discount house; bill broker

discount house; bill broker

фр. opérateur principal du marché (OPM); maison de réescompte

исп. casa de descuento

учетный дом; «вексельный» брокер

Посредник между центральным банком и банковской системой, обеспечивающий ликвидность и эффективность функционирования денежного рынка. Существует в Великобритании, во Франции, в Южной Африке и Сингапуре; в США отсутствует. В Великобритании учетный дом по размерам превосходит «вексельного» брокера. Во Франции роль основного посредника играет главный брокер (OPM — opérateur principal du marché), который может действовать на межбанковском рынке как учетный дом (maison de réescompte) или любая другая финансовая организация. В качестве примеров можно назвать банк Лионский кредит, Парижский национальный банк и Кассу депозитов и консигнаций.

Финансы и долги. — М.: Весь мир. 1997.

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  • Discount House — Primarily operating in the United Kingdom, a firm that buys, sells, discounts and/or negotiates bills of exchange or promissory notes. This is generally performed on a large scale with transactions that also include government bonds and treasury… …   Investment dictionary

  • discount house — 1. Also called discount store. a store that sells much of its merchandise at a price below the usual price. 2. Brit. See bill broker. [1945 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • bill broker — / bɪl ˌbrəυkə/ noun a discount house, a firm which buys and sells bills of exchange for a fee …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • discount broker — A brokerage house featuring relatively low commission rates in comparison to a full service broker. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See broker. * * * discount broker discount broker ➔ broker1 * * * discount broker UK US noun [C] ► STOCK MARK …   Financial and business terms

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  • discountbroker — discount broker n. 1. An agent who discounts a bill, note, or other commercial paper. 2. A stockbroker or brokerage house that gives a discount on commission fees.   discount brokerage n. * * * …   Universalium

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