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high financenoun [U]

uk   us   FINANCE
the ​activities of ​lending, ​investing, and ​borrowing very large ​amounts of ​money: Mr Erdman was an ​expert on high ​finance who once was the ​CEO of a Swiss ​bank. He is a ​novice in the ​world of high ​finance and has a spotty ​record in ​mergers and acquisitions.
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