Translation of brokerage in Spanish:


corretaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbroʊk(ə)rɪdʒ/ /ˈbrəʊk(ə)rɪdʒ/


  • 1

    corretaje masculine
    • Section 40 of the Insurance Act does not permit payment of commission / brokerage out of premium to any person other than an agent.
    • Global Trader 247 offers customers a no commission, no brokerage fee service to small institutions, retail investors, high net worth individuals and other customers.
    • Explicit assumptions were made around levels of brokerage and commission and expenses that might be implicit within the premium calculation.
    • In all UBS has spent more than $90 million, probably at a loss or break even depending on the brokerage and commission from the June raid.
    • And, because they have to pay brokerage and perhaps also tax on their gains, most end up worse off than if they had bought and held.
  • 2

    agencia de corredores de bolsa feminine
    agencia de agentes de bolsa feminine
    • The company's Web site will allow online access to initial public offerings for the brokerages ' combined client base of roughly 6 million.
    • By far the wealthiest branch of the family, they own banks in Switzerland, public and private banks worldwide and a network of finance houses and investment brokerages.
    • Insurance brokerages typically sell for 1 to 1.5 times annual revenues.
    • He is the humbly born Brooklyn boy who built Shearson Loeb Rhodes from the parts of dozens of brokerages and then sold it to American Express.
    • ‘In his view any brokerage with premium income of less than 5m is dead in the water,’ said Russell.
    • This week, Bloomberg reported on a recent study of the Manhattan apartment market commission by brokerage Douglas Elliman.
    • Jihsun Securities retained its position as the second largest brokerage with a market share of 4.09 percent.
    • The world's largest fixed income brokerage was based in the north tower of the World Trade Centre, where it employed 1,000 staff.
    • Barbara Corcoran, chairwoman of the Corcoran Group, a New York City real estate brokerage, has her share of sob stories.
    • And by virtue of the concrete connection to Silicon Valley via Highway 101, his brokerage had quick access to leading technology.
    • Not likely, says Jimmy Lam, a Hong Kong-based analyst at brokerage Kim Eng Securities.
    • Homeloans was initially established as a broadly based financial services brokerage offering everything from home loans to car insurance.
    • Homeloans began as a broadly based financial services brokerage, but after six months Curry and Gavin realised they were spreading their net too wide.
    • Zaha Rina Zahari, chief executive of Malaysian brokerage RHB Securities, says the story is the same in her native country.
    • One investor applied for compensation from his brokerage after discovering some mysterious person had used his account to buy Yinguangxia, causing him to suffer a great loss.
    • On April 19, securities brokerage Cash Financial Group reported that a fake website with its company logo and name was arranging a bogus lucky draw for customers.
    • China-backed CEL also said it strongly supported the restructuring and planned listing of its mainland brokerage, China Everbright Securities.
    • The brokerage said every 5 per cent rise in raw material costs will squeeze the gross profit margin by 13.3 per cent, assuming the company is unable to pass on the cost jumps to customers.
    • It is still unclear whether the television - maker can recover another 200 million yuan invested in May 2003 with seized brokerage China Southern Securities.
    • I jumped ship from a financial services brokerage in Edinburgh where I was a director last October, and I'm convinced I've made the right move.