Definitions for "Commercial Banks"
bodies other than the OPG which provide banking services, including private sector banks, building societies and the Bank of England.
Profit-earning establishments which operate in wholesale and retain banking and allied markets, the latter including insurance and a wide range of financial services. When in need of short term funds they are allowed to borrow from their relevant central bank. They have control over their interest rates at which they lend to, and take deposits from, their consumers.
Private or state-owned banks which provide loans at a commercial rate of interest.
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Established primarily to serve the community's business needs. Do not invest heavily in real estate loans.