clearing arm

clearing arm

A branch provided on a drain to facilitate the clearing of obstructions with a drain rod.
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THE emergency drain clearing arm of a leading North East civil engineering firm has bolstered its team with two key appointments and an investment in technology.
The clearing arm of European derivatives exchange Eurex has launched Advanced Risk Protection, a new real-time, pre-trade risk management tool, to help manage high-speed trading on its market.
NATIONAL FINANCIAL, Fidelity's clearing arm for broker-dealers, announced Sept.
HSBC's sub-custody and clearing arm, RBC Dexia Investor Services and Vanguard Investments Australia, went live on the Swift service in April.
FIDELITY'S CLEARING ARM for broker/dealers, National Financial, announced several new online service technology tools that National Financial says will allow brokers and advisors to spend more time with clients.
First off, Charles Goldman, who came to Fidelity in late 2008 from competitor Charles Schwab to serve as president of Institutional Platforms for Fidelity Institutional Products Group--which includes Institutional Wealth services (its RIA custodial unit); national Financial (its correspondent clearing arm for B/Ds); and its family office business--will be leaving the Boston-based firm at the end of march.
Earlier this month, the Sudanese army claimed clearing armed rebels from 17 areas in Jebel Marra and called on civilians in the area to return to their villages and resume a normal life.