intermediary


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  • noun

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someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

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Whether the financial intermediary (whether or not related) engages in similar business activity with unrelated parties on similar terms and conditions;
These goals provide the intermediary with a powerful lever in the negotiations; every member of management and the professional staff must acknowledge a commitment to them, lest he or she be accused of irrationality or bad faith.
09 trillion, of which intermediary business revenue amounted to RMB218.
Launched last year under the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, the Intermediary Lending Pilot Program is designed to expand access to capital to small businesses and drive economic growth and job creation.
Miguel Sard, Managing Director at Abbey for Intermediaries, said: "We are committed to supporting intermediaries and their clients with great products and we are delighted to be launching two market leading intermediary exclusives - our new flexi offset for borrowers looking for the flexibility of an offset deal, and a five-year fix for borrowers looking for a great longer-term rate.
The group said that under the new restructured intermediary sales team, Abbey for Intermediaries and A&L Intermediary sales will combine into a single intermediary division.
Let's say that they bought their New Property for $90,000 (buying down), property paid for with a new mortgage of $40,000 and cash from the intermediary totaling $50,000.
Such arrangements use intermediaries, giving the appearance of a simultaneous exchange between the taxpayer and the intermediary.
The exposure draft, Transfers of Assets in Which a Not-for-Profit Organization Acts as an Agent, Trustee, or Intermediary, defines "intermediary" in a narrow sense to refer to situations in which an organization facilitates the transfer of assets between a potential donor and a potential donee but is not itself the recipient of a gift and, therefore, does not record contribution income or expense.
BRADFORD, England, August 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Abbey for Intermediaries has announced that all its intermediary mortgages will be branded Abbey from 15 October.
Also, because reverse exchanges are more complex and an EAT assumes greater risk than a qualified intermediary, they are more expensive than forward exchanges.
This form usually is given directly to the withholding agent or payor, although in some situations it is given to an intermediary.
company making payments, the IRS said it would disregard the intermediary when a loan would not have been made or maintained on the same terms but for the corresponding loan (or deposit) by the ultimate financing entity.
com/research/74b51a/uk_mortgage_interm) has announced the addition of the "UK Mortgage Intermediary Distribution 2009" report to their offering.
However, let's say that when you sold the duplex your intermediary received the net proceeds of $60,000 (after paying off the mortgage and paying the closing costs).