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intermediary

a person who acts as a mediator or agent between parties.
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The rules provide that no person can act as an intermediary in a crowdfunding transaction unless he is registered as a broker, an investment house or as a funding portal.
Among others, the SEC may require additional capital in the form of cash or insurance to cover any risky activities arising from the proposed or actual operations of the crowdfunding intermediary.
In his new role, Crooke will lead Sainsbury's newly established mortgages intermediary division.
(2) An intermediary of a complaints website publishes on Twitter
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.
The Regulations apply to the clubs and players using the intermediary's services.
The lender, the credit intermediary or an appointed representative should act honestly, fairly, transparently, professionally, taking into account the rights and interests of consumers.
All intermediaries registered with a Virgin Money national account will have access to the revised Intermediary Exclusive products immediately.
What relationship, if any, did the intermediary have with the third party?
From an intermediary's perspective, an automated tool presents an opportunity to formulate and deliver advice to customers in a more efficient and cost effective way.
The monetization potential from these insights is driven by the size and pervasiveness of the platform and the range of the user information the intermediary has access to.