Group Banking

DEFINITION of 'Group Banking'

A plan offered by banks that generally provides incentives for groups, such as employees at a company, if the group establishes a banking relationship with the institution. Potential incentives for group banking can include lower interest rates, lower fees and discounts.




BREAKING DOWN 'Group Banking'

Some other benefits of group-banking plans include a single point of contact for the group, and a bank contact which is generally more knowledgeable with the group's plan and needs. Also, many banks may offer group seminars.

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