|ANZ Group||CBA Group||CCB Group||Citibank||HSBC||JPMorgan||Kookmin||MUFG||Rabo Ned||WBC|
|Banking group in NZ|
|For the period ending||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17|
|Net profit for the past 12 months||1,897||1,058||-||18||47||7||4||20||132||1,042|
|Net profit as a % of average total assets||1.2||1.1||-||0.8||0.9||0.6||0.9||0.6||0.9||1.1|
|Issued by Standard and Poor's1||AA-||AA-||A||A+||AA-||A+||A+||A||A+||AA-|
|Issued by Moody's1||Aa3||Aa3||A1||A1||Aa3||Aa3||A1||A1||Aa3||Aa3|
|Issued by Fitch1||AA-||AA-||A||A+||AA-||AA-||-||A||AA-||AA-|
|Cash, liquid assets and due from other institutions||5,277||2,110||155||413||777||197||4||331||488||2,330|
|Less individual provisions||126||53||0||0||5||0||0||0||6||48|
|Less collective provisions||421||246||2||0||1||0||0||0||27||311|
|Annual % change||-1.6||7.1||-||-1.0||25.9||86.1||8.0||10.0||6.7||0.5|
|Liabilities and equity (NZ$m)|
|Equity of the NZ branch||11,836||7,752||206||193||25||0||4||158||1,731||8,102|
|Total liabilities and equity||160,583||97,762||1,826||2,045||6,405||1,573||425||3,815||15,272||96,041|
|Asset quality (NZ$m)|
|90 days past due||209||86||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||88|
|Non-performing loans as a % of gross lending||0.4||0.7||0.0||0.0||0.2||0.0||0.0||0.0||2.6||0.3|
|Individual provisions as a % of impaired assets||38.8||10.2||0.0||0.0||48.1||0.0||0.0||0.0||2.2||27.0|
|Overseas banking group - profitability (in foreign currency)|
|For the period ending||30-Sep-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||31-Dec-17||30-Sep-17||31-Dec-17||30-Sep-17|
|Number of months covered by the period||12||6||12||12||12||12||12||6||12||12|
|Net profit for the past 12 months as a % of average total assets||0.7||1.0||1.1||0.1||1.2||0.9||0.7||0.3||0.4||0.9|
|Overseas banking group - capital adequacy (%)|
|Common equity tier 1 ratio2||10.8||10.4||13.1||12.3||15.9||13.8||14.9||11.6||15.8||9.9|
|Tier 1 ratio2||12.9||12.4||13.7||12.5||17.0||13.8||14.9||13.4||18.8||12.1|
|Overseas banking group - size (in foreign currency)|
|Annual % change||-1.9||-1.0||5.7||2.6||5.2||2.8||7.4||6.9||-9.0||1.5|
|Overseas banking group - asset quality (in foreign currency)|
|Impaired assets as a % of total assets||0.3||0.4||1.3||0.6||0.2||0.6||0.5||0.5||2.8||0.2|
|Individual provisions as a % of impaired assets||47.7||29.0||67.0||0.0||52.9||79.1||43.5||14.1||25.1||46.3|
|Annual balance date||30-Sep||30-Jun||31-Dec||31-Dec||31-Dec||31-Dec||31-Dec||31-Mar||31-Dec||30-Sep|
Data was extracted from the "Key Information Summary" part of the disclosure statements published by locally incorporated registered banks until December 2010 and then extracted directly from disclosure statements.
Data series from March 1996 onwards include: Profitability; Peak credit exposure concentrations; Credit rating; Capital adequacy; Size; and Asset quality.
Data included in the table was revised in 2013. A summary balance sheet was added and Peak credit exposure concentrations were removed.
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The information contained in the table was extracted from the "Key Information Summary" part of the disclosure statements published by registered banks until December 2010 and then directly from the disclosure statements. A review of the tables was made in 2013 and consequently there were changes to the presentation and content of the table from the 30 June 2013 data.
