Investopedia defines a financial institution as any establishment where the primary activity is fostering financial transactions. Because of this broad definition, there is a wide variety of financial institutions availa... More »

A financial institution number, or FIN, is a series of digits used to identify a banking institution during an inter-bank transaction, says WiseGeek. FINs possess a number sequence that identifies a bank, and a number se... More »

Banks, building societies, stock brokerage and asset management firms, insurance and finance companies, retailers and credit unions are the basic types of financial institutions, according to Maps of World. They operate ... More »

Financial institutions provide financing, facilitate economic transactions, issue funds, offer insurance and hold deposits for businesses and individuals. Financial institutions are private or public organizations that s... More »

Some advantages of online banking include the convenience of 24-7 access to account information, the ability to see transactions as they occur in real time, and better rates than brick-and-mortar institutions due to the ... More » Business & Finance Personal Banking

A trust company is a legal entity owned by a bank or other financial institution, law firm or independent partnership that manages trusts, trust funds and estates for individuals, businesses and other entities, explains ... More »

Comenity Net Blair is the website and online portal for a credit card that is offered to qualifying customers by Blair, a retail establishment. The credit card is issued by Comenity Bank. More » Business & Finance Corporations