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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 its three main areas--central bank assistance, banking supervision, and financial stability--the BIS has played a crucial role in the evolution of today's global financial system.
In evaluating financial factors in expansion proposals by banking organizations, the Board reviews the financial condition of the organizations involved on both a parent-only and consolidated basis, as well as the financial condition of the subsidiary banks and significant nonbanking operations.
It's not surprising that African Americans are more wary of banking electronically than other consumers.
Internet banking, telephone banking and ATM's are all new means of making the banking process even more convenient for customers.
BISYS' Information Services group supports approximately 1,450 banks, insurance companies, and corporations with information processing and imaging solutions, turnkey asset retention solutions, and specialized corporate banking solutions.
In the international banking arena, Bradeso has operations in Argentina, The Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Japan, Luxembourg, and the United States (Bradesco Securities, Inc.).
The difference between conventional banking and check cashing explains why a Fleet Bank opening across the street didn't cut into Consiglio's business.
As FBILA looks to the future, a return to the early 1990s Wild West robbery days seems unlikely considering the now-highly coordinated efforts of FBILA, local law enforcement, and the Southern California banking community.
In the banking world, there is a crucial difference between confidentiality and secrecy.
"Some clients are very excited about electronic banking, while others could care less," says CPA Lamar Stoltzfus, one of 17 partners with Beard & Co.
Talk of a global regulatory system was bandied about by heavy hitters ranging from Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin to billionaire currency speculator George Soros, with Soros going so far as to assert that "the private sector is ill-suited to allocate international credit" and proposing an international oversight agency to help stabilize the world's banking system.