verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Examples from the Web for financier
National Lesson: McAuliffe has been the financier for all the Clinton presidential campaigns.The Virginia Gubernatorial Race Proves the GOP Is Suicidal|Myra Adams|November 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As a financier associated with the 1990s and American based in London, Browder ticks a convenient amount of boxes for the Kremlin.
Arkady Gaydamak, a Russian-Israeli oilman and financier, explained his elite view of accumulating wealth to me in 2005.
Kate's little sister has been seen in London with financier James twice over the past few weeks, according to the UK Mirror.
The Texas financier Allen Stanford stands accused of a mere $7 billion racket.
One day I met the Kid there, looking for a dollar as hard as a financier.The Autobiography of a Thief|Hutchins Hapgood
Clark would not listen to Monsieur Vigo, and hence the financier had, perforce, to listen to Clark.The Crossing|Winston Churchill
He was radically different to the mental picture she had formed of the financier.Swirling Waters|Max Rittenberg
The sarcasm which the lawyer threw into the playful banter of his tone was not lost on the financier.The Root of Evil|Thomas Dixon
The summons came out of a clear sky and at first the American financier paid no attention to it.An African Adventure|Isaac F. Marcosson
British Dictionary definitions for financier
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.