Головна

THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF A BANK

  1. After reading the text, prove the idea that suspension structures are the safest among bridgeworks
  2. Coherence: Information structure
  3. Company structure
  4. Delinquency and body structure
  5. ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE
  6. Ex.24. Identify the tenses, then match the sentences on the left with their functions on the right.
  7. Ex.27. Identify the tenses, then match the sentences on the left with their functions on the right.

The English commercial banks have branches in all the major towns and a similar mode of working is common to them all. The owners are the shareholders. At the outset they provide the necessary capital. They are all organized on the joint stock principle and are registered public companies.

The Chairman and Board of Directors are elected by the ordinary shareholders at the Annual General Meeting and are responsible for the efficient management of the bank. The Board is concerned with the overall policy of the bank and the major decisions which put that policy into effect.

The Board will appoint a Managing Director who is directly responsible to them and a member of the Board. They will also appoint the most senior executives who in turn appoint the rest of the clerical staff who will be responsible in different capacities for the day to day running of the bank.

The essence of a bank's activities is the collection of deposits through current accounts and deposit accounts and the use of these funds to provide loans or funds for investment. The current account is the one commonly held and is drawn upon by cheques and standing orders. The deposit account is more in the nature of a savings account. The pattern of investments which a bank decides upon is crucial because, on the one hand, the bank must use the funds wisely to make a profit and, on the other, funds must be available for depositors to withdraw when they wish to do so.

At the end of each business year the Directors recommend and the Annual General Meeting decides how much of the profit should be distributed to the shareholders as dividend, and how much should be retained in the business. In preparation for the Annual General Meeting, a bank publishes its Report and Accounts. These must be sent to every shareholder and are also available for anyone with an interest in the affairs of the bank. From the published accounts shareholders can easily determine the total profits the bank has earned and how much is available for distribution.

 



  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   Наступна

Read and translate the text | Put the sentences into Past and Future Simple | MANAGEMENT | AREAS OF MANAGEMENT | REGULATION AND TOKEN MONEY | FUNCTIONS OF MONEY | CHANGE OF BANKING PRACTICES. | BANKING AND MONETARY POLICY | Read and translate the text | Put in prepositions |

© um.co.ua - учбові матеріали та реферати