Money Centre Bank

   A large bank that lends to and borrows from governments, organizations and other banks, as opposed to consumers.

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money centre bank UK US noun [C] UK (US money center bank)
BANKING in the US, a large bank or financial organization that lends money only to big businesses, governments, and other banks: »

The money centre bank reported its own huge first-quarter earnings.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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