- a person skilled or engaged in managing large financial operations, whether public or corporate.
- to finance.
- to act as a financier.
Origin of financier
Examples from the Web for financier
One with a toned figure, black suit and dark sunglasses looks more like a US Secret Service agent than a financier.Inside New York’s Most Powerful Diner
October 31, 2014
National Lesson: McAuliffe has been the financier for all the Clinton presidential campaigns.The Virginia Gubernatorial Race Proves the GOP Is Suicidal
November 5, 2013
As a financier associated with the 1990s and American based in London, Browder ticks a convenient amount of boxes for the Kremlin.Putin Needs an Enemy After Berezovsky’s Death
March 25, 2013
Arkady Gaydamak, a Russian-Israeli oilman and financier, explained his elite view of accumulating wealth to me in 2005.21st Century Cronyism: Quite a Profitable Game!
March 18, 2013
Kate's little sister has been seen in London with financier James twice over the past few weeks, according to the UK Mirror.Pippa Middleton's New Man is St Barth's Heir
October 29, 2012
For a time the financier sat in deep thought, then he looked at Linda.Her Father's Daughter
In 1834, Mr. Mygatt became a financier, which may be said to be his profession.Cleveland Past and Present
The financier is the people, and prevents Chase from ruining the country.Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863
Financier thinks that any train, met for the second time, is not to be counted.A Tangled Tale
Harry rose also, but lifted his hand to arrest the financier.Stories of a Western Town
- a person who is engaged or skilled in large-scale financial operations
Word Origin and History for financier
1610s, "one concerned with finances" (especially public), from French financier (16c.), agent noun from finance (see finance (n.)). Sense of "capitalist" is first recorded 1867.