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Commercial banks have a licence to take the deposits of savers and make loans. They provide services to corporate and individual customers. Commercial banks make their profits by taking small, short-term, relatively liquid deposits from retail savers and transforming these into larger, longer maturity loans e.g. in the form of business loans and mortgages. Other services of commercial banks include providing debit and credit cards, private banking, money custody and guarantees, cash management and settlement e.g. through cheque accounts, as well as trade finance.

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