The
Definition Of

Specialized Banks

Specialized Banks are banks which concentrate mainly on financing specialized economic and social activities. Specialized activities may be small and cottage industries financing. Financing the rural asset less and landless people etc.

Grameen Bank (G.B.) of Bangladesh is an example of Specialized Bank.

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