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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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Bourse officials earlier said that brokers' ownership was down to 18.43 million shares or 21.71 percent after a stock rights offering.
The top 5 companies that produced 70 percent of the premium produced by reinsurance brokers in the country were: PhilPacific Insurance Brokers and Managers, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Insurance Brokers, KRM Reinsurance Brokers, Pana Harisson Reinsurance and Alson Insurance Brokers Corp.
Working directly with franchisors, franchise brokers and consultants (via the International Franchise Professionals Group) has enabled me to identify what works for franchisors and what works for brokers.
Some of the web brokers that connect to HealthCare.gov do so to support their own private exchange programs or other in-house programs, but others share their HealthCare.gov pipes with retail agents and brokers.
This downward movement has been consistent since the fourth quarter of 2014 when the index was 9.23, the highest it had been since REBNY began surveying its brokers in 2013.
National Underwriter interviewed a cross section of risk managers and brokers to get their views on how to build a strong broker relationship and what they recommended as best practices.
Lenders wishing to avoid vicarious liability should clearly delineate the levels of authority granted to employees compared with the authority of independent third-party brokers.
Best-Online-Brokers.com gives consumers a third party independent review of stock brokers to enable them to choose the most cost effective broker for their trading purposes.
But with the recent thaw in activity, coupled with the fact that it's still far harder to get deals done than it was during the boom, brokers say the practice has become more appealing.
In an effort to minimize their risk, brokers typically ask CPAs to vouch for their clients with a letter supporting clients' claims.
"Across the nation, far too many real estate brokers spend tens of thousands of dollars on custom Web sites, only to realize their investment didn't meet their needs," said Rusty Lindquist, vice president of Broker and Agent Products for a la mode.