A broker is someone who acts as an agent or "middle man" between the buyer and seller in financial transactions. They may represent the buyer or the seller, but not both at the same time. Brokers often receive a fee or commission and may help negotiate stock, real estate, or other investment deals individually or as part of a brokerage firm.
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Visit this business broker services directory for information about business brokers and broker services in the United States. The photo on this page depicts a business broker talking on his mobile phone.
Investment brokers meet with clients to assist in the purchase of banking, accounting, insurance, and other financial products. Learn more on this useful site.
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Real estate sales agents help clients buy and sell homes. Learn more about job descriptions and educational requirements for real estate agents and brokers with this helpful guide.
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Non-U.S. entities buying oil or petroleum products from Venezuela's state-owned PDVSA in deals that involve the U.S. financial system, brokers or people must be wound down by April 28, the U.S. ...
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