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The fundamental principles of the activities of commercial the Bank are: work within the resources actually available, economic independence, building customer com- interrelation ships among the market type.


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For receiving the credit the borrower submits to the Bank (creditor) application and other required lender documents. In the insurance contract should be avoided fuzzy wording, terms such as "up to 50%, at least 50 %" etc., which may cause the related negative consequences tion.

For receiving the credit the borrower submits to the Bank (creditor) application and other required lender documents. In the insurance contract should be avoided fuzzy wording, terms such as "up to 50%, at least 50 %" etc., which may cause the related negative consequences tion. Tasks of the discipline "Banking" are: • to provide students with a certain minimum required theoretical- ical knowledge of the theory of banking and the banks tion activities; • to instill in them the practical skills to work in the banking sector modern Russian economy; • to plan for the future banking professionals the main areas of work of banks in the twenty-first century with regard to possible banking innovation, business banking, Internet, etc. The liquidity of a business entity is its ability bys tro repay their debts. It is determined by the ratio the magnitude of the debt and liquid funds, i.e.

The fundamental principles of the activities of commercial the Bank are: work within the resources actually available, economic independence, building customer com- interrelation ships among the market type. banque) is a financial institution designed to control ing the cash flow in the country. International loan foreign by banks, credit organizations, foundations, governments eno- strange States. .

The principle of repayment of the loan is that by the end of the term loan agreement borrowed money must be return- NY the lender in the full amount (principal debt) and interest.

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