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[Notes on Statistics]Monetary Aggregates (market volume, outstanding) / Assets and Liabilities of Financial Institutions

Data for which no sources are mentioned are compiled by the Bank of Japan.
All times are Japan Standard Time unless noted otherwise.

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List of Financial Institutions and Individual Accounts used for Aggregation

  1. Domestically Licensed Banks
    1. 1.1. By Account Types
      1. (1) Banking Accounts (137 banks, end of November 2017)
      2. (2) Trust Accounts (39 banks, end of November 2017)
      3. (3) Overseas Branch Accounts (16 banks, end of November 2017)
    2. 1.2. By Bank Types
      1. (1) City Banks (5 banks, end of November 2017)
      2. (2) Regional Banks (64 banks, end of November 2017)
      3. (3) Regional Banks 2 (41 banks, end of November 2017)
      4. (4) Trust Banks (31 banks, end of September 2000)
      5. (5) Long-term Credit Banks (3 banks, end of September 2000)
  2. Foreign Banks in Japan (50 banks, end of November 2017)
  3. Securities Finance Institutions (3 security finance companies, end of December 2003)

Domestically Licensed Banks

Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Licensed Banks (Banking Accounts)

(Reference) Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Licensed Banks (Banking Accounts) (excluding trust subsidiaries and foreign trust banks, through September 1993)

  1. Figures exclude the Resolution and Collection Corporation (through March 1999, Resolution and Collection Bank), Kii Deposit Management Bank (dissolved on March 31, 2002), the Bridge Bank of Japan (dissolved on March 8, 2004), the Second Bridge Bank of Japan (the business was transferred on December 26, 2011), and the Japan Post Bank. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts. Through March 1992, figures include sogo banks.
  2. Figures are not adjusted for transfers from mergers, etc.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through March 1987, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include mutual installment loans.
    4. (d) Figures Include construction in progress.
    5. (e) Figures are the sum of the original issue discounts and issuance costs.
    6. (f) Figures include fixed savings.
    7. (g) Figures include installment deposits.
    8. (h) Figures are those of the accounts of the banks that conduct transactions with the Bank of Japan.
    9. (i) Figures are the sum of the outstanding amount of debentures issued and cost incurred by issuance.
    10. (j) Through March 2006, figures include partial repayments of loans before scheduled repayment.
    11. (k) Through April 2006, stockholders' equity.
    12. (l) Through April 2006, net unrealized losses on other securities.
    13. (m) Other accounts includes reserve for officials' bonuses and reserve for officials' retirement benefits.

Assets and Liabilities of City Banks (Banking Accounts)

  1. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts.
  2. Beginning from April 1997, total including other accounts includes trading accounts.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through September 1986, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include construction in progress.
    4. (d) Figures are the sum of the original issue discounts and issuance costs.
    5. (e) Figures are the sum of the outstanding amount of debentures issued and cost incurred by issuance.
    6. (f) Through April 2006, net unrealized losses on other securities.

Assets and Liabilities of Regional Banks (Banking Accounts)

  1. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts.
  2. Beginning from April 1997, total including other accounts includes trading accounts.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through September 1986, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include construction in progress.
    4. (d) Figures include fixed savings.
    5. (e) Through April 2006, net unrealized losses on other securities.

Assets and Liabilities of Regional Banks 2 (Banking Accounts)

  1. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts. Through March 1992, figures include sogobanks. Through January 1989, figures are those for sogo banks.
  2. Beginning April 1997, total including other accounts includes trading accounts.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through September 1986, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include mutual installment loans.
    4. (d) Figures include construction in progress.
    5. (e) Figures include installment deposits.
    6. (f) Through April 2006, net unrealized losses on other securities.

(Reference) Assets and Liabilities of Trust Banks (Banking Accounts) (through September 2000)

(Reference) Assets and Liabilities of Trust Banks (Banking Accounts) (excluding trust subsidiaries and foreign trust banks, through September 1993)

  1. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts.
  2. Beginning from April 1997, total including other accounts includes trading accounts.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through September 1986, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include construction in progress.
  4. From October 2000, we stopped classifying trust banks as the breakdowns by type of domestically licensed banks.

(Reference) Assets and Liabilities of Long-term Credit Banks (Banking Accounts) (through September 2000)

  1. Figures exclude accounts of overseas offices. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts.
  2. Beginning from April 1997, total including other accounts includes trading accounts.
  3. From March 2000, as a result of the change in accounting rules, the reserve for possible loan losses is no longer recorded in stockholders' equity but is treated as a deduction item in assets.
    1. (a) Beginning from November 1987, figures include overseas negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Through September 1986, figures include pecuniary trust.
    3. (c) Figures include construction in progress.
    4. (d) Figures are the sum of the original issue discounts and issuance costs.
    5. (e) Figures are the sum of the outstanding amount of debentures issued and cost incurred by issuance.
    6. (f) Figures include partial repayments of loans before scheduled repayment.
  4. From October 2000, we stopped classifying long-term credit banks as the breakdowns by type of domestically licensed banks.

Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Licensed Banks (Trust Accounts)

(Reference) Assets and Liabilities of Domestically Licensed Banks (Trust Accounts) (excluding trust subsidiaries and foreign trust banks, through September 1993)

  1. Figures exclude the Resolution and Collection Corporation.
  2. The following steps are taken to avoid double counting: (1) on the assets side, the amount of trust beneficiary rights (held by trust banks as assets) is reduced by the amount of those derived from trusts held by trust banks as liabilities; and (2) on the liabilities side, trusts from which trust beneficiary rights held by trust banks as assets are derived are eliminated.
  3. From October 2000, figures include trust beneficiary rights entrusted in other trustees for asset administration.
    1. (a) Figures include negotiable certificates of deposits.
    2. (b) Figures from March 2006 have discontinuity with the previous data because some of the surveyed financial institutions have changed their classification of component items in monetary claims.
    3. (c) Through February 2007, premises and movable property.

Principal Assets and Liabilities of Overseas Branches of Domestically Licensed Banks

(Reference) Principal Assets and Liabilities of Overseas Branches of Domestically Licensed Banks (through September 1993 or through September 2000)

  1. (a) On an asset / liability net-out basis.
  2. From October 2000, we stopped classifying trust banks and long-term credit banks as the breakdowns by type of domestically licensed banks.

Foreign Banks

Principal Assets and Liabilities of Foreign Banks in Japan

  1. Beginning from December 1986, figures include offshore accounts.
  2. Figures are those of banking accounts of the banks that conduct transactions with the Bank of Japan.
    1. (a) Figures include construction in progress.
    2. (b) Through March 2014, earned surplus reserve.
    3. (d) Through April 2006, net unrealized losses on other securities.

Securities Finance Institutions

(Reference) Principal Assets and Liabilities of Securities Finance Companies (through December 2003)

  1. (a) Partially includes Borrowed Money from financial institutions.