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Objective 4.02 Handouts

Objective 4.02 Handouts

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6200/6600 Principles of Business and Finance Summer 2010 Page256Name: ______________________ Class: _______ Date: _______ 
Financial Institutions Organizer 
Directions: Compare depository and non-depository institutions by completing theprovided Venn diagram.
Non-Depository Institutions
 
Depository Institutions
 
6200/6600 Principles of Business and Finance Summer 2010 Page257
Financial Institutions Organizer Continued
Directions: Describe the provided characteristics for comparing financial institutionsServices offeredSafetyConvenienceFees and chargesRestrictions
 
6200/6600 Principles of Business and Finance Summer 2010 Page258Name: ______________________ Class: _______ Date: _______ 
Very Important Business Terms Activity
Directions: In the right-hand column below, describe why the terms listed in the left-hand column are important to financial institutions and services.
Very Important Business TermsWhy the term is important to the topic:Financial institutions
Commercial bankExample:Commercial banks provide avariety of services;therefore, they can serve individuals andbusinesses. Banks that offer full services mayhave specialized departments that process loansand real estate activities.Deposit institutionsNon-deposit intermediaries

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