Non-Interest Income

Glossary

Banking

Non-Interest Income

A bank’s non-interest income is income generated via fees and other activities as separate from net interest income. Non-interest income includes asset management and brokerage fees, investment banking fees (advisory, underwriting, trading, servicing fees etc), overdraft fees, loan and mortgage origination fees, current account fees, insurance fees, and fees from services such as safety deposit boxes.

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