What are financial markets - Modern Banking

In the 21st century, banks remain a central component of well-developed financial markets, though some banks have expanded their activities beyond the traditional core functions. The banking sector normally consists of specialist banks operating in niche markets, and generalist banks offering a wide range of banking and other financial products, such as deposit accounts, loan products, real estate services, stock broking and life insurance. For example, ‘‘private bankers’’ accept deposits from high net worth individuals and invest in a broad range of financial assets. Modern investment banks have a relatively small deposit base but deal in the equity, bond and syndicated loan markets. Universal banks, even the restricted form, offer virtually every financial service, from core banking to insurance.


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