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What Are The Types Of Financial Institutions?

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mahendra kumar answered
There are basically two types of Financial Institutions with respect to the Government; those that fall under direct state authority and those that are private. Another basis of classification would be based on the institutions that are mainly involved in traditional banking activities related to deposits and the issuance of loans and those that are concerned primarily with loans, insurance, finance and credit, mortgage, stock and other functions related to the World of finance.

The major difference in the above mentioned institutions is their modus operandi in the issuance of loans or the way in which finance is generated. State run institutions generate the resources from deposits and sale of shares; while private institutions generally act as intermediaries in generating finance by offering investment opportunities to people or establishments with excess capital and thus making it easy for companies and businesses to obtain the necessary funds.

The financial institutions based on the service that they offer may be broadly classified as follows
1. Banks
2. Credit Unions
3. Insurance Companies
4. Finance Companies
5. Mortgage Companies
6. Trust Companies
7. Savings and Loan Associations
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Shumaila Sadia answered
Financial institutions help the people in providing funds/money according to the needs and for the establishment purpose of small and large businesses or in other words, we can say that it is an agent providing financial service to the business. There are different types of such institutions like banks, credit unions etc. Their responsibility is to transfer the funds from specific investors to the different companies.
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amber Jhon answered
There are various types of financial institutions depending upon the services they offer like Banks, Credit Unions, Insurance Companies, Savings and Loan Associations, Finance Companies, Trust Companies and Mortgage Companies. On the basis of their assets and liabilities financial institutions are classified into three categories. First category of financial institutions include Depository institutions which include Commercial banks, Savings and loans associations, mutual saving funds and credit unions. Second category of financial institutions include Contractual saving institutions which are Life insurance companies, fire and casualty insurance companies, pension funds and government retirement funds. Third category of financial institution is Investment intermediaries. These institutions include finance companies, mutual funds and money market mutual funds.
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Financial institutions are businesses that give services for instance checking and saving/current accounts, car/business loans, credit cards and lots more. There are numerous sort of financial institutions like banks, credit unions etc.

Financial institutions roles
normally range from overseeing monetary policy to implementing particular objectives for instance currency stability, low inflation and full employment. They also generally act as the government's banker, manage exchange reserves, act as a lender of last resort and so on.
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Jha K K answered
In India Financial Institution are classified into two Category.  1. Banking Financial Institution.
2. Non Banking Financial Institution.  1. Banking financial institution are those who allow to received money from the public, Like, Banks i.e. Allow to deal with public under the RBI guidelines.  2. Non banking Financial Institution are those institutions which are not allow to received money from the public directly as deposit. But they will provide other financial support survives, Like Project financing, Hire purchase Finance, Bill Discounting, generally they deal with organization and their services are Enterprise oriented. They give financial support, advice and other service to Industry.
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Sejal Mane answered

Any institution which deposit and manages funds like banks, trust companies, insurance company, mortgage loan companies, credit unions etc. Fall under the financial institution category. To know more about these institutions, you can apply for a post graduate diploma in financial markets from the well-known ITM University.

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Anonymous answered
Basically there are two ttypes of financial institutions, they are banking and non-banking institutions
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hadassah Were answered
The rise and fall of financial institutions is the responsibility of the management of financial institution

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