Banks: Face value of funding by residual maturity (L3)
This data presents the funding obtained by banks (such as deposits and the issuing of bonds), broken down by the remaining term of such funding.
|Jun 2020||Jun 2021||Feb 2022||Mar 2022||Apr 2022||May 2022||Jun 2022|
|Total funding by residual maturity|
|>= 2 days & <= 1 month||29,276||26,588||30,008||27,716||26,370||31,003||27,755|
|> 1 month & <= 3 months||67,945||58,420||56,386||59,334||63,337||58,038||59,685|
|> 3 months & <= 6 months||59,970||58,345||56,842||53,008||52,718||57,525||59,517|
|> 6 months & <= 1 year||45,318||48,711||42,564||46,082||45,646||44,952||46,627|
|> 1 year & <= 18 months||15,561||10,689||11,657||12,381||13,844||13,006||12,078|
|> 18 months & <= 2 years||13,980||10,467||13,486||15,149||14,991||15,728||15,905|
|> 2 years & <= 3 years||14,967||18,276||26,520||26,289||25,307||25,221||26,389|
|> 3 years & <= 4 years||14,005||10,722||6,628||8,153||8,507||9,204||12,054|
|> 4 years & <= 5 years||10,707||8,251||12,684||11,515||11,505||10,874||11,948|
|> 5 years & <= 7 years||4,340||5,847||10,604||10,370||10,614||10,748||11,001|
|> 7 years & <= 10 years||6,511||6,234||7,376||7,158||7,201||7,174||7,311|
|> 10 years or undated||597||590||179||172||173||176||180|
The data: coverage, periodicity and timeliness
Data on the value of funding are published as end of month figures in millions of New Zealand dollars. Ratios are published as percentages.
We release data approximately five weeks after the reference month.
Start-date of aggregate statistics
We compile tables L1 and L2 from data required to be reported by registered banks from April 2010, and these are published from that date.
We compile table L3 from data that registered banks are required to report by from March 2011, and it is published from that date.
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Last updated December 2014
The definitions below are sourced directly from the Liquidity Policy.
Total loans and advances
Total loans and advances (as per BS13) is the figure for loans and advances (net) as reported in the monthly Bank Balance Sheet Survey for the month that is two months prior to the BS13 reporting month.
Total funding is the sum of all market and non-market funding.
Non-market funding means total deposits/debt securities issued by a bank, not falling within the definition of market funding.
Market funding is defined as the total of:
- deposits/debt securities of a registered bank held by financial institutions or related parties of financial institutions
- tradable debt securities issued by a bank not already included in (a) above
- any funding received from related parties of a bank not already included in (a) or (b) above
- any funding that a bank is unable to or chooses not to allocate between market and non-market funding.
Residual maturity is the remaining time until the expiration or the repayment of the funding instrument.
The key concept for defining the residency source of funding is the centre of economic interest. An institutional unit or entity is defined as domestic when location exists within the economic territory of the country from which it engages, and intends to continue to engage, in a significant amount of economic activity.
Funding received from an institution or entity with a non-resident withholding tax 'flag' is classified as offshore for the purposes of this report.
Funding received through an agent or nominee, acting on behalf of non-residents, is also identified as offshore funding.
Symbols and conventions for summary table
|Symbol or convention||Definition|
|0||Zero or value rounded to zero|
|Light grey background||Historical|
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- Percentage changes are calculated on unrounded numbers
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