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Overview of contractual savings institutions

Dimitri Vittas

Overview of contractual savings institutions

by Dimitri Vittas

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Published by Country Economics Dept., World Bank in Washington, DC (1818 H Street NW, Washington DC 20433) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Pension trusts -- Developing countries,
    • Social security -- Developing countries,
    • Insurance, Life -- Developing countries

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDimitri Vittas and Michael Skully.
      SeriesPolicy, research, and external affairs working papers ;, WPS 605
      ContributionsSkully, Michael T.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7105.45.D44 V58 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59 p. ;
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1636295M
      LC Control Number91187757

      Contractual savings institutions 15 Insurance 15 Long-term insurance 15 The diagram below provides an overview of institutions active in the Botswana banking sector. Their combined loan book serves about borrowers and is estimated at about P1m (R1 ), which amounts to File Size: KB. Non-depository types of financial institutions are not banks in real sense. They make contractual arrangement and investment in securities to satisfy the needs and preferences of investors. The non-depository institutions include insurance companies, pension funds, finance companies and mutual funds.

      Types of financial intermediaries include: Depository Institutions (commercial banks, savings and loan associations, mutual savings banks, credit unions); Contractual Savings Institutions (life insurance companies, fire and casualty insurance companies, pension funds, government retirement funds); and Investment Intermediaries (finance. Some aspects of a financial institution's organizational structure are determined by the national laws under which the institution operates. For instance, after the Greek financial markets were deregulated in the s, there was significant growth -- 48 percent from to -- in the number of bank branches serving customers.

      Start studying EC Test 1 Practice. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Downloadable! The authors analyze the relationship between the development and asset allocation of contractual savings and firms'capital structures. The authors develop a simple model of firms'leverage and debt maturity decisions. They illustrate the mechanisms through which contractual savings development may affect corporate financing patterns.


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Overview of contractual savings institutions by Dimitri Vittas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Overview of contractual savings institutions (English) Abstract. Contractual savings institutions include national provident funds, life insurance companies, private pension funds, and funded social pension insurance systems.

They have long-term liabilities and stable Cited by: Overview of contractual savings institutions. Washington, DC ( H Street NW, Washington DC ): Country Economics Dept., World Bank, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dimitri Vittas; Michael T Skully.

Overview of Contractual Savings Institutions Dimitri Vittas and Michael Skully Contractual savings institutions, because of their stable cash flows and long-term liabilities, could be ideal sources of termn finance for both the publig and private sectors.

Unlike developed countrnes, most developing countries have insignificant con. Downloadable. Contractual savings institutions include national provident funds, life insurance companies, private pension funds, and funded social pension insurance systems.

They have long-term liabilities and stable cash flows and are therefore ideal providers of term finance, not only to government and industry, but also to municipal authorities and the housing sector.

Given the 6For a complete overview of contractual savings institutions, see Vittas and Skully, 7Most of these schemes are fully funded but recently some countries have introduced pay-as-you. Institutional Savings and Financial Markets: The Role of Contractual Savings Institutions Article (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The authors analyze the relationship between the development of contractual savings institutions and banks' efficiency, credit, and liquidity risks. They discuss the potential mechanisms through which the development of contractual savings institutions may affect the banking sector.

The contractual savings institutions obtain funds under long-term contractual arrangements and invest the funds in the capital markets such as the best forex trading markets. Firms in this category are insurance companies and pension funds. contractual savings: plural nounsavings in the form of regular payments into long-term investments such as pension schemes.

The book has three main messages: i) Competition is the most important driver of financial innovation that will help African financial systems deepen and broaden; ii) Expanding financial services to the unbanked might mean looking beyond existing institutions, products, and delivery channels, such as banks, traditional checking accounts, and.

Start studying ECON week 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Contractual savings institutions. Which of the following is not a contractual savings institution.

A mutual fund. Savings institutions control more than $1 trillion in assets. These organizations take in deposits from customers and then make loans to others, such as. Non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs) are becoming an increasingly important segment of the financial system in some developing countries.

This book aims to create awareness of the promise of NBFIs for developing countries and to assist policymakers in creating a coherent policy structure and a sound regulatory and supervisory environment for their development.

Financial institutions that are mutually held and provide no more than 20% of total lending to businesses fall under the category of savings and loan. The term contractual saving institutions could be elucidated as savings institutions that source funds through long-term contractual arguments and investing them in capital markets.

Ultimately, depository institutions are concerned with accepting and soliciting savings from the public as time deposits by paying interest (Madura, ). The most important difference between non-banking financial companies and banks is that NBFCs don't take demand deposits. A non-banking financial institution (NBFI) or non-bank financial company (NBFC) is a financial institution that does not have a full banking license or is not supervised by a national or international banking regulatory agency.

NBFI facilitate bank-related financial. (2) The adviser has a contractual relationship with the fund which establishes specific functions to be performed and the compensation to be paid. (3) Advisers are closely regulated by the SEC.

(a) Investment Company Act of (i) The Act provides for the approval of advisory contracts by the fund’s directors and Size: 97KB. The savings in life insurance, provident fund and pension fund are contractual savings governed by precautionary and contingency motives. The claims on government are compulsory deposits, tax credits and investment in government bonds, etc.

The savings. An Overview of the Financial System Chapter 2 is an introductory chapter that contains the background information on the structure and operation of financial markets that is needed in later chapters of the book.

This chapter allows the instructor to branch out to. A well-developed financial system will have a myriad of financial institutions and instruments.

The greater the variety, other things being equal, the more efficient the system and the greater its contribution to economic development. Contractual savings institutions, such as life insurers and private. Types of Financial Intermediaries Depository Institutions (Banks) Contractual Savings Institutions Investment Intermediaries This chapter provides an overview of the financial system in the US economy by describing the various types of financial markets, financial instruments, and financial institutions or intermediaries that exist.contractual savings institutions may increase the supply of public information on capital market and have positive spillover effects on the monitoring of borrowers by banks.

In 1 See, however, Demirguc -Kunt and Huizinga (a, b), Davis and Tuori () and Claessens. This book goes beyond traditional financial institutions textbooks, which tend to focus on mathematical models for risk management and the technical aspects of measuring and managing risk.

It focuses on the role of financial institutions in promoting social and economic goals for the communities in which they operate for the greater good, while Pages: