As the rules govern the trade of securities to fund an online crowdfunded venture, the SEC rules define a 'Crowdfunding intermediary
,' as a registered broker, investment house, or funding portal that mediates offer and sale of crowdfunding securities through the online electronic platform.
A funding portal involved as an intermediary
in the offer or sale of crowdfunding securities is prohibited from offering investment advice or recommendations, marketing the securities displayed on its platform, compensating people who solicit investments for securities displayed or referenced on its platform or managing investor funds or securities.
Sainsbury's Bank has appointed David Crooke as head of intermediary
sales, the Financial Reporter reported online.
to display on its own website what had been added in the
I have found that some parents and even club officials don't know how to check if an intermediary
is registered with the FA or not.
Article 1 broadly defines an intermediary
as a person (natural or corporate) who (i) represents players or clubs in negotiations with the goal of signing an employment contract between them, or (ii) represents clubs in relation to discussions with the goal of entering into transfer or loan agreements.
They may not see the hidden costs of convenience that each intermediary
adds to the total, but in many cases they do not care.
This process involves collection of supporting documents from the clients which not only leads to duplication of efforts and waste of resources but also results in clients having to repeatedly undergo Know Your Customer (KYC) process each time they open an account with an intermediary
. This can at times lead to variation in the KYC information for the same client such as mobile number, email, address, etc.
pool--Payments made by a qualified intermediary
directly to beneficial owners may generally be reported on the basis of reporting pools.
As consumers switched from outbound to domestic travel, and increasingly to visiting friends and relatives, the need to use an intermediary
1) the name of the creditor or, where applicable, the credit intermediary
or a appointed representative,
British provider of financial services Virgin Money on Friday revealed that it has reduced interest rates on a number of residential mortgage products and across its Intermediary
This collection of essays includes discourse among 18 different contributors who show us how cultural intermediaries work and how their work supports our capitalistic economy, our oculture of consumption.o Part I introduces the field of cultural intermediary
research, its conceptual framework, and its methodologies, while Part II provides case studies that demonstrate the diversity of its empirical research.
For each claim brought by a third-party non-client seeking to impose liability against an insurance intermediary
, the defense lawyer must identify several key facts in order to properly analyze exposure.