Supervisory Statistics on Credit Institutions
This section publishes aggregated information on Balance Sheet and Profit or Loss, and other information on profitability, asset quality and solvency, regarding all the credit institutions operating in Spain. It also provides breakdowns for Spanish credit institutions designated as significant institutions (SIs) and for other credit institutions and, for the latter, the breakdown between the Spanish credit institutions designated as less significant (LSIs, in which, by convention Instituto de Crédito Oficial has been included), the subsidiaries and the branches in Spain of foreign credit institutions
The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) is the system of banking supervision in Europe. According to Article 8 of Regulation (EU) 468/2014 establishing the framework for cooperation within the Single Supervisory Mechanism between the European Central Bank and national competent authorities, the ECB conducts supervision on a consolidated basis of significant institutions, while the relevant national competent authority performs the task of the supervisor on a consolidated basis, in repect of less significant institutions.
The information has been prepared from both consolidated and individual reports that credit institutions are required to submit to Banco de España, mainly for supervisory purposes, pursuant to the legal framework in force in each period. Specifically, these statistics are obtained from the information that credit institutions are required to submit pursuant to Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 680/2014, Regulation (EU) 534/2015 of the European Central Bank, and Circular 4/2017 of Banco de España.
- Main indicators
- Balance sheet composition. Assets, liabilities and equity
- Main items of profit or loss statement
- Information on solvency and asset quality
Financial soundness indicators
The financial soundness indicators presented in this page are part of the IMF´s Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus (SDDS+). These indicators are compiled in accordance with the methodology established by the International Monetary Fund (Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide) and, since 2017, in accordance with the guidance of the European Banking Authority (Guidance Note - Compiling IMF FSIs).
- Financial soundness indicators of the SDDS+
- Supervisory Statistics on Credit Institutions
- Entity by entity data