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Banks and mortgage companies

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Key figures

1 262

NOK billion in deposits from Households, August 2018

Selected figures. NOK million.
August 2017August 2018
Banks
Loans to households1 418 1841 522 136
Loans to manufacturing industry66 13771 108
Deposits from households1 193 1251 261 901
Mortgage companies
Loans to households1 354 7371 427 594
Loans to manufacturing industry1 0101 131
State lending institutions
Loans to households232 706242 124
Loans to manufacturing industry1 8621 634

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Table 1 
Banks. Loans by industry. NOK million

Banks. Loans by industry. NOK million
May 2018June 2018July 2018August 2018
1Due to the main revision of the national accounts in 2014 there is a new definition of Mainland-Norway. Parts of the industry of ‘Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Mining and quarrying’, also a part of the industry of ‘Sea transport abroad’ and ‘Transport via pipelines’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Transportation and storage’. The shift will basically occur in the period from October to December 2014.
All industries1 333 6371 345 7071 338 5511 349 575
 
Agriculture47 42248 08048 87948 838
Forestry3 2163 2363 2203 199
Fishing and hunting30 52429 99430 57430 423
Fish farming services19 98719 08420 36919 717
Mining and quarrying113 79813 51313 43613 659
Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas14 1004 0433 6513 581
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas16 11115 12413 55515 695
Manufacturing industry72 27574 31371 99171 108
Ship and boat building8 3747 8108 3407 714
Electricity and water supply40 59639 82541 41642 183
Water supply, drainage and waste disposal3 7373 7384 0354 164
Real estate development108 512110 434107 170108 137
Building and construction work beyond real estate development44 43144 87344 17644 612
Commodity trade etc68 53969 72366 70967 623
Sea transport abroad and transport via pipelines157 98559 05358 61959 638
Transportation and storage164 52966 47264 41666 569
Hotels and restaurants14 22013 39313 36212 684
Information and communication19 36119 58420 08419 814
Real estate, renting and business activities557 579563 596562 311566 159
Professional and financial services60 49562 84463 76568 348
Businesslike services36 01136 51037 87136 955
Other service activities41 83640 46640 60138 754

Table 2 
Finance companies. Loans by industry. NOK million

Finance companies. Loans by industry. NOK million
May 2018June 2018July 2018August 2018
1Due to the main revision of the national accounts in 2014 there is a new definition of Mainland-Norway. Parts of the industry of ‘Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Mining and quarrying’, also a part of the industry of ‘Sea transport abroad’ and ‘Transport via pipelines’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Transportation and storage’. The shift will basically occur in the period from October to December 2014.
All industries..86 137..
 
Agriculture..3 730..
Forestry..1 045..
Fishing and hunting..107..
Fish farming services..2 271..
Mining and quarrying1..2 044..
Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas1..2 014..
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas..227..
Manufacturing industry..7 404..
Ship and boat building..196..
Electricity and water supply..216..
Water supply, drainage and waste disposal..1 359..
Real estate development..320..
Building and construction work beyond real estate development..14 600..
Commodity trade etc..10 165..
Sea transport abroad and transport via pipelines1..8 875..
Transportation and storage1..11 540..
Hotels and restaurants..783..
Information and communication..2 372..
Real estate, renting and business activities..1 816..
Professional and financial services..2 079..
Businesslike services..9 409..
Other service activities..3 567..

Table 3 
Mortgage companies. Loans by industry. NOK million

Mortgage companies. Loans by industry. NOK million
May 2018June 2018July 2018August 2018
1Due to the main revision of the national accounts in 2014 there is a new definition of Mainland-Norway. Parts of the industry of ‘Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Mining and quarrying’, also a part of the industry of ‘Sea transport abroad’ and ‘Transport via pipelines’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Transportation and storage’. The shift will basically occur in the period from October to December 2014.
All industries170 615170 414170 677171 786
 
Agriculture2 2772 3092 3482 355
Forestry245233233235
Fishing and hunting192191196200
Fish farming services514600629634
Mining and quarrying1103109107112
Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas150494847
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas1111
Manufacturing industry1 0981 1221 1331 131
Ship and boat building56545556
Electricity and water supply195194204204
Water supply, drainage and waste disposal5 5485 7335 7045 696
Real estate development3 1743 2143 1663 042
Building and construction work beyond real estate development4 3114 3114 3394 404
Commodity trade etc2 1762 1572 1762 171
Sea transport abroad and transport via pipelines15 2815 0905 0015 077
Transportation and storage136 29036 34736 24635 945
Hotels and restaurants9089349921 014
Information and communication788794797785
Real estate, renting and business activities91 18590 71790 81792 106
Professional and financial services3 6253 5903 5123 480
Businesslike services6 1956 1315 7775 781
Other service activities6 4056 5367 1967 311

Table 4 
State lending institutions. Loans by industry. NOK million

State lending institutions. Loans by industry. NOK million
May 2018June 2018July 2018August 2018
1Due to the main revision of the national accounts in 2014 there is a new definition of Mainland-Norway. Parts of the industry of ‘Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Mining and quarrying’, also a part of the industry of ‘Sea transport abroad’ and ‘Transport via pipelines’ will now be classified under the industry of ‘Transportation and storage’. The shift will basically occur in the period from October to December 2014.
All industries80 71680 75480 85080 816
 
