Big producer

Big producer

A successful broker who generates a large volume of commission. See Rainmaker.
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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.
Farlex Financial Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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It's a big producer of jobs," Trump noted, adding that the subject of Khashoggi "didn't come up" when he and the crown prince spoke last Thursday, largely about Iran.