What is NON-DEPOSITORY FINANCIAL INSTITUTION?

An intermediary organization such as the government that facilitates transactions between the savers and borrowers. Time deposits are however not accepted. These intermediaries source their lending activities through the sale of securities and insurance policies to the general population. The classification of their money supply falls under one or more definitions and often falls under ‘near money’.

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