from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A man who assesses or advises on economic policies and trends.
- n. Informal A man who manages the financial aspect of a business or an operation.
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- n. Someone tasked with handling money, often specifically a financier
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a person skilled in large scale financial transactions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person skilled in large scale financial transactions
He was known as a moneyman with no feel for the music side of the music business (various Warner sources call him a "" henchman, '' and even the company's corporate publicist laughingly admits he's looking like Darth Vader).
That the moneyman should be the one to fall on his sword was greeted with incredulity in the art world.
Nicknamed the "moneyman" by his friends, his job consists of picking up hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and paying it out to the 1,200 young Iraqi men, mainly Sunnis, who work for his unit.
"So you have done with the tunnel," said the cashier, or the "moneyman," as they called him.
But since he's the current head of the Church, he's just a "moneyman" to them.
This news comes on the heels of a very significant legal victory by former Ave Maria School of Law professor Stephen Safranek who accepted a settlement offer in his October 2007 wrongful termination suit against Ave Maria moneyman and controlling power Tom Monaghan, the Ave Maria Foundation, the Law School, and former AMSL Dean and President Bernard Dobranski — see Safranek Wins Settlement from Ave Maria and Monaghan for details.
It's also why he has handed over to Shaw the building staff's retirement account, so the moneyman can work his magic.
* Bill Stern: Stern is a moneyman in South Carolina who served as finance chairman for McCain's presidential bids as well as former Gov.
Although his philanthropy and fierce rhetoric and political activism clearly mark the billionaire moneyman on the left, Strom is averse to putting an ideological label on Soros.
But behind the scenes is liberal moneyman George Soros, who has provided $45 million in grants to groups like Justice at Stake and the left-wing People for the American Way that press for an end to judicial elections.