financial institution definition

  • noun:
    • an institution (general public or private) that collects resources (from general public or any other organizations) and invests them in financial possessions
    • an institution (community or private) that gathers funds (through the general public or other establishments) and invests them in monetary assets
    • an institution (general public or private) that gathers resources (through the public or other organizations) and invests them in economic possessions
    • an institution (community or personal) that collects resources (from general public or other organizations) and invests them in monetary assets
    • an institution (public or private) that collects resources (from the general public or other organizations) and invests all of them in economic possessions
    • an institution (public or exclusive) that gathers funds (through the general public or any other institutions) and invests all of them in economic assets
    • an institution (community or private) that collects funds (from the general public or any other institutions) and invests them in monetary possessions
    • an institution (public or personal) that gathers funds (through the public or any other institutions) and invests them in economic possessions

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