Definitions for "quid pro quo"
An exchange of one thing for another, by mutual agreement.
When job benefits are conditioned on the granting or withholding of sexual or romantic favors.
Latin term that means "this for that".
Keywords:  clever, knew, idea, team, professional
no idea but it sounds really clever (or is it to pay £1 to the only professional on the team, if only we knew who it was?)
An arrangement allowing a firm to use research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm that provides the research.
In the securities industry, it is an agreement in which a company, using institutional research, will execute all trades based on that research with the firm providing it and thus, makes payment in soft dollars. This is done instead of directly paying for the research. See: Fundamental Analysis; Technical Analysis
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