ADVANTAGES

Unlike the First and Second Banks, the Federal Reserve was not designed to make business loans or accept deposits from the general public. Instead it is a “bankers’ bank,” holding deposits and making loans to depository financial institutions. Like the First and Second Banks, however, the Fed issues notes that circulate as currency. Also, just as its predecessors had branches, the Fed has 12 Reserve Banks plus branches throughout the country.

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