Bank examiner



a public official appointed under U.S. state or federal laws to inspect and audit the operations and accounts of banks in the examiner’s jurisdiction.
Historical Examples

The bank examiner, Gard recalled, had steadily given the Second National a clean bill of health.
Uncle Sam Detective William Atherton Du Puy

By my authority as bank examiner, I order this place cleared!
When Egypt Went Broke Holman Day

I would send the porter with you but he is sick, and the others are very busy, with the bank examiner in charge.
Dick the Bank Boy Frank V. Webster

She held it forward in her shaking hands for the inspection of the bank examiner.
When Egypt Went Broke Holman Day

I begin to see what you are hinting at—he is no bank examiner at all, but the officer Mr. Gibbs said he would have to send for!
Dick the Bank Boy Frank V. Webster

Then the bank examiner delivered the crusher that he had been holding in reserve.
When Egypt Went Broke Holman Day

The bank examiner changed his position, and leaned his chin upon his other hand.
Roads of Destiny O. Henry

The bank examiner and the cashier were down early to breakfast.
When Egypt Went Broke Holman Day

This latter was the account that had dwelt in the mind of Newton, the bank examiner.
Uncle Sam Detective William Atherton Du Puy

Beware of hasty deductions—as the bank examiner told the cashier.
Stepsons of Light Eugene Manlove Rhodes

Tagged:

Read Also:

  • Bank giro

    noun a British giro system operated by clearing banks to enable customers to pay sums of money to others by credit transfer

  • Bankhead

    Tallulah (Brockman) [tuh-loo-luh brok-muh n] /təˈlu lə ˈbrɒk mən/ (Show IPA), 1903–68, U.S. actress (daughter of William Brockman Bankhead). William Brockman, 1874–1940, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1936–40. Historical Examples I received letters a few days ago from Mr. Bankhead and Anne. The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson Compiled From Family Letters and Reminiscences […]



  • Bank holiday

    a weekday on which banks are closed by law; legal holiday. British. a secular day on which banks are closed, obligations then falling due being performable on the following secular day. Contemporary Examples In the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 7, FDR proclaimed a four day bank holiday. What Obama and McCain Can Learn […]

  • Bank indicator

    a flight instrument that measures the angle of roll about an aircraft’s horizontal axis, thereby indicating whether or not the aircraft is skidding or slipping. Historical Examples The turn and bank indicator also reads from zero, and deviates from zero when the plane dips. Famous Flyers David Goodger (goodger@python.org) The turn and bank indicator was […]



Disclaimer: Bank examiner definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.