The information relates only to the periods specified in those disclosure statements. The financial position of a bank may have changed subsequent to the publication of its disclosure statements. The disclosure statements also contain other information that may be relevant in interpreting the information contained in the tables. Readers are advised to consult those disclosure statements for comprehensive information about any particular bank.
All locally incorporated banks are listed in table G1, and all overseas incorporated banks (which operate as a branch in New Zealand) are listed in table G2. This is done because it may be misleading to compare locally incorporated banks with overseas incorporated banks. In each section of the table, banks are listed in alphabetical name order.
In the case of overseas incorporated banks, the key information disclosed covers both the New Zealand branch and the bank as a whole. The overseas bank information provided is the most recently published information and is not always for the same date as that provided by the New Zealand branch. In some cases the overseas bank information may be for different dates. The key information disclosed by locally incorporated banks with an overseas parent bank does not include information relating to the overseas parent bank.
The number of decimal places used to disclose quantitative information is not prescribed, and so differs among banks. This has resulted in varying numbers of decimal places appearing in some lines of the table. Some of the numbers disclosed by banks have been rounded in order to improve the consistency of the table.
From the 30 June 2013, the end of the accounting period is shown at the top of the table while the annual balance date is shown at the bottom.
Up to 31 March 2013 the first block of information in the table lists the annual balance date of each bank, the date of the end of the accounting period to which the information disclosed relates and the number of months in that accounting period. For example a bank may have a balance date of 31 December, and an accounting period ending on 30 June.
From 30 June 2013 the net profit for the New Zealand branch covers the 12 months to the end of the relevant accounting period. Up to 31 March 2013 the net profit for the year-to-date is shown. Net profit over the previous 12 months as a percentage of average total assets is also shown. Profitability for the Overseas Banking Group is year-to-date.
Credit ratings for long-term unsecured obligations payable in New Zealand in New Zealand dollars and the name of the issuer of the rating are disclosed. Some banks have more ratings than those shown in the table. Readers are advised to refer to the banks' disclosure statements for information about additional ratings (if any).
From 30 June 2013 a breakdown of assets is shown for the New Zealand branch. Up to 31 March 2013 only the amount of total assets was shown. The percentage change in total assets over the last 12 months is also shown. Total assets only is shown for the overseas banking group.
From 30 June 2013 a breakdown of liabilities and equity is shown for the New Zealand branch.
The table shows the value those assets that have been identified as impaired and from 30 June 2013 for the New Zealand branch the value of those assets that are 90 days past due that are not considered impaired. The table now also shows the ratio of these two items as a percentage gross lending. Up to 31 March 2013 the table shows impaired assets as a percentage of total assets.
For the Overseas Banking Group the table shows the value of those assets that have been identified as impaired and as a percentage of total assets.
The table shows common equity tier one capital ratio (from 31 March 2013, where applicable), tier one capital ratio and total capital ratio, and each of these as a percentage of risk weighted credit exposures for the overseas incorporated bank. Overseas incorporated banks are required to calculate capital and risk weighted credit exposures in accordance with the requirements in their home jurisdiction. These are based on the Basel Capital Accord.
Up to 31 March 2013 the table shows the peak number of credit exposures over the past quarter to individual customers, or groups of closely related customers. Exposures are calculated as a percentage of equity, and disclosed as the number of exposures within percentage ranges of equity. (Banks are required to disclose peak exposures within 10 percent equity bands. However, some aggregation has been used in the table - readers are advised to refer to the banks' disclosure statements for detailed peak credit exposure concentration information.) Customers are subdivided into banks and non-banks. In the case of banks operating here as branches, the exposures are calculated in relation to the equity of the Overseas Banking Group.
From 30 June 2013 the value of the profit earned over the past 12 months to the end of the period. Up to 31 March 2013 it was the value of the profit earned from the beginning of the current accounting period up to the end of the period.
Also called return on assets, it is the net profit as a percentage of the average assets over the past 12 months.
