Financial intermediaries (金融中介)

Financial intermediaries (金融中介 jīnróng zhōngjiè) refers to institutions or people that act as medium or bridges between the supply and demand side of funds in the financial market. A financial intermediary facilitates financial transactions and helps to meet the financial objectives of lenders and borrowers. 

Also see: banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and pension funds.

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