Non-depository financial institution

Non-depository financial institution,

Definition of Non-depository financial institution:

  1. Government or private organization (such as building society, insurance company, investment trust, or mutual fund or unit trust) that serves as an intermediary between savers and borrowers, but does not accept time deposits. Such institutions fund their lending activities either by selling securities (bonds, notes, stock/shares) or insurance policies to the public. Their liabilities (depending on the liquidity of the liability) may fall under one or more money supply definitions, or may be classified as near money.

Meaning of Non-depository financial institution & Non-depository financial institution Definition