Sweden and the Netherlands demand to disclose the clients of the Swiss UBS
It recently emerged that Sweden and the Netherlands filed administrative requests with the Swiss authorities asking them to state the names of their citizens who own accounts at UBS in…

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Ways to prevent bankruptcy of commercial banks in Russia
During the years of the crisis, which has lasted since 2014, the financial and economic sector has been severely shaken. After the introduction of restrictive sanctions, the deterioration of the…

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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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Types of money
Money currently exists in the form of cash and non-cash money. Cash exists in the form of coins, banknotes (credit money, bank notes) and treasury notes. Sometimes cash also includes…

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The banking crisis in Europe: Deutsche Bank is just the tip of the iceberg

The banking crisis in Europe is gaining momentum. And although the facts of this destructive process are hidden, more and more moments become visible to others. This was particularly vividly illustrated by the example of Deutsche Bank, which received several blows from different sides at once.
However, it is only the tip of the iceberg, visible to the whole problem, while almost every bank in Europe is in a risky situation.
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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