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'''Four-Corner Model'''. It is a situation where two trading parties are using the services of separate financial institutions or service providers and use their services acting on an interoperable basis.
 
'''Four-Corner Model'''. It is a situation where two trading parties are using the services of separate financial institutions or service providers and use their services acting on an interoperable basis.
  
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Four-Corner Model. It is a situation where two trading parties are using the services of separate financial institutions or service providers and use their services acting on an interoperable basis.

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