The Association of Banks announces an increase in the volume of deposits to 98.12 trillion dinars


  • Time: 07/04/2022 12:22:08
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The Association of Banks announces an increase in the volume of deposits to 98.12 trillion dinars

  {Economic: Al Furat News} The Association of Iraqi Private Banks announced that the volume of deposits in the banking sector had risen to 98.12 trillion dinars until the end of the year 2021.

The association’s executive director, Ali Tariq, said in a statement received by Al Furat News Agency that “the total assets in the banking sector increased by 15.87% during the year 2021, to become 150.4 trillion dinars.” 

He added that “deposits in the banking sector increased by 12.65%, as during the year 2021 it became more than 98.1 trillion dinars, while in the year 2020 it was 87.19 trillion dinars, explaining that the total credit “loans” amounted to more than 53.5 trillion dinars during the year 2021 after it was In 2020, a value of 51.1 trillion dinars. 

He pointed out that “the capital of the banks amounted to 150.4 trillion dinars during the year 2021, after the banks increased their capital in line with the development in banking services, pointing out that the pledge credit amounted during the year 2021 to more than 27.2 trillion dinars.” 

Tariq noted that “the increase in banking indicators indicates the high confidence between the citizen and the banking sector, due to the strategy of the Central Bank, which worked to develop the sector and increase and diversify services.” 

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