Email clientA software program that allows users to send, receive, and read email messages.
Clientele effectClientele effect
Describes the tendary of funds or investments to be followed by groups of investors who have a similar preferences that the firm follow a particular financing policy, such as the amount of leverage it uses.
Client agreementClient agreement
A document issued by an adviser/broker to a client outlining the basis of the relationship and the services for which the adviser/broker is authorised. In particular the client agreement will sate:what the client's investment objectives are (income or growth, or in between)what the client's attitude to risk is (does he/she want low risk, medium risk, or high risk)how much discretion the broker has in portfolio management (if any).Client agreements are legally required before a broker starts acting on behalf of a client.
Association of Private Client Investment Managers and StockbrokersAssociation of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers
An association formed in 1990 to represent the interests of stockbroking and investment management firms which specialise in the provision of services for private investors (Also known as private clients). Member stockbrokers are members of the London Stock Exchange and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA). Investment management firms are also regulated by the FSA.http://www.apcims.co.uk.
Residing on or taking place in the client computer of a client-server network.
Dividend clienteleDividend clientele
A group of shareholders who prefer that the firm follow a particular dividend policy. Such a preference may be based on comparable tax situations.
Further SuggestionsFinancial leverage clientele
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