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9 November, 08:58

A financial intermediary is a corporation that takes funds from investors and then provides those funds to those who need capital. A bank that takes in demand deposits and then uses that money to make long-term mortgage loans is one example of a financial intermediary.

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  1. 9 November, 09:35
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    Answer: The statement is TRUE.

    Financial intermediaries are those people or companies that offer financial services to the investor without the latter having to contact the issuer of the financial instrument.

    Its function is that of intermediation between people who save and people who need financing, that is, between buyers and sellers.
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