Information on the banking system

Published: 16/10/2017
In efforts to inform the public about the situation in the banking system of the Republic of Croatia, the CNB regularly publishes data and publications.

In addition to the information the CNB is required to publish within Supervisory disclosure, other information on the banking system is also available to the public.

Once a year, the CNB publishes the Banks Bulletin, which provides an analysis of the situation and developments in the banking sector of the Republic of Croatia on an aggregate basis as well as the main financial information (balance sheet, income statement, off-balance sheet items and total capital ratio) and non-financial information on individual credit institutions (address, management and supervisory board members, shareholders, audit firm). Financial information is based on received audited reports of credit institutions as at 31 December of the previous year, while the data on management and supervisory board members are as at 1 June of the current year.

The tables and figures from the Banks Bulletin and financial and non-financial information on individual credit institutions are updated from the previous issue of the Banks Bulletin within Prudential data on credit institutions. The tables and figures on the system and financial information on individual credit institutions are based on received preliminary reports of credit institutions as at 30 June of the current year, while the data on management and supervisory board members are as at 1 September of the current year.

In addition, a summary analysis of the situation and developments in the banking system is available in the Annual Report and the Semi-annual Information.

In addition to this information, the CNB publishes, on a quarterly basis, within Indicators of credit institution operations, key indicators by individual credit institutions (SP1 and SP2), as well as aggregate data on loan quality by sectors (SP3) and loan quality by currencies (SP4), data on the costs of banks' funding (SP5) and data on sold claims (SP7).