For a publishing house, associated with the name of Leo Tolstoy see Intermediary (publisher) An intermediary (or go-between) is a third party that offers intermediation services between two trading parties. The intermediary acts as a conduit for goods or services offered by a supplier to a consumer. Typically the intermediary offers some added value to the transaction that may not be possible by direct trading. Common usage includes the insurance and financial services industry where e.g.
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