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Financial enterprises, annual financial data

Annual data 2006–2019, SEK million

  2019 2018[1] 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006
Balance sheet total, SEK million                            
Banks 9 206 562 8 890 846 11 604 621 9 267 555 8 881 097 9 182 099 8 078 112 7 793 176 7 542 725 6 919 515 6 917 147 7 384 539 6 026 259 5 088 692
Credit market companies 5 023 943 4 682 577 4 336 398 4 185 464 3 913 975 3 763 558 3 580 211 3 483 197 3 408 189 3 205 167 3 189 261 2 941 026 2 518 559 2 485 332
Securities brokerage companies 15 292 15 191 14 766 13 135 11 814 11 573 12 184 22 622 22 461 23 873 30 053 15 991 40 318 37 966
Net interest income, SEK million[2]                            
Banks 78 478 73 646 88 526 70 746 72 584 75 345 70 947 69 254 63 230 55 246 63 919 53 109 43 932 38 972
Credit market companies 52 668 52 555 53 078 50 772 46 030 39 474 36 857 33 272 27 640 24 753 27 215 21 073 18 115 21 459
Securities brokerage companies 26 9 23 23 34 45 59 103 113 91 75 300 174 134
Net fee and commission income, SEK million                            
Banks 43 804 37 265 54 233 40 809 40 516 38 880 36 393 31 799 31 574 31 902 29 224 27 864 31 452 30 198
Credit market companies 3 680 3 644 2 857 3 084 2 757 2 679 3 517 3 315 2 807 2 601 1 869 2 115 2 201 2 156
Securities brokerage companies 8 804 8 415 8 740 7 752 7 223 6 408 5 960 5 309 5 047 5 489 5 551 5 104 6 514 6 561
Operating profit, SEK million                            
Banks 88 568 90 719 118 036 106 960 91 637 100 699 77 665 83 210 57 470 51 323 37 042 42 140 49 566 73 911
Credit market companies 36 892 40 466 40 492 37 784 35 440 31 295 28 059 24 582 23 378 22 819 21 029 16 607 15 006 18 294
Securities brokerage companies 2 963 2 805 3 667 3 043 2 582 2 134 1 966 973 1 043 1 314 1 202 902 2 806 2 430
Dividends from group companies, SEK million                            
Banks 45 059 38 839 66 611 73 320 52 646 54 869 37 620 46 557 28 956 28 250 17 122 24 335 25 159 48 625
Credit market companies 224 2 357 437 84 117 122 178 294 662 1 286 2 388 2 734 296 808
Securities brokerage companies 0 24 166 15 21 4 42 31 10 58 10 42 12 28
Loan losses net, SEK million                            
Banks[3] 11 153 4 402 8 751 7 449 6 690 6 159 5 389 5 148 4 192 4 329 13 227 9 139 984 341
Credit market companies 2 696 1 975 1 022 1 012 995 835 968 1 140 1 222 1 295 1 424 875 197 258
Securities brokerage companies 3 2 0 2 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 5 0 3
Loan losses/Balance sheet total, %                            
Banks 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.0
Credit market companies 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Securities brokerage companies 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

[1] In 2018 a banking company ceased to exist and a foreign bank branch in Sweden was added to the population.

[2] Net interest income is defined as interest income less interest expense plus leasing income less depreciation of leasing assets.

[3] The banks' loan losses, net, 1984–1995 , SEK million

Year Loan losses
1984 2 203
1985 1 652
1986 2 585
1987 2 114
1988 2 075
1989 2 752
1990 10 876
1991 35 765
1992 57 571a)
1993 46 427
1994 14 637
1995 9 070

a) Excluding Gota Banks' loan losses of SEK 12 bn covered by insurance.

Comments

The banks' loan losses reached the highest level in 1992, as a consequence of the "bank crises" and amounted to SEK 70 billion.

Definitions and explanations

The balance sheet total is affected from 1996 onwards due to new legislation, Annual Accounts Act for Credit Institutions and Securities Brokerage Companies (1995:1559) implying that securities classified as current assets can be valued at market price, derivative instruments with positive/negative market values are reported gross in the balance sheet and a transition to trade date accounting. 

From 2007 onwards it is compulsory for individual enterprises to apply statutory IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) implying that assets and liabilities to a greater extent are valued at fair value.

More about the results

Source file
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Source
Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority

Last updated
2020-05-29

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