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

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According to the PSE, it just found out that ownership of stock brokers in the exchange amounted to 26.44 percent.
'As of end of 2017, commissions of insurance brokers were mainly from the nonlife insurance business in the amount of P6.17 billion, which represents 84.21 percent of the total commissions earned,' he added.
If you aren't currently working with franchise brokers and consultants to help find your next franchisee, you should seriously consider it.
The Association of Web-Based Health Insurance Brokers, a Washington-based trade group for the web brokers, makes that clear in a letter sent to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
The slow decline in New York City real estate brokers' confidence continued in the second quarter of 2016 with commercial and residential brokers concerned by uncertainty over global economic instability and the political future of the United States, according to the Real Estate Board of New York's (REBNY) latest Broker Confidence Index
The study found that most risk managers want to have a strategic relationship with their brokers, not merely purchase insurance coverage through them.
One offshoot of the mortgage crisis that began in 2008 has been the rise in lawsuits by borrowers challenging both mortgage brokers and mortgage lenders for alleged misconduct in the origination or refinancing of home loans.
Denver, CO, June 19, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Best-Online-Brokers.com launches today to help future and existing stock broker customers review stock brokers before they open an account to begin trading.
With the recent uptick in building trades, commercial brokers say they've seen a rise, albeit slight, in co-brokering.
AICPA members have contacted the AICPA to clarify their professional ethical obligations when asked for "comfort letters" by lenders and mortgage brokers. Depending on how practitioners respond to such requests, they may be at risk for failing to comply with AICPA professional standards.
Such is the predicament facing America's employee benefits brokers. They advise corporate customers on what health insurance plans should be offered to employees.
a la mode, one of the most mission critical and influential technology companies in the real estate industry, has unveiled Broker XSites, a web site solution designed specifically for real estate brokers.
Meanwhile, risk managers questioned what had been long-term relationships with their brokers, usually built on strong, trusting partnerships with particular individual brokers.
Notice 2003-67 offers guidance to brokers and individuals on provisions in the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (JGTRRA) that affect information reporting for payments in lieu of dividends, effective Sept.
Second, health underwriters typically notify brokers when there is a second broker competing for the business, especially in larger entities (more than 50 employees).