectual property. “Work” means any additional work the Customer requests Singtel to perform in relation to the Service.
Loan broker means any person who, for compensation or gain, or in the expectation
Mortgage broker means a person that, directly or indirectly, does 1 or both of the following:
Funding and Brokerage Fees means, in respect of a Series, all applicable fees other than the Arranger Fees, including, but not limited to, margin interest, securities lending fees, brokerage fees and costs of transaction taxes on the sale or purchase of Reference Assets (where relevant).
Broker investment adviser," "net assets," "sale," "sell" and "security" shall have the same meanings as such terms have in the 1940 Act, subject to such exemption as may be granted by the SEC by any rule, regulation or order. Where the effect of a requirement of the federal securities laws reflected in any provision of this Agreement is made less restrictive by a rule, regulation or order of the SEC, whether of special or general application, such provision shall be deemed to incorporate the effect of such rule, regulation or order. This Agreement may be signed in counterpart.
Salesperson means any person holding an Iowa real estate salesperson license as defined in Iowa Code section 543B.5(3).
Salesman means an individual, other than a dealer, employed, appointed or authorized by a dealer to sell securities in this state. The partners or executive officers of a registered dealer shall not be deemed salesmen within the meaning of this definition.
Designated Broker means the financial services firm or other agent designated by the Company to maintain ESPP Share Accounts on behalf of Participants who have purchased shares of Common Stock under the Plan.
Real estate broker means an individual or business entity that, with intent to collect or receive a fee, compensation, or valuable consideration, sells or offers for sale, buys or offers to buy, provides or offers to provide market analyses of, lists or offers or attempts to list, or negotiates the purchase, sale, or exchange of real estate; that negotiates the mortgage of real estate; that negotiates for the construction of a building on real estate; that leases or offers or rents or offers for rent real estate or the improvements on the real estate for others, as a whole or partial vocation; that engages in property management as a whole or partial vocation; that sells or offers for sale, buys or offers to buy, leases or offers to lease, or negotiates the purchase or sale or exchange of a business, business opportunity, or the goodwill of an existing business for others; or that, as owner or otherwise, engages in the sale of real estate as a principal vocation.
Approved Broker means any of the companies listed on Schedule 7 or such other company proposed by the Borrowers which the Agent may, with the consent of the Majority Lenders (such consent not to be unreasonably withheld), approve from time to time for the purpose of valuing a Ship, who shall act as an expert and not as arbitrator and whose valuation shall be conclusive and binding on all parties to this Agreement;
Authorized Broker means those Brokers which are authorized to deal in Government Securities.
Landlord’s Broker None. Tenant's Broker: None.