What Is The Meaning of Financial Institutions?


Financial Institutions



Financial institutions: Financial institutions are business organizations who act as mobilizes of depositaries of savings and suppliers of credit and finance. These institutions provide various financial services to the business organizations and common people. Financial institutions can be divided into banking and non-banking institutions. Banking institutions deal in assets such as deposits, loans, securities etc. and non financial institutions deal in real assets such as equipments, stock of goods and real estate. Their activities may be general or special. These institutions participate in the economy’s payment mechanism by providing transaction services. Money supply and credit.




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