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intermediary

a person who acts as a mediator or agent between parties
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Whether the parties are related and, if not related, whether the intermediary had actual knowledge of the second transaction;
The intermediary does not function merely as a facilitator, however.
In other words, a pan-European intermediary that focuses on several key areas of corporate finance (whether it be funding, M&A advice, or securities research, issuance, market-making, and trading) and does so across the EEC using key "Euro-partners" in the major markets with which it maintains strategic alliances for certain aspects of a product has a plus.
This report digs into the intermediary business of China's major banks and analyzes revenue structure and growth of intermediary business as well as unique intermediary businesses of different banks in detail.
The first round of the Intermediary Lending Pilot Program showed that we are on the right track, and now we are expanding it.
The intermediary lender is also launching a new five-year fix with a rate of 3.
MC) has announced its new combined Intermediary team with the chief of Alliance & Leicester (A&L) heading the team.
At the time of the sale, they paid off the mortgage of $40,000 from their lender, leaving the balance of $60,000 that went to their intermediary.
The Tax Court was unimpressed with the taxpayer's exchange documentation, because no third-party intermediary was used, creating an "inherently ambiguous situation" that led to the taxpayer's defeat.
They wanted the FASB to differentiate situations in which an organization acts as an agent, trustee or intermediary from situations in which it acts as a donee and a donor, especially if it solicits and collects cash, products or services and distributes those or income from them to other organizations for charitable purposes.
From 15 October, Abbey for Intermediaries Will Move to one Intermediary Mortgage Brand
In the more common "forward" exchange, a property owner engages a qualified intermediary who sells property (the "relinquished" property) and uses the net proceeds to purchase replacement property.