Bankable

Bancable

Le mot bancable "déclinaison de banque et du suffixe able" est un terme issu du vocabulaire financier et commercial, un titre bancable est un effet de commerce réescomptable par un établissement financier auprès d’une banque centrale ce qui a pour effet de réduire le risque.

Afin de pouvoir réescompter un effet de commerce, la banque centrale doit fixer un Taux d'escompte.

Bankable

Ce terme a été depuis récupéré dans d’autres disciplines et d’autres jargons, notamment le jargon cinématographique, ainsi un acteur bankable est un acteur sûr et dont le seul nom garantit le succès d’un film auprès du public.

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  • bankable — ☆ bankable [baŋk′ə bəl ] adj. 1. acceptable to a bank 2. that is likely to attract investment [a bankable motion picture star] …   English World dictionary

  • Bankable — Bank a*ble (b[a^][ng]k [.a]*b l), a. Receivable at a bank. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bankable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ certain to bring profit and success …   English terms dictionary

  • bankable — adjective Date: 1818 1. acceptable to or at a bank < bankable currency > 2. sure to bring in a profit < Hollywood s most bankable star Sidney Sheldon > • bankability noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • bankable — [[t]bæ̱ŋkəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n In the entertainment industry, someone or something that is described as bankable is very popular and therefore likely to be very profitable. ...the movies which made him the most bankable child star in… …   English dictionary

  • bankable — adjective informal a bankable person or quality is likely to help you get money, success etc: They need a bankable star for the movie …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bankable — adjective a) Acceptable to a bank. a bankable check b) Believed to be certain to bring profit and success (especially in the entertainment industry) …   Wiktionary

  • bankable — bank|a|ble [ˈbæŋkəbəl] adj likely to be profitable or make a lot of money ▪ Hollywood s most bankable stars …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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