The science of management of money and other assets. (noun)
the monetary resources, especially those of a public entity or a company. (noun)
To provide or obtain funding for a transaction or undertaking; to back; to support. (verb)
Examples of word finance
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He has conducted the king's affairs in a manner so contrary to that of his predecessors that he is at this moment suspected by the clergy, hateful to the grandees of the state, hounded to the death by the heads of finance (_la haute finance_), dishonored amongst the magistracy.
For example, someone who has come up through finance and wants to move into manufacturing, how can they show their company that what they have worked on in finance is applicable to what they want to do in [another area]?
One of the most difficult things in finance is for a depreciated currency to recover the former value.
The package is viewed in Copenhagen as a sign of goodwill on longer-term finance, which is a core part of an overall deal for rolling back climate change under a post-2012 planet-wide pact.