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Question 1: Certain financier avenues do require degrees and licenses including venture capitalists, stockbrokers, public treasurers, trust fund managers, and ________.
AccountantCertified Public AccountantChartered AccountantManagement accounting

Question 2: The term financier has upscale and haughty connotations, and the ________ portrayed by the term is typically of a wealthy and powerful person.
StereotypeRacismEthnic cleansingAntisemitism

Question 3: The term financier can also refer to a member of the Italian ________.
Border guardState Border Guard Service (Lithuania)Federal Police (Germany)Guardia di Finanza

Question 4: By today's standards both a ________ and a stockbroker could then be considered financiers.
Certified Public AccountantManagement accountingChartered AccountantAccountant

Question 5: The term is French, and derives from ________ or payment.
Bond (finance)DebtFinancial marketFinance

Question 6: Financier (pronounced /fɪnənˈsɪər/; French pronunciation: [finãˈsje]) is a term for a person who handles typically large sums of money, usually involving money lending, financing projects, large-scale ________, or large-scale money management.
InvestmentFinanceBond (finance)Stock

Question 7: Investing, on the other hand, has no requirements and is open to all by means of the ________ or by word of mouth requests for money.
Technical analysisStock exchangeEfficient-market hypothesisStock market

Question 8: A financier today can be someone who makes their living from investments, particularly in investing in up and coming companies and ________.
Companies lawCorporate lawBusinessCorporation







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