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Banker

A person, especially an executive, who works for a bank. Bankers provide a wide variety of services, such as monitoring and safeguarding bank accounts, issuing loans, and accounting. Some bankers may also provide investment services such as underwriting or brokering. A banker's client may be an individual, company, or institutional investor, depending on the nature of the transaction and the type of bank.
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The banker had not believed the young man could look so serious.
And Isaacs & Sons were delighted at the great man's pleasantry, and afterward repeated it many times, calling upon each other to bear witness, and Spear felt as though some one had given him a new backbone, and Andrews, who was guiding Thorndike out of the building, was thinking to himself what a great confidence man had been lost when Thorndike became a banker.
I'll run up and get it from our host; he will be glad to be our banker.
All the carriage bade the guard be merciful - the banker was specially eloquent here - but the guard hauled Kim on to the platform.
old man, or the te-rain may depart without thee,' cried the banker.
With a dazed face the banker made out the required check.
But granted his harmless qualities doesn't that banker strike you as a splendid instance of my argument?
The standard of that profession is low in Middlemarch, my dear sir," said the banker.
When the banker told Uncle Henry that he must pay the money in thirty days or leave the farm, the poor man was in despair, as he knew he could not possibly get the money.
That would indeed be gilt-edged," said the banker, gravely; "but what claim have you to the hand of my daughter?
One of Hillbrook's most respected citizens was Alvan Creede, a banker.
Bounderby the Banker does not reside in the edifice in which I have the honour of offering this explanation?