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    What role(s) do financial institutions play in financial intermediation?

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    What role(s) do financial institutions play in financial intermediation, why are these roles necessary, and how does the company need to respond to the increased intermediation scrutiny due to the company IPO?

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    Strong and active financial institutions and intermediaries play an important role in creating economic opportunity. In addition to providing financial support, it can offer a valuable perspective on market and business operations in support of development.

    Financial institutions often provide technical assistance to small businesses, training to prospective homeowners, and financial education to residents about the economy. It helps in international and crossborder flow of capital and credit, gives opportunities to the business, government and other institutions to access to the international markets

    Financial institutions play a fundamental role in liquidity redistribution and maturity transformation, the implementation of monetary policy, in operating payment systems and in providing appropriate channels for national and ...

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