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A person concerned in the management of large amounts of money on behalf of governments or other large organizations.
investor, speculator, banker, capitalist, industrialist, tycoon, magnate, business person, businessman, businesswoman, stockbrokermoney manView synonyms
- ‘Merchants and financiers soon realized that investing in science could be a profitable business.’
- ‘Potential financiers are performing more thorough due diligence and taking longer to commit to funding.’
- ‘Thus, the mortgage over land is used by banks just as it is employed by building societies and by other financiers.’
- ‘Dana did not hobnob with politicians, financiers, or the captains of industry.’
- ‘A day later, the mood was grim and many corporate financiers were not willing to comment on the prospects for the tech sector.’
- ‘He has become one of the richest men in the world by reacting before other financiers and governments.’
- ‘Some financiers ask for a deposit one to three months in advance.’
- ‘It marked a decline in power of the industrialists in favor of financiers.’
- ‘Only a few Norwegians asserted themselves as financiers and captains of industry.’
- ‘Yet a small group of CEOs and financiers managed to save the family silver before the house burned to the ground.’
- ‘A single-owner collection, that of the late financier Keith Carpenter, forms the backbone of the sale.’
- ‘Rather, it is a development on which business managers and financiers can project their anxieties.’
- ‘It should attempt to present the information a financier would require to make a reasonable investment decision.’
- ‘He's also proud of the fact that the developers, designers and financiers of the project are Irish.’
- ‘He plans to add more capital to his business through external financiers.’
- ‘A single car provides employment to financiers, dealers and transporters.’
- ‘This book will help you identify legitimate financiers and how to sell them on your business plan.’
- ‘In London and Paris there were journals for merchants and financiers.’
- ‘They spend up to a year consulting lawyers, patent officials, technical experts and financiers to pull each project together.’
- ‘Now we're going to be taken over by bankers, financiers and accountants.’
Early 17th century: from French, from finance (see finance).
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