English version

back office

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishback officeˈback ˌoffice noun [countable]  the department of a bank or other financial institution that manages or organizes the work of the institution, but that does not deal with customersback-office adjective [only before noun] back-office operations
Examples from the Corpus
back officeAnd when I ran mortgages, I religiously took people from the back office.She liked to stick around, see the results, maybe enjoy some off-camera larks in the back office.The first traders had their origin, like Lewie, in the back office.In 1979 Tom Kendall joined the desk from Wharton, with a brief intervening stop in the back office.
From Longman Business Dictionaryback officeˌback ˈoffice [singular] FINANCE the department of a financial institution that does work connected with managing and organizing the work of the institution, rather than the actual work of trading, working with clients etcBack office problems led to a suspension of trading. office
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.
Word of the day luck out to be lucky