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The Credit Outlook From The Bcr And Bt Perspective Between 2010-2017


  • Ioana Gabriela GRIGORESCU

    (Romanian-American University)


By associating with banking globalization, economic barriers have become collective due to the intensification of such diverse links. The banking system has supported access to the money markets as well as technological progress. Thus, the competition was also observed in the banking sector, as evidenced by the recommendations of the credit institutions, the diversity of products and services, but also by the claims and wishes of the clients, both legal and physical persons. Banking associations in Romania are part of the group of commercial banks of general level that perform a variety of banking operations that mediate throughout the country. Given the desire to develop of the banks, they seek to evolve through the establishment of new branches throughout the country. In this way, the article aims to analyze the evolution on the line of credit from the perspective of the first two players in the Romanian banking market, according to the market share of BCR and BT.

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  • Ioana Gabriela GRIGORESCU, 2019. "The Credit Outlook From The Bcr And Bt Perspective Between 2010-2017," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 14(2), pages 109-114, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:14:y:2019:i:2:p:109-114

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