Commercial banks, Managerial Economics

Commercial Banks

A Commercial Bank is a financial institution which undertakes all kinds of ordinary banking business like accepting deposits, advancing loans and is a member of the clearing house i.e. operates or has a current account with the Central Bank.  They are sometimes known as Joint Stock Banks.

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