Banking statistics: recent and prospective developments

Quarterly Bulletin 1995 Q1
Published on 01 March 1995

The Bank of England collects banking and related data for a variety of purposes—including the conduct of prudential supervision, the compilation of monetary, banking and similar financial statistics, and as a contribution to the national accounts and balance of payments statistics compiled by the Central Statistical Office. The aim is to collect the data as efficiently and economically as possible. This article briefly recounts developments since the start of the last review of banking statistics in 1987 and outlines the statistics currently available. It lists the main bids for new statistics of which the Bank is already aware, and invites comments from users on their existing and prospective needs.

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