intermediator


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

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The market-making intermediator establishes trading links which would not otherwise exist.
Most importantly, the process of negotiation can be accelerated by having an intermediator intervene.
Brokered by federal intermediators and announced on Friday afternoon, a tentative deal reached between Rhode Island and representatives of its public staff, softens certain terms in a sweeping 2011 bill designed to regulate the growing cost of the state's pension system.
MMFs are key intermediators of short-term debt, particularly for financial issuers, with total assets under management of $2.
and also acting as trade intermediators, apparently did not approach the
Contractionary monetary policy thus explains, as no other theory by itself is capable of doing, the stock market's crash in October 1929, the collapse in private business investment, the corresponding rise in unemployment rates, the decline in personal consumption expenditures, and the atmosphere of panic that gripped depositors and which thereby contributed to the failures of thousands of banks and the disruption of their role as intermediators of financial transactions between borrowers and lenders.
Here their parents and kins are the intermediators.
rules, innovation prizes, or competitive intermediators, as models for
we do not think that they conceive him as a single great spirit, as some of the other tribes tend to do; they rather look on the hawks as messengers and intermediators between themselves and Bali Penyalong, to which a certain undefined amount of power is delegated.
Prior to the interviews the management at the provincial hospitals provided written consent and chief professional nurses-in-charge identified participants and acted as intermediators.
By contrast, in Fiona Nelson's survey of 30 lesbian mothers in Alberta, Canada, all of the dozen mothers who had DI babies had self inseminated (though some of the donors were known only to intermediators, and not to the women themselves).
Promotoras have proven to be knowledgeable intermediators between colonias residents and persons and organizations outside the colonias, for example, providers of many types of services needed by residents.
Another commonly used approach in the literature is the intermediation approach, which view banks as intermediators of financial resources.
As a result, banks became "administrators of investment `funds'" rather than intermediators of credit (Andrezo and Lima 1999, 202).
The intermediation approach assumes financial institutions play the role of intermediators in financial markets, accepting funds from depositors and converting them into loans and other assets.