re-intermediation


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re-intermediation

To provide value as a middleman in order to avoid disintermediation. See disintermediation.
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They focus on three tendencies that have the potential to undermine the existing balance of power in the global political economy: the waning position of the dollar, the apparent shift towards a re-intermediation in the Anglo Saxon financial system and crisis within the U.
Credit growth to households is slowing, but bank lending to companies remains strong, supported by financial re-intermediation and other portfolio adjustments.
Eventually, he said, business-to-business models will evolve so that there will be re-intermediation opportunities along the value chain -- i.