intermediary


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

that by which something is accomplished or some end achieved

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In addition, and also for the first time, Paragon has launched a further advance facility, enabling access to additional lending for landlords direct or via an intermediary.
Then, even if an intermediary is actually registered with the FA, they still have to be authorised to represent minors between the ages of 16 to 18.
Article 3 of the Regulations sets out general principles which include a requirement that an intermediary must be registered in accordance with the Guidelines and that players and clubs, when choosing their intermediaries must show 'best effort attempts', which means that clubs and players must use their best efforts to make sure that the intermediary engaged signs a representation agreement between them.
What relationship, if any, did the intermediary have with the third party?
Where the intermediary places client assets with third parties, the intermediary should reconcile the client[acute accent]s accounts and records with those of the third party.
Funding, which is intended to spark business expansion and create jobs, will be made available through USDA's Intermediary Relending Program (IRP).
Mike Mount, director of intermediary sales, said of the launch: "Through the Cardiff office we are looking to bring our expertise in client-focused discretionary portfolio construction to professional intermediaries across the UK.
A qualified intermediary (QI) is a foreign financial intermediary (or foreign branch of a U.
In short order, the foundation and the Chancellor became partners with city labor unions, several other foundations, and several intermediary organizations in carrying forward this initiative.
Global Banking News-5 November 2008-A&L chief to head up new intermediary division(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
The best way for a commercial investor to get the right mortgage--without the burden of premium rates--is to work through a reputable mortgage intermediary that handles a high volume of loans.
An information intermediary is a human or a nonhuman party designed to assist consumers in information processing.
A forward exchange occurs when a taxpayer sells the relinquished property, then later buys a replacement property within delayed exchange safe harbors, such as qualified intermediary and qualified escrow account [Treas.
The intermediary may not often conduct an entire online search for a user anymore, but even the traditional helping roles of the reference librarian are being questioned in a digital environment.
1) The sharing of rights raises concerns that if an intermediary fails, creditors of the failed intermediary can claim against assets held by the intermediary for the benefit of investors; this is referred to as "intermediary risk.