financial organization

  1. an institution (public or private) that collects funds (from the public or other institutions) and invests them in financial assets
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How To Use financial organization In A Sentence

  • Financial organization should have done the each preparation work that receives euro to come out actively.
  • Gross profit continually occupies first place amongst every domestic financial organization.
  • Had the national forces failed at the critical period of financial organization, and the States, bankrupt by the revolutionary struggle, been left in the lurch, the republic would have followed the usual course of disintegration displayed by federations from the time of the Greek amphictyonies down to that of the Holy Roman Empire. Washington and his colleagues; a chronicle of the rise and fall of federalism
  • They made the rounds at the meetings of the financial organizations, presenting their data as a momentously cautionary tale.
  • This proposed rule will help address a key safety and soundness issue which contributed to the recent financial crisis — that poorly designed compensation structures can misalign incentives and induce excessive risk-taking within financial organizations," FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair said before the vote. Big Banks Confront New Bonus Onus
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