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.

See also: Money

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Because people saw they could get the money easily, they took loans from the banks and money brokers.
Havala (Arabic: meaning transfer), also known as hundi in India is an informal value transfer system, based on the performance and honour of a huge network of money brokers, originally located in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
The following entities must comply with CDD rules: banks, international offshore banking businesses, venture risk capital providers, and money transmission services; entities offering financial services, foreign exchange, financial and commodities-based derivative instruments, or transferable or negotiable instruments; money brokers and exchanges, money lenders, and pawn shops; real property businesses; credit unions, building societies, and trust businesses; dealers in precious metals, art, jewelry, and high-value goods; casinos and providers of internet gaming and sports betting; car dealerships; travel agents; company service providers, attorneys, notaries, and accountants.
Micromega Securities operates in the South African fixed income, rates and foreign exchange markets, via its TTSA Securities Ltd, SA International and Capital Market Brokers Ltd and Micromega Africa Money Brokers Ltd subsidiaries.
The RBCA is the standard mandated under SEC regulations to ensure that financial services firms such as banks and money brokers are sound enough to service their customers.
Some money brokers don't need to be super-rich to play at the presidential level.
Blood money, or diya, as defined by the Kingdom's Shariah law stands at SR300,000 for manslaughter and SR400,000 for murder, but in reality the family of the murder convict ends up paying millions to blood money brokers.
It was this prospect that led to John Goddard, a 58-year-old messenger with the money brokers Sheppards, being mugged at knife-point in a quiet side street in the City of London on May 2, 1990, Dix Noonan Webb said.
Mrs Parker came to Bahrain in 1975 and worked for Gulf Air for 11 years before she moved to money brokers Tullett & Tokyo (now Tullett & Liberty) in 1986.
The money brokers demand more cuts, yet their transfer systems are not swift.
The reasons given were an alleged refusal by the money brokers in the sport to meet them.
The main driver of job growth was the non-bank financial sector (comprising insurance firms, money brokers, money changers, financing companies, investment business firms, and other no-bank financial institutions) which added 356 new jobs, an increase of 7.