The overall advantages of a bank include:
One: Safely storing the public’s wealth.
Instead of walking around with wads of cash or hiding it under the floorboards, banks provide you with a protected place to store your money without worrying about theft.
Two: The widespread availability of affordable loans.
The qualifications for loans are relatively standard across most banks. Modern establishments have broken this cycle by increasing accessibility to loans and offering more reasonable requirements.
Three: Propelling the economy forward.
Banks often act as lenders for large amounts of capital to various economic sectors like agriculture and small businesses, which, in turn, raises employment rates and spending power.
The government expects banks to support particular facets of society. Rural or underdeveloped communities and industries are two such areas. Investing and approving loans in these areas increases development and modernization while building local branches to improve access to banking services.