Commercial bank branches per 100,000 adults in Switzerland from 2012-2021
A commercial bank is a financial institution which accepts deposits from the public and gives loans for the purposes of consumption and investment to make profit. They make money from a variety of fees and by earning interest income from loans. A bank branch is a physical location of a banking corporation.
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