The European Banking Federation collects banking sector data from its Members and Associates on an annual basis. These data cover the main banking sector indicators, including: total bank assets, loans, deposits, securities acquired and issued, capital and reserves, number of employees, banks and bank branches.
EBF Banking Sector Statistics Database 2011
This year, the traditional EBF Banking Sector Statistics Database is replaced by another one, which relies on the ECB for banks’ balance sheet data and some ratios for the EU-27 countries. Data on banks operating in the EFTA and the EBF Associates’ countries continue being collected from respective national banking associations. This permits better data comparability across the EU-27 Member States and helps to bring forward the date of publication of the Database.
EU Banking Sector: Facts & Figures 2012
BLISS: Database of links to Sources of Economic and Financial Information
BLISS is a database of links to sources of EU level and International level information on economic and financial issues. The links provided in this database have been selected as the most representative and reliable information sources for the purpose of economic and financial analysis. The database is aimed to help researchers, analysts, academics and anyone else interested in economy and finance (of the EU/US) to pick the right sources of information.
International Comparison of Banking Sectors : Data sets for the European Union, euro area, United Kingdom, United States and Japan
Driven by the high demand for the international comparison of the banking systems, the EBF publishes here an update of the data which was first presented in the EBF Facts and Figures 2011 publication. Tables below contain information on the EU-27, Euro Area, the United Kingdom, United States and Japan. All data are as of end-2011, unless stated otherwise.