intermediary

[Noun] Plural form: intermediaries. A person that acts as a messenger between two people or groups of people.
Example: An agent acts as an intermediary between an actor and a director.
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Intermediary

An institution acting between 2 or more other entities by assuming certain rights and obligations.
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intermediary

A person or institution empowered to make investment decisions for others. These specialists are knowledgeable about investment alternatives and can achieve a higher return than the average investor can.
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Intermediary

When buying a financial product you may not want to buy from the fund management company directly but go to a third party who may be able to offer you advice or a discount. These third parties are known as intermediaries and include banks, building societies and independent financial advisers.
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Intermediary

Brokers and other intermediaries attempt to arrange suitable financial products or policies for you. They can be fully independent, part of a network that uses a panel of providers, or tied to certain institutions in which case they can only sell their products.
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Intermediary

an organisation or individual through whom products pass on their way from the manufacturer to the end buyer.
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Intermediary

A person or company that acts as a mediator between two parties (Charles Conran Financial Services is an intermediary between its clients and the lenders/providers)
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Intermediary

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intermediary

An individual or organisation who introduces business to an insurance company on behalf of a customer and represents them in dealings with the company. Types of intermediary include financial advisers, agents, brokers, dealers and traders
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Intermediary

In`ter·me'di·a·ry adjective [ Confer French intermédiaire .] Lying, coming, or done, between; intermediate; as, an intermediary project. Intermediary amputation (Surg.) , an amputation for injury, performed after inflammation has set in.
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Intermediary

In`ter·me'di·a·ry noun ; plural Intermediaries One who, or that which, is intermediate; an interagent; a go-between.
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intermediary

1. Performed or occurring in a median stage, neither early nor late, intermediate. ... 2. An intermediate stage. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Intermediary

See: Financial intermediary
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Intermediary

• (n.) One who, or that which, is intermediate; an interagent; a go-between. • (a.) Lying, coming, or done, between; intermediate; as, an intermediary project.
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intermediary

(inter- + L. medius middle) 1. performed or occurring in a median stage; neither early nor late; intermediate. 2. an intermediate stage.
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intermediary

intermediary 1. Acting or of the nature of action between two persons, parties, etc.; serving as a means of interaction; mediatory. 2. Situated or occurring between two things (in space, time, degree, or character); intermediate. 3. One who acts between others; an intermediate agent; a go-between middleman, mediator.
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Intermediary

An intermediary (or go-between) is a third party that offers intermediation services between two trading parties. The intermediary acts as a conduit for goods or services offered by a supplier to a consumer. Typically the intermediary offers some added value to the transaction that may not be possible by direct trading. Common usage includes the i
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intermediary

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′tĕr-mē′dē-ār-ē Definitions: 1. Occurring between.
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Intermediary

A mortgage broker or advisor who locates the most appropriate mortgage for borrowers and arranges the mortgage on their behalf.
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Intermediary

A mortgage broker or advisor who locates the most appropriate mortgage for borrowers and arranges the mortgage on their behalf.
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intermediary

Describing a mineral midway between two mineral of a series. For example, the mineral Olivine - (Mg,Fe)2SiO4 - is midway between Forsterite - Mg2SiO4 - and Fayalite - Fe2SiO4 - in the Olivine Group.
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