adviser


adviser
adviser ad‧vis‧er [ədˈvaɪzə ǁ -ər] also advisor noun [countable]
JOBS an expert who gives information to someone so that they are able to make a good decision
ˌindependent fiˌnancial adˈviser abbreviation IFA FINANCE
in Britain, someone whose job is selling investment products like pension S and life insurance from different companies, rather than someone selling the investment products of one company. However, some financial services companies have IFAs who sell their own company's products as well as those of other companies:

• An independent financial adviser can pick a pension plan to suit you from a wide range.

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adviser UK US (also advisor) /ədˈvaɪzər/ noun [C]
someone whose job is to give advice about something, for example, to a company or government: adviser to sb/sth »

He has remained active in politics and is now a top adviser to the government.

economic/financial adviser »

He served as international economic adviser in the White House.

mortgage/financial/policy etc. adviser »

A mortgage adviser will be able to look at rates for you.

See also INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISER(Cf. ↑independent financial adviser)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Adviser — Ad*vis er, n. One who advises. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adviser — index accessory, accomplice, advocate (counselor), arbiter, counsel, counselor, esquire, informant …   Law dictionary

  • adviser — (n.) 1610s, agent noun from ADVISE (Cf. advise) (v.). Meaning military person sent to help a government or army in a foreign country is recorded from 1915. Alternative form, Latinate advisor, is perhaps a back formation from ADVISORY (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • adviser — (also advisor) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ chief, principal, senior, special, top ▪ the government s chief economic adviser ▪ close …   Collocations dictionary

  • adviser — n. also: advisor 1) an economic; financial; legal; political; senior; spiritual; technical adviser 2) an adviser on; to (an adviser on foreign affairs; an adviser to the president) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • adviser */*/ — UK [ədˈvaɪzə(r)] / US [ədˈvaɪzər] noun [countable] Word forms adviser : singular adviser plural advisers someone whose job is to give advice on subjects they know a lot about, for example politics or financial matters the Prime Minister s… …   English dictionary