Common equity tier one capital is capital that is permanently and freely available to absorb losses without the bank being obliged to cease trading. It generally comprises ordinary share capital and retained earnings but excludes perpetual preference shares which are included in tier one capital. Total capital consists of tier one capital plus other capital (called tier two capital) which can only absorb losses in the event of a winding up (eg, revaluation reserves, redeemable preference shares, subordinated debt), less certain deductions (eg, unrealised revaluation losses). See the Reserve Bank's policy document entitled Capital Adequacy Framework issued in March 2005.
Cash or items readily convertible into cash, claims on the Reserve bank of New Zealand, deposits and placements with other institutions.
Securities include trading securities, available for sale investments and held to maturity securities.
Total loans before the deduction of provisions.
Mortgage lending has been obtained from residential mortgages loan-to-value information.
Loans and advances excluding mortgages. Includes overdrafts, credit card lending, personal loans, lease finance, commercial bills, hire purchase finance, redeemable preference share finance and other term lending.
An amount that has been charged to profit and loss against identified credit losses or an identified deterioration in the value of an asset.
An amount that has been charged to profit and loss against assets where credit losses in value of assets is collectively assessed.
A security whose price is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets.
All other assets, including amounts due from related parties and goodwill.
The sum of all assets.
Shareholders' capital including ordinary capital, retained earnings, perpetual preference shares, other reserves and non-controlling interests.
Borrowings which rank below all other borrowing for repayment should the organisation fail.
All forms of funding except Subordinated debt. Includes transactional and saving accounts, term deposits, certificate of deposits and amounts due to related parties.
All other liabilities.
Any credit exposure for which it is probable that the bank will not be able to collect all amounts owing, and any credit exposure on which the original terms have been changed to grant the debtor a concession, and any asset acquired through the enforcement of security.
Any credit exposure that has been outside its terms and conditions for more than 90 days.
Glossary of terms
The banking group consists of the New Zealand business of the registered bank. For overseas incorporated banks this usually comprises the New Zealand branch of the overseas bank and subsidiaries of the parent bank incorporated in New Zealand. For locally incorporated banks the banking group usually comprises the bank and its subsidiaries.
The overseas incorporated bank and all other entities included in the group for the purposes of financial reporting in the country of domicile of the overseas bank.
This includes both on-balance sheet exposures (e.g. loans to customers) and off-balance sheet contracts that expose a bank to credit risk (e.g. the provision of guarantees). Exposures are risk weighted according to broad categories of relative credit risk.
Adoption of IFRS
Between 1 January 2005 and 1 July 2007, banks in New Zealand changed accounting standards from New Zealand accounting standards (NZ GAAP) to New Zealand International Financial Reporting Standards (NZ IFRS). The move to NZ IFRS affects both balance sheet and income data published in the Bank disclosure tables (G) in respect of those banks. Adoption dates for banks registered over the period are listed below.
For Key information summary of locally incorporated banks (G1) and Key information summary of overseas incorporated banks (G2) tables, this reduces the comparability of individual bank data with data for previous periods, for those banks that have adopted NZ IFRS.
For the Summary of selected aggregated financial data (G3), the aggregated balance sheet and income data reported between 2005 and 2007 are a combination of data reported under the two sets of accounting standards. For the 31 December 2005, 92 percent of the total assets of registered banks reported in Table G3 were held by banks using NZ IFRS.
Dates from which banks adopted NZ IFRS are:
Banks adopting NZ IFRS:
1 January 2005
The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
1 July 2005
ASB Bank Limited
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
1 October 2005
ANZ National Bank Limited
Bank of New Zealand
Westpac Banking Corporation
1 January 2006
Rabobank New Zealand Limited
1 January 2007
ABN AMRO Bank NZ
Deutsche Bank AG
1 April 2007
TSB Bank Limited
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
1 July 2007
Today the Reserve Bank publishes the December quarter results sourced from the banks’ disclosure statement. This is the last publication of these tables.
The requirement for banks to produce off quarter disclosure statements has been removed. Banks are now required to publish Disclosure statements on a six monthly basis. It will therefore not be possible to produce quarterly aggregated data from disclosure statements.
Alternative sources for aggregated data are:
The G1 table is being replaced by the Bank Financial Strength Dashboard. The release of March 2018 quarter metrics is scheduled for 29 May 2018.
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