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broker

Drug slang
A regional term for a go-between in a drug deal.
 
Health insurance
A person licensed by the state who places business with several insurers; the broker, while paid a commission by the insurer, represents the buyer rather than the insurer.
 
Vox populi
Any person who acts as a go-between between an offerer or buyer and seller of goods or services.
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Frits Vogels, CEO EMEA Global Broking, said: As the largest interdealer broker in the interest rate market, ICAP is well placed to provide meaningful and useful indicative information of the market mid-price at any point in the day.
Renwick was formerly head of UK equity capital markets and corporate broking, and most recently chairman of corporate broking.
Cooper Gay is the core subsidiary of CGSC which is the largest insurance broking group in independent wholesale and reinsurance brokers and provides its services to mainly North America, South America and Europe.
The event got a very good response from the invitees who were from varied backgrounds such as CEOs, managers and executives looking to enter the Real Estate Broking business as entrepreneurs, existing Real Estate Professionals looking to scale up their business, freshers in the Property and Real Estate Industry and many more.
Brewin employs 300 people in Newcastle, including 25 people from its 55-strong corporate broking division.
Some of the broking houses began their operations at 7.
and the continued weakness in corporate broking activity, the Group will make a
Ambit RSM group is a well established Indian group, engaged in providing financial and professional services such as investment banking, financial consultancy, stock broking, tax & business advisory services and investment advisory services.
Willis said the license allows it to conduct commercial insurance and reinsurance broking throughout the country.
The indicted executives include: William Gilman, former managing director and executive marketing director; Joseph Peiser, former managing director and head of global broking excess casualty; Edward J.
Landsbanki has been on the prowl in the UK's midcap broking sector for several months in an effort to break into the lucrative corporate finance and broking business for small to medium-sized firms.
The Shaw Trust, which was registered in 1982 during the International Year for Disabled Persons, has brought its Job Broking programme to Middlesbrough and Newton Aycliffe.