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financier

[ fin-uhn-seer, fahy-nuhn-; British fi-nan-see-er ]
/ ˌfɪn ənˈsɪər, ˌfaɪ nən-; British fɪˈnæn si ər /
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noun
a person skilled or engaged in managing large financial operations, whether public or corporate.
verb (used with object)
to finance.
verb (used without object)
to act as a financier.
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Origin of financier

From French, dating back to 1610–20; see origin at finance, -ier2
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British Dictionary definitions for financier

financier
/ (fɪˈnænsɪə, faɪ-) /

noun
a person who is engaged or skilled in large-scale financial operations
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