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Banks In Canton

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Business Listing   Bank of America - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 720-0470

Business Listing   Cherokee Bank - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 345-7500

Business Listing   Cherokee Bank - Account - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-6100

Business Listing   Crescent Bank - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (678) 454-2370

Business Listing   Regions Bank - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-1476

Business Listing   Regions Bank - Cherokee County- Main Office - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-8761

Business Listing   Regions Bank of Canton - Customer Service - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 503-2265

Business Listing   Regions Financial Corporation - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-6605

Business Listing   Southern National Mortgage - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-6700

Business Listing   Suntrust Bank - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-2208

Business Listing   SunTrust Bank - Closed - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 224-7147

Business Listing   Suntrust Bank the Market at Bridgemill in Publix - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-8414

Business Listing   Wachovia Mortgage Corporation - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-5831

Business Listing   Wal-Mart Money Center by National Bank of Commerce - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (770) 479-8061

Business Listing   Washington Mutual - Bank Locations- Canton- Riverstone Plaza - Canton, GA - Phone: 1 (678) 493-3580

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Helpful Definition for: Banks

city} may have one or more banks. A bank is a financial institution that is charged with the function of accepting deposits and lending out money. Thus, it acts as an intermediary connecting individuals with a capital deficit with individuals having a capital surplus. Most banks have national and regional headquarters, and then branches in smaller towns and villages. The banks may be international, national or local in spread of operations. Banks, by virtue of their functions, are centrally placed in the financial system for most economies. Thus, their health is a crticial factor in maintaining the economic health of the country or the region. To ensure their solvency, banks function under a well-defined set of regulations. Most operate under the fractional reserve banking system, whereby they hold a small fraction of the money that comes in by way of deposits, and lends out the rest at interestes higher than the deposit rates, to earn a profit. Canton may have one bank, or a number of bank branches. Some of the types of banks that may be present in Canton are community banks, community development banks, credit unions, postal savings banks, private banks, and internet-only banks. One can both deposit money in these, as well as take out loans for a specified rate of interest and duration.

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