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money broker

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Definition of money broker in English:

noun

A person or company that negotiates loans between banks or other financial institutions.
Example sentences
  • Among those who have settled is a money broker for an international Swiss bank earning stg £80,000 a year.
  • Today the company is the world's biggest money broker, and he has a £282m stake.
  • Once the most powerful money broker in Taiwan, he has roundly denied any role in the deal.

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