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  • n. Plural form of nonbanker.


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  • The board of each has three directors representing local commercial banks, three nonbankers chosen by banks, and three directors picked by the Fed in Washington.

    Battle Inside Fed Rages Over Bank Regulation

  • Sands: Bringing banking into the political limelight is not a bad thing, because it makes both bankers and nonbankers aware of the crucial role banks play in an economy — they're vital to prosperity and growth, but if things go wrong they also cause huge problems.

    Gauging the New Normal

  • Both bankers and nonbankers lost sight of how critical that role is.

    Gauging the New Normal

  • By law, regional Fed bank directors are divided into three classes: three bankers chosen by local bankers, three nonbankers chosen by local bankers and three representatives of the public selected by the Fed Board of Governors in Washington.

    New York Fed Chairman to Step Down by Year's End

  • The UBS board consists mainly of nonbankers such as Ernesto Bertarelli, former owner of Swiss biotech firm Serono SA and Helmut Panke, former CEO of German car maker BMW AG.

    UBS Opens Discussions

  • Tension, pitifully lacking in the first two thirds of this grand adventure for MBAs, finally arrives, but nonbankers will probably have bailed out by then.

    The Month of The Leopard: Summary and book reviews of The Month of The Leopard by James Harland.

  • For a start, it's banking as envisaged by nonbankers. Top Stories

  • Reserve Bank boards consist of nine members: six serving as representatives of nonbanking enterprises and the public (nonbankers) and three as representatives of banking. News

  • a former executive at Morgan Stanley who was also elected Wednesday, the UBS board consists of nonbankers.

    UBS Holders Score Win


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