|Sep 2018||Sep 2019||May 2020||Jun 2020||Jul 2020||Aug 2020||Sep 2020|
|Net credit to non-residents ($m)|
|Net credit to non-residents (A1-A2)||-79,567||-89,622||-90,832||-90,290||-88,981||-90,666||-94,335|
|A1. Credit to non-residents||69,844||80,683||82,635||80,448||79,627||75,176||65,773|
|A2. Less: Liabilities to non-residents||149,411||170,305||173,467||170,738||168,608||165,842||160,108|
|Domestic credit ($m)|
|Domestic credit (B+C)||450,113||482,296||514,698||515,405||519,720||525,828||527,826|
|B. Net credit to central government||3,629||8,164||28,368||30,509||33,542||37,635||41,351|
|C. Private sector credit||446,485||474,132||486,331||484,896||486,178||488,193||486,474|
|C1. Credit to other financial corporations||9,345||11,161||10,362||10,096||10,052||10,866||10,895|
|C2. Credit to local government||6,889||8,536||9,069||8,720||9,761||9,392||9,514|
|C3. Credit to public non-financial business||1,099||1,037||1,241||1,277||1,214||1,319||1,355|
|C9. Credit to other private sectors||429,151||453,397||465,659||464,803||465,151||466,616||464,710|
|Broad money ($m)|
|Broad money (D1 to D9)||302,781||320,212||343,608||346,397||350,385||354,806||355,780|
|D1. Currency held by the public||5,842||6,150||7,243||7,157||7,188||7,253||7,354|
|D2. Transaction deposits||61,502||69,219||88,046||89,755||91,567||96,285||97,007|
|D3. Other deposits||235,436||244,842||248,319||249,486||251,630||251,268||251,420|
|D9. Securities other than shares||-||-||0||0||0||0||0|
|Other liabilities ($m)|
|Debt securities excluded from broad money||28,298||28,947||32,624||30,945||30,278||30,679||29,659|
|Net other items ($m)|
|Net other items||-7,125||-7,531||-6,800||-6,160||-4,556||-5,556||-6,804|
Assets of depository corporations presented as claims on other resident institutional sectors and non-residents, and liabilities presented by category of financial instrument in order of their liquidity.
Depository corporations comprise:
Data is sourced from the Reserve Banks’ own Balance Sheet and the Reserve Bank’s Bank Balance Sheet Survey of New Zealand registered banks.
Data is published on the last working day of the month.
Data is released on the Reserve Bank’s Statistics section.
The Statistics Release Calendar provides a long-term plan of scheduled releases. It is updated and released on the first working day of the month.
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Data is collected under Section 36 and 93 of The Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989 (The Act).
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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand publishes only aggregated data. Individual institutional data is confidential.
Revisions are generally published when the table is next due to be updated and released. Should revisions need to be made more promptly, a note is posted on the website as a ‘special note'.
Any major changes in methodology are posted on the website as a ‘special note’.
The analytical accounts are compiled in line with the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual and Compilation Guide (IMF 2016).
30 October 2020
On 1st September 2020, ANZ completed the sale of UDC Finance Limited (UDC). Prior to Sep-20, UDC were included in our banking sector statistics as a consolidated entity under ANZ Banking Group Limited. From Sep-20 onwards, UDC will instead be included in our statistics as a non-bank lending institution (NBLI). This change in treatment will result in UDC being excluded from our “Registered Banks” statistics, with the impact on our bank lending stock figures summarised at a total level below:
|Break date||Housing lending||Business lending||Agriculture lending||Consumer lending||Financial Institutions||Other loans|
We do not break adjust the lending stock figures visible in our web tables, and therefore the figures presented show the actual lending stocks as at the end of each month.
We do break adjust annual sector lending growth rates in Table C5. However, as UDC’s lending has moved from banks to non-banks in our statistics, this change alone does not impact the C5 web table growth rates, as these rates cover total sector lending.
Please note there is a separate break of $182m which has been reclassified from business to agriculture, which has resulted in a break adjustment to the business & agriculture growth rates published on the C5 table.
The following tables compare bank lending growth rates calculated from the stock figures in our web tables versus when they have been adjusted for the break in the series.
Break adjusted bank business & consumer annual growth rates:
The Non bank web tables have also been impacted by this adjustment, with UDC now being included in these tables. Break adjusted non-bank business & consumer annual growth rates are shown below:
A list of series breaks are published against our C5, S31 & S32 tables.
The bank balance sheet release for September also includes a key points summary. Some figures in this summary have been break adjusted to account for the new treatment of UDC in our statistics.
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