intermediation intermediation


  • (n) the act of intervening for the purpose of bringing about a settlement


  1. Their health affects every sector of the economy, and there's now widespread, if not universal, agreement among economists that a breakdown of financial intermediation--a.
  2. That is the intermediation that the internet has offered.
  3. And the ultimate resolve is through the intermediation of the affairs in our countries.


  • Inter-American Development Bank Webstory: A Door to Employment in the Dominican Republic

    Like Sugey González, more than 220,000 people have benefited from labor intermediation and training services of the National Employment Service of the Dominican Republic (SENAE) since October 2007 and the support of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). (PRWeb June 20, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "They will also contribute to restoring the important intermediation role of the interbank market in channelling funds within Europe," Trichet said.
    on Jul 9, 2010 By: Jean-Claude Trichet Source:

  2. Regulators like the US Federal Reserve are striving to "create an environment that supports greater bank intermediation," Kohn said.
    on Dec 8, 2008 By: Donald Kohn Source: RTT News

  3. "The more that is done to clean the banks, to enable them to perform their intermediation functions, the more robust the recovery will be," Belka, director of the IMF's European department, said.
    on Jul 30, 2009 By: Marek Belka Source: Business Day

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