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The E-Learning Course Bank Branch Management - Deposits Will Be Useful to Those Who Are Interested in Understanding the Operations of a Bank Branch with Respect to Deposits.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of E-Learning Course: Bank Branch Management - Deposits to their offering.


This e-learning course on 'BBM - Deposits' is designed to help users understand the overview of deposit function of a bank, various types of deposits and their advantages and disadvantages. An in-depth discussion of procedure of opening various types of accounts with a bank branch is provided.

Themes of this product:

- Understand the procedure of opening different types of accounts with a bank

- Discuss various types of deposits

- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of different types of deposits

Target Audience

Those who are interested in understanding the operations of a bank branch with respect to deposits.

On completion of this course, you will be conversant with:

- Overview of deposit function of a bank branch

- Various types of deposits

- - Demand deposits

- - Time deposits

- Advantages and disadvantages of different types of deposits

Course Level: Basic to Intermediate

Library of 4 Courses

Duration of each course- 1.0 Hour

Tutorials and Topics:

1. Overview of Deposit Function

The relative importance of different sources of funds to a bank

Deposit-taking function of a bank

Importance of deposits for the depositors and for the country's economy

The different kinds of customers who can open deposit accounts

The mode of operation of joint accounts

The advantages of nomination for sole account holders

2. Demand Deposits

Essentials of a cheque and types of cheque crossings

Key requirements for opening deposit accounts of individuals

Requirements for opening deposit accounts of various legal entities

Modes of operation of joint deposit accounts of individuals

Need for nomination in individual deposit accounts

Closure of demand deposit accounts

3. Time Deposits

Definition, features, and legal aspects of fixed deposits

Opening of fixed deposit accounts and issuance of fixed deposit receipts

Payment and renewal of fixed deposits

Pre-payment of fixed deposits

Features of recurring deposits

Certificate of deposits

Features of flexi-deposits

Features of Non-resident deposits: Foreign Currency Non-resident (FCNR) deposits and Non-resident Rupee External (NRE) deposits

4. Types of Deposits Advantages and Disadvantages

Checking deposits

Saving deposits

Fixed deposits

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