Agency theoryThe analysis of principal-agent relationships, in which one person, an agent, acts on behalf of another person, a principal.
Dual AgencyDual Agency
The representation of opposing principals (buyer and seller) at the same time. In brokerage many states get around this by saying that the agent aids the buyer but is the agent of the seller only. A problem arises if both buyer and seller pay the broker, Then full disclosure must be made. An escrow agent is the agent of buyer and seller and usually paid by both. This is why an escrow agent must be neutral.
Benefits AgencyBenefits Agency
An executive agency within the DSS (Department of Social Security), the Benefits Agency was replaced by Jobcentre Plus in April 2002. Jobcentre Plus issues benefits to those of a working age, and helps the unemployed to find a job.http://www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk
Agency basisAgency basis
A means of compensating the broker of a program trade solely on the basis of commission established through bids submitted by various brokerage firms.
Fiscal agency servicesFiscal agency services
Services performed by the Federal Reserve Banks for the U.S. government. These include maintaining deposit accounts for the Treasury Department, paying U.S. government checks drawn on the Treasury, and issuing and redeeming savings bonds and other government securities.
Agency securitiesAgency securities
In the US, these are securities issued by federal government agencies.
Further SuggestionsAgency problem
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
Federal agency bond
Agency cost view
Sole importing agency
Fiscal agency agreement
Central Intelligence Agency
Credit reference agency
Agency incentive arrangement
Federal agency securities
credit reference agency
federal agency security