External business of Monetary Financial Institutions operating in the UK - 2019 Q3

This statistical release covers all claims on and liabilities to other countries by UK-resident banks and building societies (monetary financial institutions).
Published on 06 December 2019

Key points

  • Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external liabilities increased by $107.0 billion during 2019 Q3. The largest increase in liabilities was to Developed Countries, which was largely accounted for by the United States.
  • Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external claims increased by $29.4 billion during 2019 Q3. The increase was more than accounted for by Developed Countries, which was largely driven by Switzerland.

PDFExternal business of Monetary Financial Institutions operating in the UK - 2019 Q3

The tables in this release are also available in Excel format:

ExcelTables A-G

Next release date: 6 March 2020

Additional detail

Selected series and a more detailed country and currency breakdown of the data are available in the following tables:

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