Agriculture4 4714 4524 4524 472
Forestry98979795
Fishing and hunting6 3766 3776 2946 274
Fish farming services413451446452
Mining and quarrying127272727
Services linked to extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas11111
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas........
Manufacturing industry1 6241 5291 6421 634
Ship and boat building260258257257
Electricity and water supply142142143144
Water supply, drainage and waste disposal6666
Real estate development1 7571 7471 7491 742
Building and construction work beyond real estate development567571568573
Commodity trade etc192197202201
Sea transport abroad and transport via pipelines1205222222217
Transportation and storage1569540542536
Hotels and restaurants1 1121 1101 1051 105
Information and communication508525527541
Real estate, renting and business activities43 02542 86043 00743 052
Professional and financial services1 2151 2351 2301 221
Businesslike services148146144144
Other service activities18 00318 26018 19118 123

About the statistics

The statistics on banks and mortgage companies compile balance sheets and profit and loss accounts for credit institutions, finance companies and state lending institutions. The balance sheet shows assets, liabilities and equity. The profit and loss account shows revenues and expenses.

Definitions

Definitions of the main concepts and variables

Balance sheet, monthly and yearly

The balance sheet shows assets, liabilities and equity at the end of the accounting period. The most important balance sheet items are presented by sector.

Profit and loss account, quarterly

The profit and loss account shows accumulated revenues and expenses throughout the year.

 

Standard classifications

There are four types of classifications: object/instrument, sector, industry and type.

Finance objects and real objects (instruments)

Liabilities, claims and other assets in banks and financial corporations' balance sheets are divided into main equable groups, for example loans, bank deposits, bonds, shares etc.

Debtor and creditor sector

Borrowers and lenders are classified by institutional sector classification based on the national accounts' regulations. See our pages for the reporting insttitutions;

http://www.ssb.no/a/innrapportering/orbof/

Debtor and creditor industry

Based on regulations in the industry standard, loans and deposits are grouped according to which industry the debtor or creditor belongs to. See our pages for the reporting insttitutions;

http://www.ssb.no/a/innrapportering/orbof/

Income and cost types
Income and cost types are based on national account regulations. Examples of income and cost types are interest income and interest costs.

Administrative information

Name and topic

Name: Banks and mortgage companies
Topic: Banking and financial markets

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Responsible division

Division for Financial Markets Statistics

Regional level

The whole country

Frequency and timeliness

The monthly balance sheet statistics is published 5 weeks after the reporting period. The profit and loss account is published 8 weeks after the reporting period. Yearly aggregated loans and deposits by county are published 6 months after the reporting period.

International reporting

Reporting to the BIS, Eurostat, the IMF and the OECD.

Microdata

Not relevant

Background

Background and purpose

The reporting procedure is made in collaboration between the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway, Norges Bank and Statistics Norway. The data from banks and financial corporations form the basis for the supervision of the institutions and the financial markets. The data is also an information base for the monetary and credit market policy and a vital contribution to the statistics for credit indicators and monetary growth. The reporting is the main base for the official statistics on financial enterprises. It is also an important input in the national accounts and the balance of payments and the credit market statistics. The data is used for international reporting to the BIS, Eurostat, the IMF and the OECD etc.

Users and applications

The main area of application is statistics (publishing and input in other statistics), analysis and supervision (by the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway). The data is included in the national accounts, financial sector accounts and the balance of payments. Important users other than Statistics Norway are Norges Bank, the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway, Ministry of Finance, the financial services industry, researchers at universities and in international organisations, and the media.

Equal treatment of users

Not relevant

Coherence with other statistics

The statistics are based on the guidelines in the national accounts standards System of National Accounts from 2008 (SNA 2008), European System of Accounts from 2010 (ESA 2010) and the IMF Manual on Monetary and Financial Statistics.
Statistics from the financial institutions are used in the national accounts, financial sector accounts, the balance of payments and in the Norwegian statistics of foreign debt and receivables.

Legal authority

The main part of the data covered here is collected under the provisions of the Act on the Supervision of Credit Institutions, Insurance Companies and Securities Trading etc. (Financial Supervision Act) of 7 December 1956 no. 1 (with amendments per 1 July 2003). Reporting from Norges Bank and from state lending institutions is obtained under the provisions of the Act concerning official statistics and Statistics Norway of 16 June 1989 no. 54 (the Statistics Act).

EEA reference

Council directive 635/86 Accounting directive for banks and other credit institutions.

Council directive 2006/48/EF Supervisory directive relating to the taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions

Council regulation 295/2008. Council regulation 251/2009 Amendments to council regulation 295/2008.

Council regulation 2223/96 The regulation covers the European system for national and regional accounts.
Council regulation 1392/2007 Amendments to council regulation 2223/96.

