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Introducing the Financial Jargon Buster

- Published on 11th March 2017

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Are you having trouble understanding financial technical terms? We’ve created an A-Z Glossary to explain them in a simple, understandable way. Introducing the Leftover Currency financial jargon buster.

A-Z Glossary for financial jargon terms

Based on our customer’s feedback, we have put together a handy list of financial jargon terms in an alphabetical order. That way you don’t have to consult a dictionary to look up the meaning of these, often difficult, industry terms.

Here is where you can find the A-Z glossary list explaining financial jargon terms:

From 'AML' ...

AML stands for Anti Money Laundering. The term is mainly used in American English. It is the equivalent of the British English term MLR, which stands for Money Laundering Regulations. Read more

... to 'Z serial'

On Euro banknotes, Z is the national identifying code for notes issued by Belgium. The national identifying code is a single capitalised letter that precedes the serial number on the banknote. Read moreAZ glossary letter CThe link to the A-Z Glossary of financial terms can be found on any page on the Leftover Currency site, in the footer section on the bottom. Are there any financial terms you want us to add to the list? Feel free to let us know via the contact form.


Mario Van Poppel

Mario Van Poppel is the founder and director of Leftover Currency. What started as a hobby, collecting world banknotes, evolved into a fulltime job, running a successful online bureau de change. Mario is still a collector of pre-Euro banknotes and a member of the IBNS.