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in·ter·me·di·ar·y

(in'tĕr-mē'dē-ār-ē),
Occurring between.
[L. intermedius, lying between, fr. medius, middle]

intermediary

[-mē′dē·er′ē]
Etymology: L, inter + mediare, to divide
a private insurance company or public or private agency selected by health care providers to pay claims under the Medicare program.

intermediary

(ĭn″tĕr-mē′dē-ār-ē) [″ + medius, middle]
1. Situated between two bodies.
2. Occurring between two periods of time.
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have a license to be an intermediary and must have permanent residence.
The most successful strategy for third parties to follow in asserting claims against insurance intermediaries is to obtain an assignment of the insured-client's claim against the intermediary.
Principle 3 - An intermediary should maintain appropriate arrangements to safeguard the clients' rights in client assets and minimise the risk of loss and misuse.
The new intermediary division will be responsible for the co-ordinated management of the two businesses, Santander said, adding that there were no further decisions on any further integration between the two operations currently, with both continuing to operate as independent companies and brands.
By tapping the services of a high-volume mortgage intermediary, borrowers can ensure that they obtain the most aggressive terms and lowest rates, by leveraging the firm's volume and strength as a major market player.
H3: The higher the perceived expertise in financial matters is, the lower the perceived value of using an information intermediary will be.
The intermediary then uses the proceeds from the sale of the relinquished property to buy the replacement property from the EAT.
The current discussion includes only some of the studies that specifically address the contributions of the intermediary in the online searching process.
An indirect holding system has since evolved, in which intermediary entities--"securities intermediaries" (4)--not only hold the securities on behalf of investors but also frequently own beneficial rights in those securities.
Steven Bolland, senior vice president of independent reinsurance intermediary Gill & Roeser, says the transatlantic setup of Benfield Blanch will be to their advantage.
An intermediary can also enter into an agreement with the Service to be a "qualified intermediary," which allows the use of simplified withholding rules.
In particular, the Commission says, it is essential that customers know they are dealing with an intermediary working for one or more companies and that the intermediary is advising them on the basis of an analysis of all the available products on the market.