Council regulation 1606/2002 Regulation on the application of international accounting standards
Council regulation 297/2008 Amendments to council regulation 1606/2002

Production

Population

The financial statistics is based on balance sheet and profit and loss account data from Norges Bank, all banks, state lending institutions, mortgage companies and financial companies in Norway, including foreign companies' branches in Norway.

Data sources and sampling

The data is based on reconciliated accounting data from financial institutions.

The accounting statistics are based on the total count.

 

Collection of data, editing and estimations

The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway and Statistics Norway work together to collect the accounting data. All data is reported electronically via the official Norwegian portal Altinn. The reporting institutions receive automatic feedback on errors or possible errors in the reporting. These errors should be corrected within two days. After Statistics Norway complete to process the data, the reporting institutions may be asked to control, verify or correct other data not included in the automatic feedback. Corrections from the reporting institutions are received continuously.

Seasonal adjustment

Not relevant

Confidentiality

Not relevant

Comparability over time and space

The accounting statistics for financial institutions is based on current accounting regulations for financial institutions. Breaches may therefore occur in connection with changes in accounting legislation and in the regulations applicable to the financial institutions. Structural changes like new companies, mergers and spin-offs, and portfolio movements, may also lead to breaches in the time series.

International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS)
The new accounting standard IFRS is an example of a change that has causedbreaches in the time series. From 2009, the reporting companies may report according to the IFRS standard and other entities may follow NGAAP. The IFRS standard will lead to larger fluctuations in the data because of more extensive use of fair value in the accounting. The comparison of the reported data with the companies' official accounts is also challenging when the IFRS standard does not require a specific presentation of the accounts, as the traditional Norwegian accounting standards do.

Regulation on loans
The IFRS-adapted regulation on loans was introduced 1. January 2005. It lead to a small change in the measuring of the value of loans and guaranties in the accounting data and thereby to a small breach in the time series for loans and loan loss provisions. There were also a breach in the time series on loans in 1992 due to changed accounting rules.

Changes in the presentation of the statistics
Data specifications are updated continuously. An example of changes in data series is Credit lines secured on dwellings became a new specification from January 2006 and was partly deducted from repayment loans secured on dwellings.

Structural changes
There are several mergers, spin-offs and new companies being started every year. Many of these structural changes have no significant impact on the statistics, while others lead to breaches in the time series. Major changes will be commented upon in the current statistics publication.

New institutional grouping of sectors
From January 2012, a new Norwegian standard for institutional grouping of sectors were made in line with revised international standards, which Norway is obliged to follow. From March 2012 onwards, this led to breaches in the accounting statistics for banks and financial institutions.

Some companies that were classified as non-financial institutions are now classified as financial institutions. Loan to these institutions should no longer be allocated between different industries, and are no longer included in the statistics for loans by industry. The industry for professional and financial services are affected in particular, since many of the institutions that were included earlier, have been moved from non-financial institutions to financial institutions.

New specification on industries
In May 2009, a new Norwegian standard for industries were introduced in the financial statistics. This change increased the possibilities to track the development in loans for important individual industries. It also led to breaches in time series for loans by industry. This makes comparison of loans by industry difficult in the period before and after May 2009 on monthly basis, and before and after May 2010 on yearly basis.

Norwegian covered bonds
Covered bonds are bonds conferring a preferential claim over a cover pool consisting of public sector loans and loans secured on dwellings or other real property. Only mortgage companies with special authorisation can issue covered bonds in Norway, and these bonds have been issued since June 2007.

On 24 October 2008, the Norwegian Parliament granted the Ministry of Finance the authority to put into effect an arrangement where Norwegian banks could “swap” covered bonds with treasury bills. This “swap agreement” was aimed at reducing the negative effects of the financial crisis. The banks can acquire covered bonds either in the market or directly from mortgage companies that are licensed to issue covered bonds. Since the announcement of this offer by the Norwegian government, a number of new mortgage companies have been established. As a result, lending portfolios have been swapped between banks and mortgage Companies.

Customisation of reporting from banks and finance companies (ORBOF) to international accounting standards (IFRS 9)
From January 2018 onwards, there has been completed a large restructuration of the reporting that creates the basis for the statistics. This implied an extensive restructuration and by definition a change in reported data, which affected both the balance sheet and the profit and loss account. It also led to changes in the scope of some objects in the reporting. Due to the new reporting standard, there are breaches in some time series that makes it challenging to compare data before and after January 2018. See this article for more information:

https://www.ssb.no/bank-og-finansmarked/omlegging-av-bankstatistikken

Accuracy and reliability

Sources of error and uncertainty

Errors and discrepancies can occur in the accounting data. These discrepancies can have a several sources:

*Errors in the reporting party's accounts

*Errors in the transfer of data from the institution's primary accounts to data reports and to recipients

*Different accounting and evaluation principles

*Different accounting dates for transactions

*Insufficient data from the reporting parties

*Processing errors

Due to large amounts of data and a dynamic control and revision system, published data will be regarded as preliminary until next years data for the same period is published. This means that data for the current year may be revised without this being marked in the preceding publishing. Large and important revision however, will be commented upon in the publishing of today's statistics.

Revision

The statistics show preliminary figures. Data may be revised in future publications.