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What are the major categories of financial services?
Financial services are basically deal with merchant banks, credit card companies, consumer finance companies, stock brokerages or with the management of money. [ In the term of earning, financial services are the largest industry in the world that represents 20 percent of the market capitalization.Two types of approaches: Two different types of appraoches which companies usually prefer. In the
first approach, bank buys an insurance company or an investment bank, adds the acquisition to its holding company to diversify its earnings and also keeps the original brands of the aquired firm. This type is essential for the Citigroup as well as JP Morgan Chase. On the other hand, a bank attempts to sell the products to its existing customers, with incentives for combining all things with one company by creating its own brokerage division or insurance division. ]
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