Definition Of

Primary deposits

Primary deposits are those deposits that bank collects from different surplus stakeholders in the economy by different accounts. These consist of cash deposited by the people with the banks in different deposit account such as savings deposits, time or fixed deposits, current or demand deposits & other deposits. The depositors themselves take the initiative of creation of these deposits.

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