Traducción de broker en Español:


agente, n.

Pronunciación /ˈbroʊkər//ˈbrəʊkə/


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    (agent, intermediary)
    agente masculino
    marriage/insurance broker agente matrimonial/de seguros femenino
    • They're reviewing rules with brokers who sell their funds and with transfer agencies that process trades.
    • The discretion mortgage brokers and lenders have in setting rates and fees leads to inefficiencies.
    • For one, the middlemen - the brokers and the fund supermarkets - that sell the funds take a big chunk of the money.
    • In addition, many plans are sold through brokers and investment advisers, who usually charge a sales commission.
    • Many, say experts, are backed by unscrupulous mortgage brokers or lenders.
    • According to Dowling, there is a ‘hit list’ of solicitors, accountants, valuers and brokers that lenders avoid.
    • Some sell through brokers, others sell to retail stores like Whole Foods, others choose to sell through ALBA Organics.
    • The company operates through a nationwide network of 15,000 wholesale brokers and retail offices in 48 states.
    • In South Africa medical scheme administrators appoint brokers to sell their products.
    • The real problem for him is that he is unlikely to accept the broker's buy or sell recommendation which comes at the end of these documents.
    • MBS is a wholesale intermediary, or ‘packager’, which operates between lenders and mortgage brokers.
    • It sets out how mortgage lenders and brokers should treat their customers.
    • We [also] want to make sure that when brokers sell funds, there are no rules or laws being broken.
    • The change, in effect, would force discount brokers to sell more services and thus, charge more.
    • Anyone considering PHI should be careful about the broker they choose as brokers don't always sell products from all insurers in the market.
    • Corporate clients will decide to put together their own insurance policies, axing brokers altogether.
    • In only 9 per cent of cases did US brokers advise investors to sell shares.
    • Some 130 tons of mercury were sold to a broker, which resold it for use in India.
    • The sales team pushes back at Wilkes, arguing that the new products undercut their efforts to sell brokers and lenders on the exchange.
    • Regulators should also ban granting higher commissions to brokers selling the firm's own funds, which often have lower returns.
  • 2stockbroker

    corredor de bolsa masculino
    corredora de bolsa femenino
    agente de bolsa femenino

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    • Their talents at brokering a peace after such long-standing hatred would be far more usefully employed bringing together real warring factions.
    • In due course, counsel brokered an agreement to permit the sale of the Major McKenzie lands to proceed.
    • Several attempts to broker a peace agreement between the two peoples were unsuccessful.
    • Two recently brokered peace agreements in Africa, in Sudan and the Congo, are extremely tenuous.
    • If, for example, the deal with Pakistan holds it could bring the country back in from the cold and offers the possibility of brokering an agreement with India over Kashmir.
    • The talks that brokered agreement in Derry were chaired by the Londonderry Chamber of Commerce.
    • There's been little trouble in the area since the peace was brokered and the ceasefire has been extended to December the first.
    • The agreement was brokered by the World Bank and remains a model for amicable sharing of resources.
    • He grew up in an era when Cork had brokered a power sharing agreement with Kerry, though never claiming absolute supremacy.
    • Egeland has brokered peace in Guatemala, Israel, Sri Lanka, South Africa and the former Yugoslavia.
    • In 2001 he brokered a so-called peace deal involving a number of feuding families in the Southill area.
    • Scotland will only prosper once peace is brokered with the English-based stars and their clubs, writes Neil Drysdale
    • The veteran Congress leader is understood to have brokered peace between his children who were reportedly at loggerheads.
    • In the interests of brokering a peace, we'd like to float the following theory.
    • The French have been blamed by loyalist mobs for brokering a recent peace deal that the government supporters say concedes too much to the rebels.
    • A key part of the agreement being brokered in the Congo is how to deal with the Hutu militias.
    • This is Europe's point man in brokering a peace between Israel and Arab states.
    • David Parker, the MP for Otago, has recently been instrumental in brokering an agreement for a new lakeweed control programme in Lake Wanaka.
    • Only one group has opposed the corporations facilitating the murder in Sudan with any success, at least when it comes to brokering a fragile peace in the south.
    • Once again, it should take the lead in brokering an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement.