Clearing house US; - office

Clearing house US; - office
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  • Clearing House, California — Clearing House   Unincorporated community   …   Wikipedia

  • clearing house — n 1.) a central office where banks exchange cheques and other financial documents 2.) an office that receives and gives out or sells information or goods for several other organizations ▪ a clearing house for data on comets and asteroids …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Clearing House Association, LLC — The Clearing House Association, LLC is the nation’s oldest banking association representing 17 of the world s largest commercial banks, which collectively employ over 2 million people and hold more than half of all U.S. deposits. It is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Clearing House Interbank Payments System — The Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS) is the main privately held clearing house for large value transactions in the United States, settling well over US$1 trillion a day in around 250,000 interbank payments. Together with the… …   Wikipedia

  • clearing house — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms clearing house : singular clearing house plural clearing houses 1) an organization that collects and provides information on a particular subject 2) a central office that carries out the business that major… …   English dictionary

  • clearing house — noun (C) a central office that deals with financial affairs of clearing banks …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • clearing house — / klɪərɪŋ haυs/ noun a central office where clearing banks exchange cheques, or where stock exchange or commodity exchange transactions are settled …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • clearing-house — clear·ing house or clear·ing·house (klîrʹĭng hous ) n. An office where banks exchange checks and drafts and settle accounts. * * * …   Universalium

  • clearing house — /ˈklɪərɪŋ haʊs/ (say klearring hows) noun 1. a place or institution where mutual claims and accounts are settled, as between banks. 2. a central office for receiving and distributing information …  

  • Publishers Clearing House — Infobox Company company name = Publishers Clearing House company company type = Private foundation = 1953, Port Washington, New York location = key people = Robin B. Smith, Chairman Andrew Goldberg, President and CEO Deborah Holland, Executive… …   Wikipedia

  • New York Clearing House — The New York Clearing House Association, the nation’s first and largest bank clearing house, was created in 1853, and has played a variety of important roles in supporting the development of the banking system in America’s financial capital.… …   Wikipedia

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