The paradigm governing compilation was qualitative (quantitative). The study population consisted of university professors and bank experts, who were purposefully selected by focus group discussion technique. Nine of them were selected for study. Based on interviews with experts in the form of focused discussion groups, 43 phrases were extracted which were presented to experts in a questionnaire consisting of 43 cards and a questionnaire, in which they agreed or disagreed with them. Specify. Data analysis was performed by performing exploratory factor analysis using SPSSWin20 software. The results of this study showed that subjective models of entrepreneurial banking have three dimensions: high management support, organizational strategy, organizational structure. 


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