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synonyms for banker

  • broker
  • dealer
  • financier
  • investor
  • manager
  • officer
  • capitalist
  • croupier
  • house
  • teller
  • treasurer
  • usurer
  • money-lender
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He oozed reasonableness, assuring bankers that he was all that stood between them and the pitchforks.
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Big-time bankers and one famous day trader have, after all, been arrested for market distortions in recent years.
GOOD LUCK PROVING REDDIT TRADERS DID ANYTHING ILLEGAL BY PUMPING GAMESTOPJOHN DETRIXHEJANUARY 28, 2021QUARTZ
More than likely, a personal banker will sit down with you and help you formulate a budget so your money lasts as long as the month.
HINTS FROM HELOISE: DON’T GET HIT WITH PRICEY OVERDRAFT FEESHELOISE HELOISEJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Since that moment at CBA Live 2019, back when the swanky banker association could still meet in person pre-pandemic, her star has only shone brighter.
A CONSUMER BANKING ROCK STAR MAKES A BOLD BETNICK FOURIEZOSJANUARY 24, 2021OZY
While the past 12 months proved a hot market for tech groups doing conventional IPOs, bankers and lawyers say that the SPAC process gives companies—and the vehicles acquiring them—far greater latitude in disclosing future financial projections.
THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY HAS GOT SPAC MADNESS, AND IT MAY NOT END WELLFINANCIAL TIMESJANUARY 12, 2021ARS TECHNICA
He worked as a court reporter, a mortgage banker and a tour operator.
SHELDON ADELSON, CASINO MAGNATE WHO INFLUENCED POLICY FROM D.C. TO JERUSALEM, DIES AT 87DONALD FRAZIERJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The once unthinkable notion of borrowing for two decades without paying interest comes as central bankers shy away from rate hikes.
THE LAND OF CHEAP MORTGAGES JUST WENT TO ZEROBERNHARD WARNERJANUARY 5, 2021FORTUNE
Second, bankers have an opportunity to become more flexible.
BANKERS WERE THE VILLAINS OF THE LAST RECESSION. THEY CAN BE HEROES IN THIS ONEMATTHEWHEIMERDECEMBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
Central bankers adopted a new policy framework in August and signaled a willingness to allow PCE inflation to exceed their target for some time.
INVESTORS ARE PRICING IN INFLATION FOR 2021. HERE’S WHY IT’S LIKELY TO BE A MIRAGELEE CLIFFORDDECEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
The mansion that is now the Ivy is located at the corner of Biddle and North Calvert Streets and was commissioned in 1889 by John Gilman, a wealthy banker and industrialist, according to the hotel.
ESCAPE (SAFELY) TO BALTIMORE’S LUXURIOUS IVY HOTELKEVIN NAFFDECEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
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WORDS RELATED TO BANKER

  • backer
  • banker
  • bourgeois
  • businessperson
  • entrepreneur
  • financier
  • investor
  • landowner
  • moneybags
  • one who signs the checks
  • plutocrat
  • the boss
  • the money
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