| A branch
||Refers to a retail location of a particular bank or any other financial institution that offers a wide array of face to face and automated services to customers. It can also refer to a subsidiary in a company context.
||Do they have an ATM service in their Montrouge branch ?
|A bank transfer
||An order given to a bank to transfer money from one account to another.
||I’ll pay with a bank transfer to make sure it is done.
|A bank/ banking account
||Refers to a financial account maintained by a financial institution for a customer that represents the customer’s funds and from which he can make withdrawals.
||I’ve recently opened a banking account with one of France’s premier banks.
|A banknote / a note / a bill
||Refers to a piece of printed paper that has a particular value of money.
||He had a bag full of banknotes worth 50 euros.
||A proof of payment, a banknote.
||Can you bring me the bill please?
||Refers to a person who buys and sells foreign money, shares in companies for other people.
||I called my broker for advice before investing in the stock market.
||A piece of paper from the bank which is worth the money you write in it.
||Can I write you a check for this?
|A checking account
||Refers to a bank account from which you can withdraw money at any time and that usually earns little or no interest.
||I’d like to deposit this money into my checking account.
||Refers to a book containing detachable blank cheques, issued by a bank to account holders to be used to deposit and withdraw money.
||I need to pay bills, but I can’t find my chequebook.
||Refers to a small, round piece of metal, usually silver or copper colored, that is used as money.
||I asked for £1 in 20 p coins.
|A credit card/ a visa card
||A card which you can pay with.
||Do you have a visa card?
|A deposit account
||Refers to a bank account that pays you interest, in which you usually leave money for a long time.
||Mary opened a deposit account because she plans to leave her money for a long period.
||Refers to a payment on behalf of the payer that is guaranteed by the issuing bank.
||The bank issued a draft on behalf of marc worth 100 euros.
||Refers to a book issue by a bank to account holders in order to maintain a record of bank transactions.
||Peter looked through his passbook to find the hundred-dollar charge.
||The official sheet indicating your salary.
||He is very happy as he finally got his payslip.
||Refers to grouping of financial assets such as stocks, bonds and cash equivalents.
||Portfolios are held directly by investors and managed by financial professionals.
||A small pouch of leather or plastic used for carrying money, typically by a woman.
||My mother bought me a leather purse for my wedding.
||A proof of payment.
||I always keep the receipt in case I’m asked to provide it in another shop.
|A transfer / wiring
||Refers to moving out a certain sum of money from one place to another or one account to another.
||I have to make a transfer of my rent to my landlord, so I am going to check with him for his account details.
||A pocket-sized flat folding case for holding money and plastic cards.
||He pulled out a big, fat wallet stuffed with bank notes.
||Refers to a record of money that has been deposited and money that has been withdrawn.
||I need to check my account to see if my salary has got credited.
||Refers to a figure representing the difference between credits and debits in an account or the amount of money held in an account.
||He held a healthy balance in his savings account.
||Refers to the amount of money paid by a customer for using a bank’s services
||You’ll pay some hefty bank charges if you go overdrawn without permission.
||An organization that buys and sells foreign money, shares in companies for other people
||An online brokerage is always helpful.
||Refers to money in the form of notes and coins, rather than cheques or credit cards.
||Do you have any cash with you ?
||Banknotes and coins.
||Are you paying by cash or card?
||Simply refer to money.
||I’m short of or low on funds at the moment.
|Instalment (UK) / Installment (US)
||Refers to one of the several parts of an amount of money owed that is to be repaid at different times until the whole sum is paid.
||For the next two years, I have to pay an installment of 200 euros every month to a bank that had financed my higher studies.
||An amount of money that you send to someone back in your home country.
||She sends a small remittance home to her parents every month.
||Refers to a sum or a value or a figure of money deposited or withdrawn.
||What amount of money did you winthdraw yesterday ?
|The savings bank
||Refers to a bank that only offers accounts where your money earns interest on saving.
||It’s too difficult to gain money from a savings bank but you can give it a shot.
||Refers to an employee of a bank or any similar institution who job includes the task of helping customers with their needs like depositing cheques, withdrawing money…
||The teller at the bank had asked for my account number.
|To amount to
||Refers to become a particular amount.
||Their annual fuel bills amounted to over £6,000.
|To arrive on time
||To meet the deadline.
||Her payment arrived on time so she was relieved.
|To charge fees
||To bill/invoice an amount of money.
||The advisor charged a very high fee for his intervention.
|To fill in / out a form
||Refers to completing a form by writing or entering details.
||She was to fill in the form for application of her loan by this friday but she missed the deadline as she was travelling.
|To owe something
||Refers to having to pay or give something to someone because they have lent money to you, or in exchange for something they have done for you.
||We still owe $1,000 to the bank for our car.
|To withdraw money
||Refers to taking out cash from your bank account.
||I would like to withdraw a hundred pounds from my account.