Published On: Thu, Jul 27th, 2017

Loan volume of Turkish banking sector increases to TL 1 trillion 961 billion in July




According to the weekly bulletin of the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA /BDDK), the loan volume of the sector increased by TL 2 billion 907 million in week which ended with July 21. In the mentioned period, total loan volume increased from TL 1 trillion 958 billion 631 million to TL 1 trillion 961 billion 538 million.

In this period, the total amount of lent loans to financial sector was TL 51 billion 696 million and the total loan volume excluding financial sector was TL 1 trillion 808 billion 30 million.



Total deposits in the banking sector (including interbank) decreased by TL 3 billion 509 million during the week ending July 21. The banking sector total deposits, which decreased by 0.21 percent in said week, went down to TL 1 trillion 688 billion 852 million.

Consumer loans

According to shared data, amount of consumer loans went down to 371 billion 321 million liras with a decrease of 242 million liras in the week ending July 21, 2017.

The loans consisted of 181 billion 939 million liras, 6 billion 642 million liras and 182 billion 740 million liras for housing loans, vehicle loans and consumer loans respectively.

In the said period, individual credit card receivables of the banks decreased by 1.7 percent to 82 billion 726 million liras. 39 billion 402 million lira portion of credit card receivables was with installment and 43 billion 324 million pounds was without installments.

In the same period, the equity of the banking system increased by 1.3 percent from 380 billion 862 million liras to 385 billion 672 million liras.

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