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financial institution
'Financial institution' is an organization that provides money-related services to individuals and corporations. Financial institution is a bank, trust company, national banking association, savings bank, industrial bank, private banker, foreign banking corporation, federal savings and loan association, a savings institution chartered and supervised as … Full Definition »

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