intermediator


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

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Our analysis incorporates the multiproduct production process and employs the intermediation approach to measuring bank output and costs - that is, banks serve as an intermediator of financial services.
They are primarily concerned with legislative and regulatory measures undertaken by Texas and federal authorities to preserve the position of S&Ls as a principal intermediator for housing finance.
Sami-ul-Haq, who is holding prominent role as a Taliban intermediator in ongoing peace talks with Pakistani government, was responding to Minister of Defence Khawaja Muhammad Asif's statement.
Due to activities of 13 intermediator firms in Issyk Kul region in 2005, Vostokelektro lost 95 million som, reads the report of the Accounting Chamber for 2011.
The Board of Directors provides significant guidance to our management team as we complete the restructuring and repositioning of the bank in order to deliver financial solutions as a pre-eminent intermediator of capital flows across the region.
In reality, the United States has been the world's "financial intermediator of last resort.
Firstly, transactions costs incurred by the intermediator in his relations with other parties encourage him to organise production in a particular way.
With a new focus on building and integrating its historic operations and geographic footprint across the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and Turkey/Central Asia, the Bank proposes to position itself in time as a major intermediator of capital flows across this region, as it rebuilds its Asset Management, Investment Banking and Sharia Compliant Wealth Management capability.
To prevent their savings from becoming worthless paper, foreign savers send their money to the United States, thus informally appointing the United States to be the world's financial intermediator of last resort.
The intermediator does not intervene in an already existing market so much as set up the market from scratch himself.
Bahrain's retail banks, the main domestic intermediators, remain healthy in terms of liquidity, capitalisation, and leverage, with a loan-to-deposit ratio of 65 per cent, according to Banking Industry Country Risk Assessment: Bahrain.
That result would imply that NGOs are simply intermediators of aid.
also became intermediators in international capital flows, procuring funds from investors in one country to invest them in other countries, and often extending credit to help this process to happen.
The absence of a meaning in itself produces new interactions between the context of the arts and their intermediators, interfering in the modes of interaction and creative propositions.
Direct and categorically dialogues with TTP would be organised in presence of Taliban intermediators under new strategy designed in order to design next policy of Pakistan government.