full-service brokerage

full-service brokerage
full-service brokerage UK US (also full service brokerage) noun STOCK MARKET, FINANCE, INSURANCE
[C] a brokerage (= a company that buys and sells shares, insurance, etc. for others) that provides a wide range of services to its customers, including investment advice: »

Each of Japan's big three full-service brokerage houses offers PC-based trading services to retail clients .

[U] the service that such a company provides: »

Our Investment Services division can provide you with full-service brokerage.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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