Bank Trust Department

Business / Finance / Bank Trust Department: Bank department that deals with estates, administers trusts, and provides services such as estate planning advice to its clients.

Other Words for Department

Department Noun Synonyms: responsibility, concern, worry, sphere, bailiwick, jurisdiction, domain, control, area or sphere of influence or activity
Department Verb Synonyms: division, subdivision, branch, office, bureau, section, segment, unit, part
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Other Words for Trust

Trust Noun Synonyms: confidence, reliance, faith, conviction, certitude, certainty, sureness, positiveness, assurance, belief
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Nondiscretionary Trust

Business / Finance / Nondiscretionary Trust: A personal trust whose trustee has no discretion in deciding how income will be distributed to the beneficiary. MORE

Open-End Trust Deed

Business / Real Estate / Open-End Trust Deed: An expandable loan in which the borrower is given a limit up to which he or she may borrow, with each incremental advance to be secured by the same trust deed. MORE

Paid Leave Bank

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Paid Leave Bank: A benefit program granting employees a bank consisting of a specific number of paid days that can be used for absences related to sickness, vacation or personal reasons. MORE

Paris Interbank Offer Rate (PIBOR)

Business / Finance / Paris Interbank Offer Rate (PIBOR): The deposit rate on interbank transactions in the Eurocurrency market quoted in Paris. MORE

Nonbank Banks

Business / Taxes / Nonbank Banks: Nonbank banks, also called limited-service banks, offer some but not all of the services of a traditional commercial bank. They're typically owned by companies, including insurance companies, brokerag MORE

National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB)

Health / Health Insurance / National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB): A database maintained by the federal government that contains information on physicians and other medical practitioners against whom medical malpractice claims have been settled or other disciplinary MORE

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