British term for an investment bank.
This is a specialist bank which deals in foreign exchange and advises large companies on mergers, takeovers, raising capital and so on.
A financial institution that specialises in the structuring and arranging of various financial transactions for companies and projects.
A bank that works with businesses to give them the ability to offer merchant accounts. They take care of charging the customer and funding the merchant account holder.
The bank that holds a merchant account for merchants. Once a consumer purchases a product using a credit card, the merchant bank places funds into the merchant account in exchange for the right to collect the debt owed by said consumer.
A financial institution that engages in investment banking functions, such as advising clients in mergers and acquisitions, underwriting securities and taking debt or equity positions.
A financial institution specializing in advising and arranging finance for companies.
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A bank that deals in corporate finance rather than domestic bank accounting.
A financial institution that provides credit card processing accounts for merchants. Also referred to as an acquiring bank or an acquirer, the bank receives funds from a cardholder when a credit card transaction is completed, and then deposits the payment amount, less any fees, into the merchant's business checking account.
Specialized bank offering investment services, corporate advice, trade and project finance, exchange rate dealing, etc to clients worldwide. It also acts as an issuing house for stocks and bonds, and advises companies involved in mergers.
A firm investing its own fund for its own account, often acquiring controlling interest in a company.
a bank that deals mostly in long term corporate loans and underwriting, often with an emphasis on international finance
a bank that service but the number that will is growing
a firm that provides investment banking services and makes direct investments, typically private equity or mezzanine financing
a licensed Foreign Exchange Dealer by the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago
a service that gives merchants the ability to perform real-time credit card processing
The bank that provided the merchant account to a merchant, thereby giving the merchant the means to accept credit cards from his customers.
Your banking or financial institution that provides merchant services, including Visa acceptance services (also: Acquirer, Financial Institution).
(Acquiring Bank, Aquirer). A Visa / Master Card Affiliated Bank or Bank/Processor alliance that processes credit card transactions for business. Merchant Bank is responsible for depositing the funds into your checking account.
see acquiring bank.
Also known as the Acquiring Financial institution since it acquirers merchant business by supplying the merchant with the means to accept credit cards for payment. The financial institution will charge the merchant a fee for providing these services.
The bank that enables its merchants to accept credit card payments from its customers. A merchant must have an account with this bank.
the bank that has entered into an agreement with a merchant to accept deposits generated by credit card transactions-enables merchant to accept credit cards
A bank that holds the merchant account. After a consumer buys a product using a credit card, the merchant bank places funds into a merchant account in exchange for the right to collect on the debt owed by a consumer.
The bank that holds the merchant account. When someone buys a product and/or service from a merchant, the merchant bank will place the needed funds into a merchant account in exchange for the right to collect the debt that is owned by the purchasing consumer.
A bank that has entered into an agreement with a merchant to process bank card transactions, also called the acquirer or acquiring bank.
a bank that lends and also provides other financial services
A European form of an investment bank.
Bank that has a merchant agreement with a merchant to accept (acquire) deposits generated by bankcard transactions.
the bank, which offers merchant accounts.
A credit card processing bank; merchants receive credit for credit card receipts less a processing fee. Source: Dictionary.com
a financial institution that helps the merchant fulfill Visa card payments from customers.
A specialist bank that trades in money, securities and the futures market rather than using its own funds to arrange finance between various institutions.
A bank that provides merchant accounts that giver merchants the ability to accept credit cards.
A financial institution that enters into agreements with merchants to accept Visa cards as payment for goods and services; also called acquirers or acquiring banks.
When a credit card authorization is processed, the first stop is the bank where the online store has a merchant account. This bank is the merchant's bank.
A financial institution whose financial business gradually evolved from its merchant business. The merchant banker's local knowledge of the countries with which they traded made them specialists in estimating the creditworthiness of their customers, which in turn enabled them to accept bills of exchange and arrange loans at the request of foreign traders. Their business has extended beyond normal banking transactions to include dealings in foreign exchange, the issue of long-term loans for governments and companies abroad, advice to companies, underwriting of new issues, management of takeover bids, engagement in insurance business, investment trust management, etc. See also investment bank. Français: Banque d'affaires Español: Banco comercial, banco de inversiones, banco de negocios
The financial institution selected by the merchant where their business checking account will be maintained. This account is used for all debits and credits to be processed for the merchant account.
The bank that provides merchant accounts to merchants, thereby giving the merchants the ability to accept credit cards.
A financial institution that specialises in the managing the plethora of financial transactions, catering specifically for companies.
A bank which deals mostly in (but is not limited to) international finance, long term loans to companies, and underwriting. Merchant banks do not provide normal banking services to the general public.
A British term for a bank that specializes not in lending out its own funds, but in providing various financial services such as accepting bills arising out of trade, underwriting new issues, and providing advice on acquisitions, mergers, foreign exchange, portfolio management, etc.
A banking company that handles corporate transactions. A merchant bank enables a business to receive and clear credit card transactions on line. A merchant bank is the one who actually transfers money from a buyer's account to a seller's account as a result of goods or services being sold.
A bank that has entered into an agreement with a merchant to accept deposits generated by bankcard transactions; also called the acquirer or acquiring bank.
In banking, a merchant bank is a traditional term for an Investment Bank. It can also be used to describe the private equity activities of banking. This article is about the history of banking as developed by merchants, from the Middle Ages onwards.