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banking

The placing of something of value in a repository for future withdrawal or retrieval.

banking

To place something of value in a repository for future withdrawal or retrieval. See Sperm banking.
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In the Polk County banking market, Wachovia is the third largest depository organization, controlling $746 million of deposits, which represents approximately 17.
When you calculate the expenses involved in banking, don't forget to include "opportunity costs.
Indian Retail Banking continues to redefine the credit growth in the country.
There will also be a realignment in the three banking groups: the city banks, which are commercial banks; the long-term credit banks; and the trust banks, which were enormously successful as a result of the bullish stock market of the 1980s and escalating real estate activity.
Bank, with total consolidated assets of approximately $612 million, (1) is the fourth largest commercial bank in Honduras and provides wholesale and retail banking services through a network of domestic branches.
In a May 1997 statement to the House Banking Committee, the General Accounting Office's chief economist, James Bothwell, reported: "GAO found that the potential benefits of mixing banking and commerce generally lacked empirical support or could be realized without removing the current restrictions.
Katherine Donohoe, manager of private banking for the Washington-based American Bankers Association.
2006 is crucial for the development of China's banking industry.
WHEN VANESSA AND CYRIL BRIGHT married last year, they merged their banking styles.
5) As required by the Bank Merger Act, reports on the competitive effects of the merger were requested from the United States Attorney General and relevant banking agencies.
Just a few years ago, experts predicted that Internet banking and mega-mergers would spell the doom of the community bank.
Consumer activists have created a fantasy world in which greed and racism have conspired to deny the poor traditional banking services.