core deposits or core funding

core deposits or core funding
core deposits or core funding
(1) A bank's deposits that are the most stable.
(2) A bank's deposits under $100,000 each.
(3) Deposits that have an indefinite maturity, such as checking accounts, NOW accounts, money market deposit accounts, and savings accounts.
See retail deposits. American Banker Glossary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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