What Is Difference Between Commercial Bank And Co-operative Bank?


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A commercial bank is run for profit, whereas a co-operative bank is run for the benefit of its members. If you join a co-operative bank you have automatic voting rights at the AGM etc, whereas with a commercial one you would have to buy shares. Most of the co-ops were founded in the 19th century, often as building societies to help people save money to buy a house.

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