Bank Profitability: Financial Statements of Banks
- 1996-2495 (online)
- 1563-0935 (print)
This annual publication provides annual data showing aggregate information on the banking sector of OECD member countries. Data show number of institutions and branches by type of bank, aggregate income statement and balance sheets, and classification of assets by resident/non-resident and domestic/foreign currency. Data are provided from the mid-90s onwards in national currencies.
Bank Profitability: Financial Statements of Banks 1999Click to Access:
- 23 Aug 1999
- 9789264073265 (PDF) ;9789264058576(print)
Trends in bank profitability and factors affecting it are major indicators of changes in the state of health of national banking systems. These OECD statistics, based on financial statements of banks, provide a unique tool for analysing developments in aggregate bank profitability. For each category of bank (all banks, large commercial banks, other commercial banks, foreign commercial banks, cooperaive banks, savings banks, etc) in each reporting country, an aggregate income statement and balance sheet is provided. In addition, supplementary information on number of institutions, branches, and staff covered by the data is included. Statistics on Ireland are included for the first time.