HIGH STREET BANK

In the United Kingdom, a COMMERCIAL BANK that caters primarily to retail customers, accepting DEPOSITS and granting consumer, personal, and MORTGAGE LOANS. Although such banks also engage in other institutional banking business, their marketing and focus is weighted heavily towards individuals.

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