Regulatory and Supervisory Structures



Safe, sound and strong banks provide the underpinnings of a growing economy. In market economies, commercial banks play a critical role in gathering funds from the public and in channelling these funds to their most productive uses. Funds allocation decisions are made not in accordance with an economy-wide plan or credit directives from the government or the central bank, but instead, by a vast number of credit and investment officers, acting independently of each other and responding to market opportunity — basically market signals.


Financial Market Central Bank Banking System Deposit Insurance Bank Management 
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© Wilbert O. Bascom 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.First Equity CorporationUSA

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