moneyman

noun
mon·​ey·​man | \ ˈmə-nē-ˌman How to pronounce moneyman (audio) \

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And those are just two of the lawyers who will be suing Epstein, a moneyman who was pals with President Donald Trump as well as former President Bill Clinton and other powerful people. NBC News, "A new New York law will enable Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims to sue for damages," 12 Aug. 2019 Ruth and Debbie could be just two odd-couple sides of the same coin, the brunet craftsman with highbrow directorial aspirations and her blond producer pal working cocktail meetings with slithery moneymen. Darren Franich, EW.com, "GLOW's Alison Brie and Betty Gilpin are one of the best TV duos of the decade — here's why," 19 July 2019 The veteran Florida moneyman and lobbyist has known Trump since the 1980s, represented him in Florida starting in 2013, and became a top fundraiser nationally for his presidential campaign. Tory Newmyer, Washington Post, "The Finance 202: 'Those people are getting paid:' Cohen's side work highlights how Trump allies are refilling swamp," 10 May 2018 Bond is sent off to beat moneyman Le Chiffre in high-stakes baccarat. Will Nevin, OregonLive.com, "TBT #32: Double shot of 007 coming this week from Dynamite," 21 Mar. 2018 This network is connected to a group of moneymen who may be living outside the country. Tassanee Vejpongsa, The Seattle Times, "Thai police arrest suspected kingpin of wildlife trafficking," 19 Jan. 2018 America has a volatile president, Hong Kong’s moneymen are concerned about Chinese meddling and there is turmoil in the Middle East. The Economist, "Keeping calm and carrying onBritish business marches cheerfully into the unknown," 9 Sep. 2017 The wider Democratic strategy also takes aim at GOP supply lines -- seeking to cut off or marginalize donors and fundraising sources, like conservative moneyman Richard Uihlein, with even indirect connections to Moore. Gregory Krieg, CNN, "Democrats might not win in Alabama, but they can't lose either," 11 Dec. 2017 Some fear that foreign moneymen are using sterling’s depreciation as an opportunity to asset-strip British firms. The Economist, "Keeping calm and carrying onBritish business marches cheerfully into the unknown," 9 Sep. 2017

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1845, in the meaning defined above

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moneyman

noun

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: a man who controls the use of large amounts of money

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