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1. Voluntary Bankruptcy

2. Section 77 (of 1933 Act)

3. PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records)

4. set-off

5. Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) of 2005

6. creditors' committee

7. nunc pro tunc

8. ballot date

9. post-petition

10. Conversion

11. Chandler Act of 1938

12. contested matter

13. Trustee

14. claims

15. United States Trustee

16. Section 304

17. Bankruptcy Code

18. Chapter

19. contingent claim

20. workout

21. bankruptcy judge

22. Bankruptcy Amendments of 1984

23. Bankruptcy Tax Act of 1980

24. insider (of corporate debtor)

25. executory contract

26. motion to lift automatic stay

27. Insolvency

28. Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978

29. unsecured creditor

30. liquidation value

31. Bankruptcy Act of 1934

32. bankruptcy estate

33. distressed

34. omnibus hearing

35. allowed claim

36. Rule 2004

37. administrative claim

38. Lien

39. Chapters X, XI and XII

40. Default

41. secured creditors

42. unliquidated claim

43. Confirmation

44. Bankruptcy proceedings

45. joinder

46. Debtor

47. tranches

48. nondischargeable debt

49. Receiver

50. skeleton filing

51. pre-petition

52. Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994

53. arrangement

54. super-priority claim

55. examiner

56. Chapter 20

57. fee examiner

58. bankruptcy mill

59. business bankruptcy

60. period of exclusivity

61. 341 meeting

62. Equity

63. going concern value

64. NOL

65. Creditor

66. fraudulent conveyance

67. Section 77B

68. effective date

69. convenience claims

70. Chapter 7 Trustee

71. dischargeable debt

72. equitable subordination

73. tax loss carry-forward

74. liquidated claim

75. bankruptcy petition

76. unsecured claim

77. exemptions

78. discharge (of indebtedness)

79. non-business bankruptcy

80. small claims

81. matrix

82. Chapter 12

83. dismissal

84. substantial abuse

85. schedules

86. priority claims

87. Chapter 11

88. cash collateral

89. bankruptcy administrator

90. involuntary bankruptcy

91. fresh start

92. assume

93. Chapter 22

94. exclusivity (period of)

95. filing fees

96. ECF

97. 363 sale

98. impairment

99. wage-earner bankruptcy

100. straight bankruptcy

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Internalization occurs when a securities trade is executed within a brokerage firm rather than though an exchange. For example, if you give your broker an order to buy, the brokerage firm, acting as dealer, sells you shares it holds in its own account. Similarly, if you give an order to sell, the firm buys your shares. The transaction is reported to the exchange or market where the stock is listed but the trade is settled within the firm.Your broker might choose an internalized trade, sometimes called a principal transaction, because it results in the fastest trade at the best price. The firm keeps the spread, which is the difference between the price the buyer pays and the amount the seller receives. But if the spread is smaller than it would be with a different execution, you, as buyer or seller, benefit.Your broker may also execute your order by going directly to another firm. In that case, the transaction is reported to the appropriate market just as an internalized trade is, but the recordkeeping and financial arrangements are handled between the firms.

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