finder
find·er n
1: one that finds
the finder of lost property has a right to it as against the world, except against the true ownerMcDonald v. Railway Express Agency, 81 S.E.2d 525 (1954)
2: one that for a fee discovers a financial opportunity, passes it on to another, and may act as a go-between for but does not participate in subsequent negotiations between the involved parties compare broker

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

finder
n.
A middleman who helps people find things such as jobs, business opportunities, or loans in return for payment of a finder’s fee, and then lets the parties come to their own business arrangements.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


finder
USA
An intermediary that brings together one or more buyers and sellers of any product or service for transactions that the parties themselves negotiate and consummate, as defined in the regulations applicable to financial holdings companies (12 CFR 12 CFR § 225.86 (2008)).

Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. . 2010.


finder
n. One who brings together two or more parties for a business transaction, such as a merger or a loan, but who is not usually involved in the negotiation or preparation of the details of the transaction.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.


finder
An intermediary who contracts to find, introduce, and bring together parties to a business opportunity, leaving ultimate negotiations and consummation of business transaction to the principals.
With respect to a securities issue, refers to one who brings together an issuer and an underwriter; in connection with mergers, refers to one who brings two companies together. May also refer to one who secures mortgage financing for a borrower, locates a particular type of executive or professional for a corporation, or locates a particular type of business acquisition for a corporation.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


finder
An intermediary who contracts to find, introduce, and bring together parties to a business opportunity, leaving ultimate negotiations and consummation of business transaction to the principals.
 
With respect to a securities issue, refers to one who brings together an issuer and an underwriter; in connection with mergers, refers to one who brings two companies together. May also refer to one who secures mortgage financing for a borrower, locates a particular type of executive or professional for a corporation, or locates a particular type of business acquisition for a corporation.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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