n.) One who conducts the business of banking; one who, individually, or as a member of a company, keeps an establishment for the deposit or loan of money, or for traffic in money, bills of exchange, etc
He is an able banker.
That banker is really on the ball.
We consult a banker about our money.
His daughter was betrothed to a banker.
He has applied to the banker for a loan.
The banker was a tubby, jolly-looking man.
He learned his trade as a banker in London.
There is nothing of the banker in his bearing.
It made sense to appoint a banker to this job.
Some liberal investment banker from Scarsdale?
The banker chuckled and said, “Of course not.”.
He didn’t fit the conventional image of a banker.
She was a successful banker by the time she was forty.
The banker keeps the money tucked safely under his bed.
He was until very recently the most powerful banker in the city.
Salomon was our investment banker, and its service was excellent.
A plot to assassinate the banker has been uncovered by the police.
The investment banker was a breed apart, a member of a master race of deal makers.
The part of the Conservative is played by the banker who sold the victim this placebo.
He was a spectacularly successful investment banker and pioneer in investment analysis.
Seldom has a central banker looked more secure in his war against marauding politicians.