Commercial Banking

This Note examines the roles, activities and limitations of commercial banks in the US. It discusses the different forms of US commercial banks, including national and state-chartered banks, and contrasts commercial banking with investment banking activities.  The Note gives a full overview of the types of business and investment activities permissible for US commercial banks.

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