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There is no doubt that financial institutions are considered one of the pillars of the national economy due to the vital role it plays in accumulating savings among individuals and surplus funds with companies and institutions.
Investing these funds in profitable investment aspects, in addition to its role in reducing the amount of risks that investors are exposed to when investing their money through the information it provides to its clients.
 Financial institutions can contribute to creating a balance in the national economy by influencing interest rates and inflation rates and carrying out many banking activities that help achieve balance in financial markets.
 In light of the above, we will learn about the following in the following articles
First: the concept and importance of financial facilities
Second: The relationship of financial institutions to the financial system
Third: The structure of the financial facilities
Fourth: Modern trends of financial institutions
Fifth: The general framework of risks and challenges facing companies and investors

1. The concept of financial facilities

Financial origin are those organizations that play the role of financial intermediary between those who have a surplus of funds and those who have a deficit in funds as these organizations play a vital and major role in providing liquidity, facilitating financing operations, accumulating savings and encouraging investment

  The role played by financial institutions can be determined in the following

Which plays the role of financial intermediary by collecting funds from individuals and organizations that have a surplus and transferring them to entities with a funding shortfall
Financial institutions help to provide liquidity, whether by granting loans or by purchasing securities that can be converted into cash quickly and easily.
Gathering savings from individuals for the purpose of investing in many fields in a manner that contributes to maximizing returns, whether for the investor or the financial institution
Providing financial institutions for its clients with many financial data and information that help to determine the best and most appropriate areas of investment in addition to analyzing data related to the financial market and aspects of investment in it.
Reducing the size of barriers that investors are exposed to when adding their money