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Financial Statistics

06/08/2013

Chart 1: Lending to Irish Resident Households


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Definition: Lending to Irish households covers developments in lending for house purchase, consumption and other purposes by banks within Ireland. Summary: The pace of expansion in lending to households from 2003-2007 was among the highest in the euro area. The subsequent decline has been particularly large for consumer lending, as both total and housing related lending have been contracting on an annual basis since late 2009/early 2010. The extent of the contraction in household lending in Ireland has been more pronounced than in the euro area as a whole.

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Total Lending to Households Lending for Consumption and Other Purposes

Lending for House Purchase

Chart 2: Lending to Irish Resident Non-Financial Corporations


Definition: Lending to Irish non-financial corporations (NFCs) covers developments in lending to all incorporated non-financial businesses by banks within Ireland. Summary: The pace of expansion in lending to NFCs from 2003-2007 was among the highest in the euro area and concentrated in property related lending. The decline in NFC lending in recent years has been concentrated in medium- to longer-term loans, which is in line with the wider contraction in investment in the Irish economy over the period. Shorter-term lending, including the use of overdrafts, has, for the most part, continued to increase, albeit at a much slower pace. There is also evidence of an upward trend in longer term loans since early 2010.

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Chart 3: Lending to Irish Non-Financial Enterprises


Definition: Credit to Irish non-financial enterprises (NFEs) covers all credit to non-financial businesses, irrespective of legal form, by banks within Ireland. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are identified based on standard EU definitions. Summary: The majority of credit advanced to NFEs continues to be to SMEs. These enterprises are more likely to be indigenous and have a higher reliance on funding from the Irish resident banking system than larger and multi-national enterprises.

Credit to Large Enterprises 34,581 37% Credit to SMEs 58,249 63%

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Ref: Q1 2013; million

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Chart 4: Irish Resident and Non-Resident Private-Sector Deposits


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Irish Resident Private-Sector Deposits

Non-Resident Private-Sector Deposits

Definition: Deposits of non-MFI private sector held in banks within Ireland. Summary: Following a period of strong growth between 2003 and 2006, inflows of deposits from the Irish resident and non-resident private sector declined sharply from early 2007 onwards. The annual rate of change in both series turned negative towards the end of 2008, and as deposit outflows continued to accelerate, the annual rate of decline in Irish resident private-sector deposits reached 11 per cent in late 2011, while the contraction in nonresident private-sector deposits was even more pronounced. Through 2012 and into 2013, however, private-sector deposits stabilised and began to increase on an annual basis, first for Irish resident deposits (August 2012) and then for non-resident deposits (May 2013). Note: This series refers to deposits in all credit institutions, including those in the IFSC. Breakdowns of certain deposit categories by type of bank are available on the Central Bank website. Full Data Set Available Here

Chart 5: Interest Rates on Household Loans and Deposits


Definition: Weighted average interest rate between Irish resident banks and households on loans and deposits. Summary: Interest rates on loans to households increased steadily between early 2010 and late 2011, following a period of significant decline from October 2008 to end-2009. Towards the latter part of 2011, interest rates on household loans began to once again decline, as policy rates were cut. Interest rates on mortgage loans (which account for 78 per cent of total outstanding loans to households) have typically reflected changes to the ECB's main refinancing rate, due to the high proportion of tracker and other variable rate products in the Irish market. However, over the past nine months the applicable Irish rate has diverged somewhat from the ECB's MRO rate. Irish mortgage interest rates have tended to gradually increase over the last two quarters.

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Loans

Deposits

Chart 6: Credit Advanced by Sector


Total: 195 billion
Total excl. property related and financial intermediation: 39 billion Extra-Territorial Organisations 28% Human Health and Social Work Education Other Community, Social and Business and Administrative Information and Communication 52% Property Related Financial Intermediation Other Hotels and Restaurants Transportation and Storage Wholesale/Retail Trade & Repairs Water Supply, Sewerage, Waste Electricity, Gas, Steam and Air Manufacturing Primary Industries Ref: Q1 2013 10,000 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 0

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Definition: Credit to Irish enterprises covers all credit to businesses, irrespective of legal form, by credit institutions within Ireland. Sector classifications based on NACE Rev.2. Summary: Financial Intermediation (including FVCs) and the property Related sectors of Real Estate and Construction activities account for 80 per cent of total credit advanced. Of the remaining 20 per cent, Wholesale/Retail Trade & Repairs, Hotels & Restaurants, Business & Administrative Services, Primary, and Manufacturing are the main sectors accessing credit from Irish resident credit institutions.

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Chart 7: Household Net Worth


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Definition: Household net worth is equal to the household sectors' stock of financial and housing assets minus its stock of liabilities. Summary: The expansion of net worth in the series was largely driven by the rapid growth in the value of housing assets. The subsequent decline in net worth was also significantly driven by this factor, but mitigated by the reduction in household liabilities. Note : Housing Assets based on internal Central Bank of Ireland estimates (available upon request).

