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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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Take strategic business decisions using top-level historic and forecast market data related to the Indonesian travel intermediaries industry and each sector within it
The Economic and Social Role and Legal Responsibilities of Internet Intermediaries
Intermediaries have been particularly affected by the use of dual pricing by lenders to increase the proportion of direct sales, forcing many to diversify into other product areas to maintain income, and prompting a gradual shift from commission to fees.
These new services are the latest in a recent succession of key developments from Paragon, following the launch of improved application management functionality for intermediaries across multiple platforms, the removal of valuation and admin fees on all Portfolio products, and the removal of the requirement of a floating charge on all applications from limited companies incorporated solely for the activity of holding and letting residential properties.
There are now roughly 1,700 registered intermediaries in England alone, for roughly 4,000 players, which has led to intermediaries casting their net wider to cover clubs further down the league system and also dealing with younger players.
be a national, except for non-national intermediaries who must be registered with their local federations.
It outlines the competitive landscape along with the leading players operating in the travel intermediaries market in Turkey
6) But some jurisdictions that permit third parties to assert claims against insurance intermediaries for breach of contract or negligence do so for the reason that the third party is an intended third-party beneficiary of the agreement or implied agreement between the insurance intermediary and insured to procure insurance of a particular type or amount for the benefit of the third party.
Principle 8 - Where an intermediary places or deposits client assets in a foreign jurisdiction, the regulator should, to the extent necessary to perform its supervisory responsibilities concerning applicable domestic requirements, consider information sources that may be available to it, including information provided to it by the intermediaries it regulates and/or assistance from local regulators in the foreign jurisdiction.
The Future of Travel Intermediaries in New Zealand to 2017: Market Profile
USDA lends money to economic development intermediaries (nonprofits and public bodies) which, in turn, re-lend the funds as commercial loans to rural businesses (ultimate recipients) that might not otherwise be able to obtain such financing.