Banking in the New Millennium
Juta and Company Ltd, 1999 - Business & Economics - 296 pages
Looking beyond the year 2000, this text forecasts the impact of technology transfer and information technologies on South African banking. Integrated banking and economic concepts are presented which explore the origins of money, the development of banking and the inevitability of interest rates.
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The origin of money and banks
The origins of banking
Leaving the gold standard
Negotiable instruments mainly cheques
Why study money banking and financial markets?
An overview of the financial system
Time of change and challenge
The bank and customer relationship
Types of customer
Opening bank accounts
Banks and their products
Bank lending and the risks faced by banks
able accepted activities advance African Reserve Bank allowed amount assets balance bank's banker bill billion borrowers capital cash cheque coins collecting Corporation cost countries crossed demand deposits discount drawer drawn duty economy effect endorsement established example exchange fact financial institutions foreign funds gold growth higher holder houses important income increase inflation interest interest rates investment involved issued lending liabilities limited liquid loan means metal monetary negotiable normally notes obtain offered operate owner paid payee payment period person possible production profit purchase reason received reduce region result risk SADC SARB savings sector shares South African South African Reserve Standard supply trade transactions transferable trust usually