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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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Father Brown looked at the banker; then he put his hand instinctively as if on his heart, but really on the little bottle of poison; and a great light came into his face like the light of the revelation of death.
There was a momentary silence, broken in an extraordinary way by the banker, who cried out in a hoarse and strangled voice: "Robbed!
The great banker nodded with an odd air of business assent, seemed to reflect a moment, and before they could interpose took a half turn and a step that brought him to the edge of the outer mountain wall.
Laquidara, senior vice president & Chief Mortgage Officer has just been awarded the prestigious designation of Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) by the Society of Mortgage Bankers and Campus MBA of The Mortgage Bankers Association in Washington, DC.
Just as many Chinese cities have become reflections of what China's communist leaders believe offshore investors want to see, CCB and other Chinese financial institutions are likewise facsimiles of western financial institutions, according to foreign bankers and lawyers involved.
In making these allocations, taxpayers are required to conduct a detailed analysis of the various activities the investment bankers performed and to gather supporting records.
In 2001, Charlene Nelson, a stout believer in the Fourth Amendment, learned that a cabal of bankers, legislators, and the governor of her state of North Dakota were trying to undo a good state "opt-in" law requiring banks to get permission before selling their customer's financial data.
It is with the Virginia Bankers Association, which stepped up its efforts to help member banks sell insurance after Congress enacted in 1999 the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Services Modernization Act.
"Bankers are also well-respected, high-profile people in most rural communities, and you can truly have a positive influence on the economy in the community where you work."
Investment bankers can play many roles in the underwriting of security issues including production and certification of information, provision of interim capital, and/or supplying distribution and marketing skills.
Central bankers today need to know, more than anything, how to keep financial operators from destroying their carefully calibrated economic policies.