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A regional term for a drug financier who assumes little risk of arrest, as he or she operates at arm’s length from the retail aspect of the enterprise.
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Private bankers simplify a customer's financial life through providing a single point of contact to banking services and various financial areas, such as estate planning, trust planning and investment strategies.