The banking sector’s loan volume reached 12 trillion 897.2 billion lira last week

According to the weekly bulletin published by the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA), the banking sector’s loan volume increased by 12 billion 787 million lira as of April 9.

During the mentioned period, the total loan volume rose from 12 trillion 884 billion 459 million lira to 12 trillion 897 billion 246 million lira.

Total deposits in the banking sector, including interbank, also increased by 185 billion 303 million lira last week, reaching 15 trillion 594 billion 563 million lira.

The amount of consumer loans reached 1 trillion 617.1 billion lira According to the data, the amount of consumer loans increased by 3 billion 301 million lira to 1 trillion 617 billion 65 million lira as of April 9. Of these loans, 445 billion 380 million lira were housing loans, 91 billion 564 million lira were vehicle loans, and 1 trillion 80 billion 121 million lira were personal loans.

During this period, the amount of installment commercial loans decreased by 1 billion 570 million lira to 1 trillion 597 billion 597 million lira.

Banks’ receivables from individual credit cards increased by 1.3% to 1 trillion 407 billion 257 million lira. Of the receivables from individual credit cards, 594 billion 392 million lira were installment debts, and 812 billion 865 million lira were non-installment debts.

Legal equity decreased As of April 9, the non-performing loans in the banking sector increased by 1 billion 44 million lira compared to the previous week, reaching 199 billion 901 million lira. Special provisions were allocated to 163 billion 24 million lira of non-performing loans.

During the same period, the legal equity of the banking system decreased by 24 billion 934 million lira to 2 trillion 730 billion 953 million lira.

source: prepared by Melisa Beğiç

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