Questions to ask a banker before investing
A private bank, managing other people's assets rarely takes a large commission. Often we are talking about 1-2% per annum of the size of the assets. The proposal looks tempting,…

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Commercial Bank
Credit organizations are divided into banks and non-bank credit organizations. The latter can only perform individual banking transactions. A commercial bank is an organization created primarily for the accumulation of…

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Interesting facts about loans and banks

Modern Russians have long appreciated all the delights of loans that can be taken at any time, in virtually any amount, for any time frame and with minimal interest rates. You can buy immediately and anything, depending on the desires. The money, naturally, will have to be given later, including a small percentage. Without interest there is no sense of crediting, and therefore it is an integral part of any loan. But these are everyday, well-known realities, and we would like to tell you about the most incredible stories about lending, for example, in ancient Egypt, for example, a special form of a loan agreement was distributed. 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

Questions about offshore banking and offshore banking
Offshore banks and offshore banking raise many questions: what is offshore banking and how are offshore banks different from normal? What are the advantages of an offshore bank and what…

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