Banking & Financial Management

Financial Management in banks is the process of managing the financial resources, including accounting, financial reporting, budgeting, collecting receivables, risk management, and insurance for a bank.

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Functions of Banking And Financial Management

Estimation of capital requirements

Determination of capital composition

Management of cash

Financial controls

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Objectives of Banking And Financial Management

Determining capital requirements

Determining capital structure

Framing financial policies

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Types of Banking And Financial Services


Banking includes handing deposits into checking and savings accounts, as well as lending money to customers.


Expert advisory services help both people and organizations with a variety of tasks. Financial advisors can help with due diligence on investments, provide valuation services for businesses, aid in real estate endeavors, and more.

Wealth Management

This type of financial service helps people to save money intelligently, and receive a return on their investment when possible.

Mutual Funds

Mutual funds institutions offer a type of investment that multiple parties share in. These investments are managed by a professional, not the investors themselves.


Most people have some understanding of insurance; it is a system that you pay into monthly or annually which acts as a safety net and covers costs of some large expenditures which are often unforeseen.

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The banking industry is the foundation of the financial services group. It is most concerned with direct saving and lending, while the financial services sector incorporates investments, insurance, the redistribution of risk, and other financial activities. Banking services are provided by large commercial banks, community banks, credit unions, and other entities.

Individuals may access financial markets like stocks and bonds through investment services. Brokers—either human or self-directed online services—facilitate the buying and selling of securities, taking a commission for their efforts. Financial advisors may charge an annual fee based on assets under management (AUM) and direct several trades in the pursuit of constructing and managing a well-diversified portfolio.

The sector also includes accountants and tax filing services, currency exchange and wire transfer services, and credit card machine services and networks. It also includes debt resolution services and global payment providers such as Visa and Mastercard, as well as exchanges that facilitate stock, derivatives, and commodity trades.