Konsolidirana bilanca MFI-ja

Published: 1/2/2015 Modified: 31/12/2020

The Consolidated balance sheet of monetary financial institutions shows consolidated data from the Balance sheet of the Croatian National Bank and the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions.


Changes in monetary and financial statistics resulting from the application of Money Market Fund Regulation (EU 2017/1131) and their impact on the compilation of monetary and financial statistics


Methodology

Published: 26/2/2021

Table B1 Consolidated balance sheet of monetary financial institutions

The Consolidated balance sheet of monetary financial institutions shows consolidated data from the Balance sheet of the Croatian National Bank (Table C1) and the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions (Table D1).

In March 2013, data on all items were revised from July 1999 onward to include housing savings banks in addition to the Croatian National Bank, banks and savings banks.

A revision of all data was carried out in February 2015 so that data as from December 2010 were harmonised with the ESA 2010 statistical standard and the methodological treatment of kuna positions indexed to foreign currency was changed (up to and including May 2006, kuna items included kuna items indexed to foreign currency, while from June 2006 kuna items indexed to foreign currency are included in foreign currency items). The scope of other monetary financial institutions was expanded starting from December 2011 to include money market funds. Foreign assets (net) is a difference between total foreign assets and total foreign liabilities of the CNB and other monetary financial institutions.

Domestic credit is the sum of the corresponding items in the Balance sheet of the Croatian National Bank and the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions. Claims on the central government are reported on a net basis, i.e. decreased by central government deposits with the CNB and other monetary financial institutions.

Money is the sum of currency outside credit institutions, deposits by other financial institutions with the CNB and demand deposits with credit institutions (item Demand deposits in the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions, Table D1).

Items Savings and time deposits, Foreign currency deposits as well as Bonds and money market instruments are entirely taken over from the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions, while item Restricted and blocked deposits represents the sum of the corresponding items in the Balance sheet of the Croatian National Bank (excluding credit institutions’ blocked deposits with the CNB) and the Consolidated balance sheet of other monetary financial institutions. Issued shares/units refer to the money market funds’ issued shares/units. Other items (net) are unclassified liabilities decreased by unclassified assets.