merchant bank

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merchant bank

n
(Banking & Finance) (in Britain) a financial institution engaged primarily in accepting foreign bills, advising companies on flotations and takeovers, underwriting new issues, hire-purchase finance, making long-term loans to companies, and managing investment portfolios, funds, and trusts
merchant banker n
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Noun1.merchant bank - a credit card processing bankmerchant bank - a credit card processing bank; merchants receive credit for credit card receipts less a processing fee
banking company, banking concern, depository financial institution, bank - a financial institution that accepts deposits and channels the money into lending activities; "he cashed a check at the bank"; "that bank holds the mortgage on my home"
Translations
obchodní banka
forretningsbank
liikepankki
trgovačka banka
融資銀行
종금사
affärsbank
ธนาคารพาณิชย์
ngân hàng thương mại

merchant bank

n (Brit) → banca d'affari

merchant bank

بَنْكٌ تـِجَارِيٌّ obchodní banka forretningsbank Handelsbank εμπορική τράπεζα banco mercantil liikepankki banque d’affaires trgovačka banka banca d’affari 融資銀行 종금사 handelsbank handelsbank bank handlowy banco comercial, banco mercantil коммерческий банк affärsbank ธนาคารพาณิชย์ ticaret bankası ngân hàng thương mại 商业银行
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In continuation of the company s tradition as a pioneer in the finance industry, FSDH has become one of the first merchant banks to be awarded a licence in Nigeria since the repeal of Universal Banking by CBN in 2010, said FSDH.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has issued two new banking licences to the Rand Merchant Bank Limited and First Securities Discount House Limited (FSDH).
Merchant banks differ from traditional banks by assisting the SME with purchasing its pre-sold goods, as well as assisting in the management of company growth.
33bn went down the drain last January, when the Central Bank of Nigeria withdrew the operating licences of 26 commercial and merchant banks.
The new starting line-up is headed by real estate merchant banks, firms who not only assemble investors to do deals, but also use their own funds to take position in those deals.
Global and E & E are both Toronto based merchant banks.
DLJ is one of the nation's leading integrated investment and merchant banks.
s investors include some of the world's largest index and mutual funds, high-growth and small-cap funds, investment banks, commercial and merchant banks and hedge funds.
Both solutions enable authorization and settlement of credit cards and other payment transactions via integrations with e-commerce, customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other applications, along with built-in connections with third-party processors and merchant banks.
For example, he says, "EnterpriZ Gateway uses our proprietary Payment Pipe(TM) technology to connect to multiple processors / merchant banks from a single server so that one merchant can use Merchant Bank A and another Merchant Bank B.
The agreement with Bridgeview signals a new focus on providing processing services to large principal merchant banks as well as smaller agent banks.