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Synonyms for bank

deposit

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bank on something

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bank with someone

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  • deal with
  • do business with
  • have an account with
  • be a customer of

mass

Synonyms for bank

to put into a disordered pile

to place (money) in a bank

bank on: to place trust or confidence in

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sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water)

a long ridge or pile

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an arrangement of similar objects in a row or in tiers

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a supply or stock held in reserve for future use (especially in emergencies)

the funds held by a gambling house or the dealer in some gambling games

a slope in the turn of a road or track

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a container (usually with a slot in the top) for keeping money at home

a building in which the business of banking transacted

a flight maneuver

tip laterally

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enclose with a bank

do business with a bank or keep an account at a bank

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act as the banker in a game or in gambling

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be in the banking business

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put into a bank account

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cover with ashes so to control the rate of burning

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have confidence or faith in

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The system reduces the external banking fees of the correspondent banks and reduces the period of settlement, as well as increasing confidence among the customers.
Caption: Wisener had been senior vice president of the correspondent bank for five years.
However, based on feedback from industry participants, Moody's doesn't expect a return of dollar correspondent bank services in the near-term.
This includes risks associated with the type of the businesses correspondent banks clients are engaged in, as well as the type of the markets the correspondent banking client serves."
directly, but uses a correspondent bank account at American Express Ltd., held by the Shahid Foundation, for U.S.-dollar-denominated transactions.
Critics of the correspondent bank system of clearings and collections cited this example time and time again.
This is the reality because the dollar is a key currency and because transactions in the world are in US dollars and they touch US correspondent banks. So because we are keen to maintain a position as a sophisticated and fair player in the global financial market, we respect the applicable laws.
Germany-based Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) is to pare back its role as a correspondent bank, following the involvement of Danske Bank A/S (DANSKE: Copenhagen) in a money laundering case, according to Reuters.
Alternatively the company should obtain a satisfactory "credit reference" from a known and trusted second bank, generally known as a "correspondent bank".
There is a delay between the overseas customer instructing its bank to pay currency to the foreign correspondent bank and the receipt of dollars by the U.S.
According to Worrell, who attended the meeting in his capacity as co-Chair of the Financial Stability Board's Regional Consultative Group, Americas (FSB/RCG_A), Belize has experienced terminations in correspondent bank relationships that account for more than half of their banking assets.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 8, 2016-Northern Trust expands mutual fund services for correspondent bank clients
Banks can settle these interbank payments through accounts that they hold with each other or through accounts that they hold with a correspondent bank. However, many interbank payments, especially large-value payments, are made through the transfer of balances on the books of the Federal Reserve.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 8, 2016-Northern Trust expands mutual fund services for correspondent bank clients
Often these interbank relationships involve holdings of relatively sizable compensating or clearing balances at correspondent banks. Such interbank relationships are a key mechanism by which problems at a large correspondent bank can be transmitted to other financial institutions.