ORGANIZATION OF ACCOUNTING ACTIVITIES IN BANKS

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Keywords
accounting staff, banks, work organization, staff qualification.

Abstract
The financial stability of an enterprise is determined by its performance in the reporting period. Its performance (profits) depends not only on the amount of capital available, but mainly on the investment strategy developed, which will involve it in specific business operations in such a way as to generate income to its owner. A human along with the skills, competencies and experience acquired, underlies the development of any strategy.

The purpose of this article is to study the importance of accounting activities organization in banks and to highlight its significance for obtaining a quality information product.

JEL: M41.
Pages: 11

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