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FAQ: What is a regulated intermediary?

A regulated intermediary is a specified regulated person which administers dividend payments that were declared by a company after having received those payments from the company that declared the dividend. A regulated intermediary includes, for example, central securities depository participants, brokers, nominee companies, and approved transfer secretaries.

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