Offshore World Bank Almanac - Canada
Canada is not a traditional offshore jurisdiction. Taxes in Canada are higher than in the US, and you are unlikely to open an account in Canada remotely without special knowledge…

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Interesting facts about the banks of the world
The more familiar word "bank" originated in Italy. The indigenous population gave usurers securities and money in the hope of their return. If the money changers went bankrupt, then they…

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Theoretical aspects of cash and settlement services for individuals and legal entities

The banking system is a combination of credit institutions and various types of national banks operating through a monetary mechanism.
Commercial banks are banks, service organizations, as well as their customers.
Commercial banks, and in particular, Sberbank of Russia, plays an important role in implementing the policy of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, ensuring compliance with the amount of cash in circulation, managing inflation, the ruble exchange rate, maintaining stability of monetary circulation in the country, the level of employment, and maintaining normal economic growth.  Continue reading

Currency operations of commercial banks and their role in economic development

In the conditions of transition of the economy to market relations and the development of the banking system, the development and improvement of currency operations of commercial banks is of particular importance.
It should be noted that in the world economy there is a constant overflow of money capital, where the core of financial flows is the sphere of material production and the direction of these flows is primarily affected by the state of the economy, mutual liberalization of trade between countries, etc. Continue reading

World banking systems
In world practice there are the following banking systems: 1) two-level: 1st level - Central Bank, 2nd level - commercial banks; 2) a decentralized banking system of the United States…

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