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

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JJG: To the best of my knowledge we are the only law firm in the metropolitan area that emphasizes real estate brokerage litigation: that is a broker suing to collect a brokerage commission.
Across the nation, far too many real estate brokers spend tens of thousands of dollars on custom Web sites, only to realize their investment didn't meet their needs," said Rusty Lindquist, vice president of Broker and Agent Products for a la mode.
6724(a) to waive penalties when brokers and dealers attempt in good faith to comply with the Secs.
Some online brokers charge more for human assistance.
Club officers should call and visit these brokers, or invite them to attend the club's initial meetings.
Online brokers need to make sure their computer systems can accommodate the growing number of investors, Levitt said.
By "bundling" research together with the execution of portfolio trades, soft dollars diminish the manager's willingness to switch brokers in the event he discovers the broker has failed to execute trades at the best possible price.
Giommi is one of several investment brokers at the Sudbury branch who are able to monitor the happenings on Bay Street by personal computer.
Power Brokers were selected based on their creativity in helping their clients solve risk-related problems, their demonstrated industry knowledge, and their high level of client service.
Sarah Mu of Douglas Elliman and Massey Knakal were the brokers in this transaction.
The law requires insurers to make sure its agents and brokers take appropriate steps to prevent money laundering or terrorist funding.
While most older investors know stock brokers are paid in commissions, they have a fairly limited understanding of the details of brokers' compensation and how that could affect the advice they get, a survey released Thursday shows.
Engine Enables a Faster Loan Decision-Making Process for Brokers