Financial intermediation (金融中介化)

Financial intermediation (金融中介化 jīnróng zhōngjiè huà) refers to the process of facilitating financial transactions between the party who has surplus funds and want to lend and those with a shortage of funds who want to borrow. Financial intermediaries develop products and services to connect the surplus and deficit agents and meet the different needs of the two parties.

Financial intermediation (金融中介化 jīnróng zhōngjiè huà) word examples:

  1. Financial intermediation chain (金融中介链 jīnróng zhōngjiè liàn).
  2. Financial intermediation process (金融中介化过程 jīnróng zhōngjiè huà guòchéng).
  3. Financial intermediation theory (金融中介化理论 jīnróng zhōngjiè huà lǐlùn).
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