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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

(ĭn″tĕr-mē′dē-ār-ē) [″ + medius, middle]
1. Situated between two bodies.
2. Occurring between two periods of time.
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The FIFA guidelines made a recommendation that fees paid to intermediaries are limited to 3% of the player's basic gross income or of the transfer compensation.
Given the innovative and relentless competition from digital intermediaries, there may be ways to leverage their power to help the supermarket industry.
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In addition to sorting out the terminology, the Directive introduces an obligation to keep a public register of credit intermediaries and advisors (it shall describe whether the advisor is independent or tied).
of America, the City of Bakersfield contacted insurance intermediaries to procure group long-term disability insurance.
Nonetheless, the exercise has helped regulators understand how intermediaries use these tools and the challenges involved in overseeing them.
However, given that most intermediaries enjoy complete power over user information, including any and all possible future uses, it would be practically impossible for a typical user to ascertain the fairness of the exchange.
A study by ADBs Independent Evaluation Department in 2014 reviewed more than 60 projects that were approved and implemented through financial intermediaries from 2007 to 2012.
The Anti-Money Laundering Act, 2010, places compliance obligations on the company service providers (intermediaries) to conduct customer due diligence and report suspicious transactions to Financial Monitoring Unit.
The proposal portends a final blow to intermediaries who have been fighting to defend their space from intrusion by new players.
The majority of Cincinnati Intermediaries' customers are located in the Midwest and the South, though California, Massachusetts and Texas are also well-represented in its book of business.
The decision was made at the regular meeting of the Supervisory Board due to the fact that a number of insurance intermediaries have already become members of AIA and there is a need for a structure that will deal with insurance intermediaries, according to the message.