Data Set Available Here Information Release Available Here

Financial Assets

Housing Assets

Liabilities

Net Worth

Chart 8: Household Debt


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Definition: Household debt is represented by total household loans at the end of each quarter. Household indebtedness can be measured by total household loans as a percentage of disposable income measured by a four-sum moving average. The latter is sourced from the CSO's institutional accounts. Summary: The chart shows the growth in household indebtedness over the series as households' loans grew strongly. Household loans peaked at Q4 2008.

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Data Set Available Here Information Release Available Here Note: Disposable income available from www.cso.ie

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Debt (LHS)

Debt as a % of Disposable Income (RHS)

Chart 9: Mortgage Arrears


Definition: The number of mortgage accounts on principal dwelling homes (PDH) that are in arrears equivalent to at least 90 days past due. Thousands of Mortgages

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Summary: The number of mortgage accounts in arrears of over 90 days has increased significantly in recent years, from 3.1 per cent of all outstanding mortgages on PDH properties at end-Q3 2009 to 12.3 per cent at end Q1 2013.

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In arrears 91 to 180 days

In arrears over 180 days

% in arrears for more than 90 days

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Chart 10: Government Liabilities


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Definition: Government liabilities differ from the Excessive Deficit Procedure (EDP) measure of debt as it is calculated on a nonconsolidated basis, and is measured at a market value. The chart also shows Quarterly Government Debt (QGD), which is the standard quarterly measure of debt consistent with EDP methodology. Summary: Government liabilities have grown substantially since 2008. The expansion has been largely driven by an increase in loans and securities. The promissory note issued to IBRC is classified as loans in financial accounts. The funding from the EU/IMF programme is also classified as loans.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Data Set Available Here Information Release Available Here Note: QGD available from: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/

Long-Term Securities Deposits Other

Loans Short-Term Securities QGD

Chart 11: Foreign Claims of Irish-Owned Banks


All Foreign Claims % UK Claims bn Definition: The consolidated banking statistics detail the claims of the domestic banks on non-residents, by counterpart country and sector on an ultimate risk basis i.e. according to the country and sector where the ultimate guarantor of the risk resides. Summary: The chart shows that the majority of claims are on the UK, and gives the sectoral breakdown of these claims.

Private Sector 67bn ROW 13%

Spain 2% France 4% US 5%

Germany 2%

Public Sector 8bn

Ref: Q1 2013

Credit Institutions 3bn

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Chart 12: Maturity Profile of Irish Long-Term Government Bonds

May-13 Breakdown Amounts due to mature in: < 3 Years 3 to 5 years 5 to 10 years 10 to 15 years > 15 years Total

Resident 44%

Non-Resident 56%

18% 4% 19% 8% 51% 100%

19% 6% 61% 12% 2% 100%

Definition: A breakdown of the maturity profile of Irish long-term government bonds. Summary: The outstanding value of long-term government debt was 115.4 billion at end-May 2013. Over the next three years, 21.4 billion (or 18 per cent) of euro-denominated long-term debt will fall due; 60 per cent of which is payable to non-resident investors. At end-May 2013, Irish resident investors accounted for 44 per cent of long-term Irish government bonds compared with 27 per cent in May 2012.

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Chart 13: Value of Irish Resident Investment Fund Shares/Units 45 35


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Definition: The value of Irish resident investment funds and inflows from investors. Summary: The value of the industry has increased very strongly since the start of the data series in Q4 2008 and, based on the net asset value of investment funds, passed the 1 trillion mark in Q1 2013. Irelands share of the euro area industry has increased steadily and now stands at almost 15 per cent. Over half of all euro area hedge funds are resident here. The key driving factor has been transactions inflows, reflecting new funds and investor flows into existing funds, rather than revaluation changes (though a reclassification from money market to investment funds drove the large increase in Q4 2011).

Transaction Net Inflows (LHS)

Value of Investment Funds (RHS)

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Chart 14: No. of Reporting Irish Resident FVCs and Total Assets
Definition: FVCs are entities that are set up for the purpose of carrying out securitisation activities, which is where these vehicles take on the credit risk of an asset. Summary: This chart shows the total asset value and the number of reporting Irish resident FVCs since Q4 2010. The chart reflects that overall value of assets increased for the first time since Q4 2010, with assets increasing to 450.2 billion in Q1 2013, up from 441.9 as at the close of Q4 2012. This increase was entirely driven by NAMA transactions. However over the same period, the total number of reporting entities decreased from 748 in Q4 2010 to 682 as at the close of Q1 2013.

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Number of Reporting Irish Resident FVCs (RHS)

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