Crossword clues for depositor
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Depositor \De*pos"i*tor\ (d[-e]*p[o^]z"[i^]*t[~e]r), n. [L., fr. deponere. See Depone.] One who makes a deposit, especially of money in a bank; -- the correlative of depository.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1560s, agent noun in Latin form from deposit (v.).
n. A person who makes a deposit, especially a deposit of money in a bank
n. a person who has deposited money in a bank or similar institution
Usage examples of "depositor".
For the present, they need only serve our own depositors who are located outside of Middletown proper.
Concern for the reaction of their depositors seems to be a big factor, and another is the allegation that such loans would be a poor risk -- especially if the institution holds mortgages on other homes in the neighborhood.
A man making inquiries soon gets the impression that all clients, investors, and depositors are vicious racists and dangerous people to cross.
Such was the riot in Baltimore in the summer of 1835, when the Bank of Maryland collapsed and its depositors lost their savings.
The deregulation of the savings and loan banks begun in the Carter administration had continued under Reagan, leading to risky investments which drained the assets of the banks, leaving them owing billions of dollars to depositors, which the government had insured.
United States amounting to P150,000,000 of which P130,000,000 were to be used in paying depositors of the bank?
I am glad that none of the depositors of the bank can see them standing there, as such a scene is just naturally bound to make any depositor nervous.
The mill in Waterboro closed it doors and so did the bank, and here in Taft the bank is paying depositors 50 cents on the dollar and will close July 1.
A short while later the machine insisted that the person standing before the counter—name Flinx, given recorded name Philip Lynx, retina pattern so-and-so, pulse variables such and-such, heart configuration thus-and-that—was indeed a registered depositor at the King's Bank on Moth, in the city of Drallar, and that his present drawable balance as of this date was .
A short while later the machine insisted that the person standing before the counter-name Flinx, given recorded name Philip Lynx, retina pattern so-and-so, pulse variables such and-such, heart configuration thus-and-that-was indeed a registered depositor at the King's Bank on Moth, in the city of Drallar, and that his present drawable balance as of this date was .
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was established to protect depositors from losing their savings in the event of bank failure.
For my infinite good luck your fortune is intact,' said Blaine with a laugh, since at the very beginning of this prodigious voyage an exasperated Stephen had sent him a letter with a power of attorney, begging him to transfer his wealth from the huge, slow, impersonal, negligent but solvent London house that looked after it to a small country bank that ceased payment a few months later, the depositors getting fourpence in the pound - a letter that in his agitation he had failed to sign with anything but his Christian name.
Opposite me was the bank where I did business, and presently I crossed the street, and, going in with the crowd, stood in a recess of the wall looking on at the army of clerks handling money, and the cues of depositors at the tellers' windows.
O'Brian suggested a bank examiner might be able to figure a way to fiddle the books in order to show withdrawals taking place after rather than before a depositor died.
The Victoria guarantees the Ho-Pak's depositors, guarantees the Struan- General Stores takeover and guarantees to be in business for the next hundred and twenty years.