In the context of general equities, having sole possession of the customer order/ indication; not in competition with other dealers. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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exclusive ex‧clu‧sive [ɪkˈskluːsɪv] adjective
1. an exclusive agreement, contract, or right is one that a single person or organization has and no one else has:

• They have signed an exclusive agreement to market and sell the diamonds to retail jewelers in Switzerland.

• We hold an exclusive license (= a right that no one else has ) to make and market the systems in Japan.

• The parent company has exclusive rights to any commercial product that exploits the research.

exclusive to

• This offer is exclusive to readers of The Economist.

2. exclusive places, products etc are so expensive that not many people can afford to buy them:

• Bel Air is an exclusive suburb of Los Angeles.

3. if a figure is exclusive of a particular amount, it does not include that amount:

• The manufacturer's operating costs fell 8%, exclusive of depreciation and amortization.

• It costs £200, exclusive of VAT.

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exclusive UK US /ɪksˈkluːsɪv/ adjective
limited to only one person, group of people, or organization: an exclusive agreement/contract/deal »

The licence provides the company with an exclusive 12-year agreement for gambling rights on the island.

exclusive rights/an exclusive licence to do sth »

They have been given exclusive rights to distribute replicas of the ring.


He seems to have exclusive access to the boss.


Dedicate a computer, phone, and fax for your exclusive use.

exclusive to sb/sth »

She was approached by the marketing director to create a line of shoes exclusive to the stores.

expensive and of a high quality, and therefore only for people who are rich or of a high social class: »

an exclusive area/hotel/shop


The estate agent described the houses as ""an exclusive development of detached executive homes with views of the river"".

See Note EXPENSIVE(Cf. ↑expensive)
relating to something that is the only official one of its type: an exclusive distributor/provider/supplier »

The agreement makes GE the exclusive supplier on the new jet.

exclusive of sth — Cf. exclusive of sth
mutually exclusive — Cf. mutually exclusive

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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