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.
- 金融 (jīnróng) as in a financial centre (金融中心 jīnróng zhōngxīn), financial institution (金融机构 jīnróng jīgòu) or financial scandals (金融丑闻 jīnróng chǒuwén).
- 中介 (zhōngjiè) as in intermediary services (中介服务 zhōngjiè fúwù) or rental agency (出租中介 chūzū zhōngjiè).
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