n. A strong, thin writing paper commonly used for typewriting and correspondence.
Bank paper is a thin strong writing paper of less than 50g/m commonly used for typewriting and correspondence.
Bank paper are also securities which banks instead of governments issue. See also Commercial paper, securities issued by corporations.
Category:Printing and writing paper
Usage examples of "bank paper".
We've got hotshot hustlers who deal in bank paper, tax shelters, penny stocks, commodity straddles, mortgages and things like that.
We are to be ruined now by a deluge of bank paper, as we were formerly by the old Continental paper.
Armstrong only through his connection with the bank, where the children's money was largely invested, and through an ugly story about the son, Arnold Armstrong, who was reported to have forged his father's name, for a considerable amount, to some bank paper.