|(Banking) percentage rate of yearly interest on credit and loans (according to the law the lender must indicate the rate)||APR (Annual Percentage Rate)|
|(Banking) percentage rate of yearly interest on credit and loans (according to the law the lender must indicate the rate), APR||annual percentage rate|
|Account at a brokerage house, bank, or savings institution that integrates banking services and brokerage features.||Asset management account|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||AMA (asset management account)|
|account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity||asset management account|
|Also refers illegally increasing the face value of a check by changing the print on the check., Used in the context of banking to refer to the practice of depositing and drawing checks at two or more banks and taking advantage of the time it takes for ...||Kiting|
|American Institute of Banking||AIB|
|American Management Association; professional organization for business managers, American Medical Association, American Medical Association; professional organization for doctors, asset management account; account which combines regular banking functi...||AMA|
|annual percentage rate, Annual percentage rate, Annual Percentage Rate; (Banking) percentage rate of yearly interest on credit and loans (according to the law the lender must indicate the rate)||APR|
|computer banking from home||home banking|
|control of money, money management (including investment, banking, etc.); science of money management, money necessary to do something, provide money for something, raise money for; provide with funds, pay for, the money somebody has||finance|
|In the context of bookkeeping, refers to the ledger pages upon which various assets , liabilities , income, and expenses are represented., In the context of investment banking, refers to the status of securities sold and owned or the relationship betwe...||Account|
|person who works in a bank; cashier, teller, player in charge of bank, somebody senior in banking||banker|
|system of banking by telephone||telebanking|
|The legal barrier between banking and broker/dealer operations within a financial institution created to prevent the exchange of inside information .||Firewall|
|Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945), Geneticist, Nobel Prize winner for Medicine in 1933; American family of financiers and philanthropists, founders of the banking firm J.P. Morgan and Co.; male or female first name; family name, U.S. horse for hunting||Morgan|
|U.S. banking system||Federal Reserve System|
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