Definition Of

Derivative deposits

Deposits created from different underlying transaction of bank is called derivative deposits. The prime underlying transaction includes granting credit to clients in various forms. Therefore the banks in the process of granting credit create derivative deposits. The loans sanctioned and credited to the accounts of borrowers to create new deposits. Thus, it is true to say that “deposits create loans and loans create derivative deposits.”

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