bulge-bracket

bulge-bracket
bulge-bracket bulge-brac‧ket [ˈbʌldʒ ˌbrækt] adjective [only before a noun] BANKING
very large and successful - used especially about banks:

• The US investment banking industry has seen a lot of consolidation in recent years, with the development of a number of bulge-bracket banks.

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bulge-bracket UK US adjective [before noun] INFORMAL BANKING, FINANCE
used to describe the largest investment banks, whose clients are very large companies and very rich people: »

Huge fees were earned by the so-called bulge-bracket firms from their work on multi-billion dollar deals.

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bulge-bracket investment banks


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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