Financial corporations; balance sheet 1998 - 2012

Financial corporations; balance sheet 1998 - 2012

Financial corporations Periods Assets Total assets (mln euro) Assets Bonds (mln euro) Assets Shares (mln euro) Assets Other equity (mln euro) Assets Short-term loans (mln euro) Assets Long-term loans (mln euro) Assets Mortgage loans (mln euro) Assets Property (mln euro) Liabilities Total liabilities (mln euro) Liabilities Deposits (mln euro) Liabilities Bonds (mln euro) Liabilities Shares and other equity (mln euro) Liabilities Short-term loans (mln euro) Liabilities Long-term loans (mln euro) Liabilities Insurance technical reserves (mln euro)
Institutional investors 2010 1,580,974 465,035 745,618 46,451 51,296 41,330 41,252 46,323 1,580,974 2,479 385,635 54,295 18,197 1,071,755
Institutional investors 2011 1,676,384 508,338 759,737 41,593 57,445 34,296 45,700 45,823 1,676,384 2,559 406,749 55,674 18,833 1,133,742
Institutional investors 2012* 1,884,616 583,220 868,152 44,212 59,459 38,345 46,444 44,738 1,884,616 2,823 467,686 48,563 21,121 1,260,150
Monetary financial institutions 2010 2,285,864 428,435 24,817 56,953 335,016 540,851 374,737 5,686 2,285,864 758,939 430,832 120,761 3,019 145,977
Monetary financial institutions 2011 2,506,189 406,083 23,983 63,116 487,282 561,453 386,533 5,362 2,506,189 899,064 447,709 126,958 3,830 135,547
Monetary financial institutions 2012* 2,450,846 387,588 25,519 53,913 480,060 579,487 401,800 4,958 2,450,846 723,130 469,251 135,805 24,961 141,004
Other non-monetary fin. institutions 2010 723,018 7,566 6,941 179,298 21,189 165,020 245,539 5,350 723,018 374,472 111,124 93,096 94,806
Other non-monetary fin. institutions 2011 752,212 3,987 12,680 193,408 22,650 154,291 243,120 5,044 752,212 357,755 101,676 117,817 88,978
Other non-monetary fin. institutions 2012* 754,149 7,321 12,702 201,253 22,763 139,789 228,020 4,695 754,149 323,736 107,892 116,471 110,894
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table consists of the balance sheet of financial corporations. It enables to compare institutional investors with monetary financial institutions and other non-monetary financial institutions.

Data available 1998 to 2012

Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are up to 2010 definitive, figures for 2011 are adjusted provisional figures and figures for 2012 are provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.

Changes as of 5 February 2015:
None, this table is discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.
This table is replaced by table Financial corporations; balance sheet. See paragraph 3.

Description topics

Assets
Total assets
Bonds
Securities other than shares with a maturity of at least 1 year. More
common are bonds with a fixed interest rate, but floating rate notes and
zero-coupon bonds do occur.
Shares
Quoted shares. These financial assets represent marketable property
rights on corporations. Prices of these shares are quoted on a
recognised stock exchange.
Other equity
Unquoted shares and other equity. These financial assets represent
property rights on corporations for which prices are not quoted on a
recognised stock exchange.
Short-term loans
Loans with a maturity of maximum 1 year. Some examples are: overnight
loans, advance loans, current accounts. Short-term assets on monetary
financial institutions are classified as deposits, not as loans.
Long-term loans
Loans with a maturity of minimum 1 year excluding mortgage loans.
Mortgage loans
Loans secured by property.
Property
Property consists of houses, offices, shops, rural estates and other
(parking lots, factory buildings, holiday parks).
Liabilities
Total liabilities
Deposits
Non- transferable deposits with monetary financial institutions. These
deposits cannot be used to make payments.
Bonds
Securities other than shares with a maturity of at least 1 year. More
common are bonds with a fixed interest rate, but floating rate notes and
zero-coupon bonds do occur.
Shares and other equity
These financial assets represent property rights on corporations.
Short-term loans
Loans with a maturity of maximum 1 year. Some examples are: overnight
loans, advance loans, current accounts. Short-term assets on monetary
financial institutions are classified as deposits, not as loans.
Long-term loans
Loans with a maturity of minimum 1 year.
Insurance technical reserves
These include provisions for pensions and provisions for life insurance.
Provisions for pensions are liabilities of pension funds and life
insurance corporations to households regarding the insurance of pensions
for employees or self-employed people. Provisions for life insurance are
liabilities of pension funds and life insurance corporations to
households regarding life insurance.