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ag·gre·ga·tor

 (ăg′rĭ-gā′tər)
n.
1. One that aggregates.
2. A website that collects content such as news stories or music files to make such material available in one place.

aggregator

(ˈæɡrɪˌɡeɪtə)
n
1. (Commerce) a business organization that collates the details of an individual's financial affairs so that the information can be presented on a single website
2. (Commerce) a firm that brings together a large group of consumers on whose behalf it negotiates reduced rates for good or services, esp in the energy sector
3. (Computer Science) a web application that draws together syndicated content from various online sources and displays it in a single location for the user’s convenience

aggregator

An application that collects input from numerous RSS feeds and displays them in one place.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aggregator - a person who collects thingsaggregator - a person who collects things  
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
archivist - a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archives
conchologist - a collector and student of mollusc shells
coin collector, numismatist, numismatologist - a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
packrat - a collector of miscellaneous useless objects
philatelist, stamp collector - a collector and student of postage stamps
Translations
agrégateur
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CBB executive director of financial institutions supervision Abdul Rahman Al Baker said, "The introduction of insurance aggregator rules is a first step for the CBB towards 'insurtech', a technology led transformation of the insurance sector which is rapidly gathering momentum globally."
Abdul Rahman Al Baker, executive director of financial institutions supervision, said: "The introduction of insurance aggregator rules is a first step for the CBB towards 'Insuretech', a technology led transformation of the insurance sector which is rapidly gathering momentum globally.
What is clear from UMP's growing e-book collection, many titles include digital enhancements such as zoomable online images or embedded audio and video, content not every aggregator would find easy to accommodate.
The CBE defined the technical payment aggregator as those companies that have financial solvency and provide technological services to their subsidiaries on behalf of the bank through electronic distribution channels, including the provision of electronic collection services for invoices or the services provided.
Abdulrahman Al-Baker, Executive Director of Financial Institutions Supervision, said: "the introduction of insurance aggregator rules is a first step for the CBB towards "Insuretech", a technology led transformation of the insurance sector which is rapidly gathering momentum globally, especially due to demands from millennials.
Under Circular Letter 2018-51 issued on Monday, an insurance Web aggregator is an Internet-based platform that accumulates and provides insurance-policy quotations from various insurance companies based on a predetermined set of needs specified by the prospective client from which it can choose from.
--Bayview, a non-bank aggregator involved in RPL activities;
And can my body and mind succeed in taking the strain of travelling in public transport or will I take the service of online cab aggregator that are bound to multiply their scheduled fare by several times on the pretext of rainfall?
Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised if, within the next decade, the UAE mirrors other markets with the majority of insurance transactions taking place through aggregators. In more developed markets, where aggregators account for around 70 per cent of insurance sales, we'd expect the aggregator to be the most common sales channel for Middle East insurers by 2022.
It's a decent stab at an all-in-one news aggregator, bringing simplicity to an interface that could easily have been burdened with too many options.