Statistics

April 2017

Chapter 9. Non-monetary financial institutions

 This chapter has been re-designed to adapt it to the sectoral changes in the European System of Accounts 2010, particularly to changes in the subsectors that make up the Financial institutions sector (see methodological summary of the Financial Accounts of the Spanish EconomyOpens in a new window) and which affect non-monetary financial institutions.

The information blocks provided cover a range of institutional groupings, whose composition is clarified in the accompanying table. This information includes time series of the stocks of the financial accounts, available from 1994 Q4, the breakdowns of which are not published in the quarterly edition of the Financial Accounts of the Spanish Economy. In addition, breakdowns of the contribution of some of the subsectors or agents to aggregate euro area statistics have also been presented since the statistics were required by the European Central Bank. Moreover, the information provided enables the statistics of non-monetary financial institutions to be monitored by certain international organisations (such as the Financial Stability Board, the IMF and the OECD).

This chapter will be updated on a quarterly basis to coincide with the publication of the Financial Accounts of the Spanish Economy.

 

NON-BANK FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

  • Specialised credit institutions (as part of S.122)
  • S.123 Money market funds

NON-MONETARY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

NON-MONETARY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, EXCEPT INSURANCE CORPORATIONS AND PENSION FUNDS

  •  S.124 Investment funds other than money market funds

OTHER NON-MONETARY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

  • S.125 Other financial intermediaries
  • S.126 Financial auxiliaries
  • S.127 Captive financial institutions and money lenders
  • S.128 Insurance corporations
  • S.129 Pension funds     

 

 Chapter 16. Households and Non-profit institutions serving households

This chapter provides summary information on the economic accounts and the labour market of the households and NPISHs sector from the national (non-financial) accounts and the LFS (Labour Force Survey) prepared by INE, and from the financial accounts prepared by the Banco de España. Each table presents the amounts of the variables, both gross and in per capita terms or in relation to gross disposable income. In addition, the tables include charts depicting the most significant variables.
This chapter will be updated on a quarterly basis to coincide with the publication of the Financial Accounts of the Spanish Economy.

Chapter 17. Balance of Payments and International Investment Position

More detailed information in geographical terms of credits and debits of services is being published for the first time (Tables 17.4d and 17.4e).