Big producer

Big producer

A successful broker who generates a large volume of commission. See Rainmaker.

Big Producer

A well known and well regarded broker who generates a significant amount of business for his/her brokerage (and a great deal of money in commissions for himself/herself). See also: Rainmaker.
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At present, China has been the big producer and consumer of MLCC in the world, topping the global rankings in terms of output and sales volume.
It is a big producer in Angola where it runs an offshore oil venture, which was a Gulf Oil unit.
I'm not a big producer, but what I can offer is, if I can shoot down here, those kids in the front row [of his class] will get a great opportunity.
Yemen is not a big producer but it is a trade hub in the region so tensions over there could cause a disruption in the trading activities for energy products in the region.
We are looking to expand our business beyond India because India is a big producer of potatoes and the Middle East and Africa consumes a lot of chips," he said.
Nandurbhar district in Maharashtra is a big producer of green chillies.
I remember being absolutely sure a big producer would drive past with a cigar and lean out of the window and say: 'You''re the one I''ve been looking for
The United States is a big producer and exporter of rice, thanks to vast rice fields in Arkansas, California, Mississippi, and Texas.
It's not a potential big producer of income" for the state, he said.
I do remember sitting on the seafront and imagining, hoping, dreaming, wishing, being absolutely sure a big producer would drive by, lean out of the window and say, 'Hey, what's your name?
It could be a very big producer of conventional gas.
At the same time, the Obama administration wants to rely increasingly on oil imports from Mexico and Brazil, which will become a big producer in the space of several years, while Venezuela is pursuing an energy economy policy.