BIS-Locational and Consolidated Banking Statistics
BIS-Locational Banking Statistics (LBS) are produced by the CBRT using data from resident banks operating in Türkiye in line with the definitions, scope and classifications determined by the BIS for such statistics.
The tables of this statistics group are comprised of the banking sector’s claims on and liabilities to non-residents, as well as claims on and liabilities to residents in foreign currency. The data are presented by selected country and country groups as well as a breakdown by total banking and non-banking sectors.
BIS-Consolidated Banking Statistics (CBS) aim to classify quarterly data on resident banks’ international financial claims on non-resident banks by debtor country, remaining maturity and sector of the borrower. While claims of domestic banks include the claims of their branches abroad, foreign banks’ claims include only their claims on residents in their home country.
BIS-Locational and Consolidated Banking Statistics Developments - 2022 Q4
BIS – Locational Banking Statistics
Total foreign currency assets of the banking sector in Turkey decreased by 9.7 percent to USD 311.1 billion compared to end-2021 while the total foreign currency claims from the non-bank sector decreased by 12.2 percent to USD 174.7 billion.
Total foreign currency liabilities of the banking sector in Turkey decreased by 16.0 percent to USD 294.0 billion compared to end-2021, and total foreign exchange liabilities to the non-bank sector decreased by 17.6 percent to USD 218.2 billion.
BIS – Consolidated Banking Statistics
Total cross border claims of the banks in Turkey, on immediate borrower basis, decreased by 14.4 percent compared to end-2021 and reached USD 28.8 billion while the cross border claims from the banks decreased by 23.4 percent to USD 20.7 billion.
Total foreign claims of the banks in Turkey, on ultimate borrower basis, decreased by 16.2 percent compared to end-2021 and reached USD 20.2 billion, while the cross border claims from the banks decreased by 31.2 percent to USD 12.2 billion.