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Data
  Data characteristics Banking data
  Short presentation of data items
  • Income statement
  • Balance sheet
  • Asset quality
  • Capital adequacy
  Catalog Download the series catalogue (complete list of series) of the dataset CBD (Public) (including the metadata): Excel 2013 or the earlier Excel versions.
 
Access by the public
  Dissemination formats ECB website
  Publications catalogue Statistical Annex in "EU banking sector stability"
 
Integrity
  Principal legislation—stat. compl. Guideline ECB/2014/15 on monetary, financial institutions and market statistics (recast)
 
Methodology
  Scope / Coverage of the data Credit institutions operating in the EU28 countries
  Geographic coverage European Union
  Sector coverage Domestic credit institutions - Foreign EU & non-EU controlled subsidiaries and branches
  Weights Data are not weighted.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
  Title

Consolidated Banking Data (discontinued)

  Data source

National Supervisory Authorities

  Contact email address

ecb_cbd@ecb.int

  Contact organisation unit

DG-S Financial Statistics (MOE/FINS)

 
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
  FAME database shortcut

$CBD

 
SCOPE
  Data presentation - Summary description

These data contain information on the aggregate consolidated profitability, balance sheets, asset quality, liquidity, funding, capital adequacy and solvency of EU banks, and refer to all EU Member States.

The banks are divided into three size groups: small, medium-sized and large. Information on foreign-controlled institutions active in EU countries is also provided. 

  Data presentation - Detailed description

All data (for outstanding amounts and financial transactions) are reported in euro. The data are semi-annual, except for certain detailed breakdowns which are collected only annually

  Statistical population

The sample is that of credit institutions (IFRS and non-IFRS reporters)

 
METHODOLOGICAL INFORMATION
  Source data type

Income statements and balance sheets of banks. 

  Data collection method

The data received at national level are aggregated by reference sector:

  • Large domestic banks
  • Medium-sized domestic banks
  • Small domestic banks
  • Foreign EU controlled subsidiaries
  • Foreign non-EU controlled subsidiaries
  • Foreign EU controlled branches
  • Foreign non-EU controlled branches

Data for banking groups are reported on a consolidated basis

  Time period

From 2007 to 2013 for annual data, and from 2010H2 to 2013H1 for semi-annual data 

  Frequency of data collection

Semi-annual

  Accounting conventions

Financial accounting : stocks and flows

 
STATISTICAL PROCESSING
  Adjustment

Semi-annual flows are annualised by being multiplied by 2.

  Data validation

Verification of data by accounting identities

 
QUALITY
  Comparability - geographical

The aggregated values at EU and euro area level for 2007 do not cover all the EU and euro area countries at this date due to data availability constraints. See starting date for the corresponding series at country level for further details on the underlying population.

  Timeliness

Publication approximately 8 months after the reference period

 
DISSEMINATION
  Documentation on methodology

Some more detailed background information on the Consolidated Banking Data released by the ECB may be found here: CBD Website.

 
MISCELLANEOUS
  Last updated 31/OCT/2018 15:32:50

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