Money broker


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a broker who deals in different kinds of money; one who buys and sells bills of exchange; - called also money changer.

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Vahid said accounts are often closed when people receive money from Iran, usually by cash transfer or via a money broker.
1 August 2016 - US-based exchange, clearing house and data services operator Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE) has entered into an agreement to sell certain US voice brokerage operations of interdealer broker Creditex to UK-based inter-dealer money broker Tullett Prebon (LSE: TLPR), the company said.
Money broker, Tullett Prebon, said that it has opened a new facility in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Financial regulators are probing what may be the biggest single money-laundering activity ever uncovered in the Philippines: $100 million was remitted to the banking system, then sold to a black market foreign exchange broker, transferred to three big local casinos, sold back to the money broker, and then moved out to overseas accounts, all within a few days.
Pioneering money broker Ira Zlotowitz has announced he will cap his company's fee for the second time in a year as Eastern Union Funding barrels towards a record year.
John Goddard, a 58-year-old messenger for a money broker, was mugged at knifepoint in London on May 2, 1990.
In 2013, Skipton disposed of its money broker subsidiary Sterling International Brokers and Mutual One, a support service provider.
Tullett Prebon has announced the recruitment of John Phizackerley as Chief Executive of the inter-dealer money broker, succeeding Terry Smith.
To make payment fast and secure, it uses an online merchant card service as well as Paypal and Money Broker.
Summary: For investors interested in the buy-to-let sector, Morocco offers good investment opportunities, as this business is likely to prove a profitable move in the country, according to the UK-based foreign exchange money broker Hifx.
London - For investors interested in the buy-to-let sector, Morocco offers good investment opportunities, as this business is likely to prove a profitable move in the country, according to the UK-based foreign exchange money broker Hifx.
While the former money broker has always taken his responsibilities seriously, he is undoubtedly one of the most flamboyant and extrovert characters on the scene and also one of the most approachable since he has never been one to stand too much on ceremony.