Definition of depositor
Origin of depositor
OTHER WORDS FROM depositornon·de·pos·i·tor, noun
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How to use depositor in a sentence
According to affected depositors, the total funds frozen could amount to tens of billions of yuan from tens of thousands of citizens.
The Central Bank continues to try to soothe investors and depositors’ worries.
Effectively, this is the gap between what a bank pays to depositors versus the interest rate it charges borrowers.It’s never been this expensive to finance a new coal power plant|Tim McDonnell|April 22, 2021|Quartz
The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation, a federal insurance agency, protects depositors and guarantees the settlement of insured funds when a financial institution can no longer repay their deposits.Nigerian digital bank Carbon hit $240M in payments processed last year, up 89% from 2019|Tage Kene-Okafor|February 1, 2021|TechCrunch
The first was a decline in interest rates that shrank the margin between what BofA collects on its loans and what it pays to depositors and savers.Bank of America just ended a weak quarter—but there were 3 little-noticed bright spots|Shawn Tully|October 18, 2020|Fortune
No depositor lost a single penny in insured deposits, despite the worst banking crisis since the early 1930s.
Unless the maker of a note is insolvent, a bank can never pay the unmatured note of a depositor.
The grain in the elevator may be delivered many times before a particular depositor makes his demand.
Each depositor thus retains title to some portion of the grain in the elevator.
That person is to be considered the depositor on whose behalf the deposit is made.
The Depositor (Payer) is bound before leaving the office to examine the entries sufficiently so as to see that they are correct.