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  Financing and financial information of financial intermediaries     (CF129) - Domestic financing by commercial banks

Period: Dec 1994 - Aug 2016, Monthly, Thousands of Pesos, Nominal Stocks

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Financing granted by Commercial Banks
to the Non-Banking Sector */
Nominal stocks in thousand pesos
Total financing (A+B+C+D) 1/
4,709,058,965 4,717,658,238 4,757,294,607
A.Private Sector
3,478,838,027 3,542,198,828 3,570,737,514
a.1 Direct financing
3,434,432,718 3,497,652,445 3,526,034,977
a.1.1 Consumption loans
838,224,865 850,084,055 861,017,262
a.1.2 Mortgage loans 2/
634,215,570 640,855,044 644,598,036
a.1.3 Credit to Firms and self-employed individuals with business activity
1,798,201,688 1,836,335,851 1,849,467,384
a.1.4 Non-bank financial intermediaries
163,790,595 170,377,495 170,952,295
a.2 Securities related to restructuring programs
44,405,309 44,546,383 44,702,537
a.2.1 Specialized Cetes (related to restructuring UDIS programs) 3/
44,405,309 44,546,383 44,702,537
a.2.2 IPAB-FOBAPROA 4/
0 0 0
B.States and municipalities
324,361,231 326,776,394 322,637,419
b.1 Direct financing
318,798,851 321,196,046 317,037,107
b.2 Securities related to restructuring programs
5,562,380 5,580,348 5,600,312
b.2.1 Specialized Cetes (related to restructuring UDIS programs) 3/
5,562,380 5,580,348 5,600,312
C.Public sector
818,234,300 752,783,052 752,815,163
c.1 Direct financing
818,205,766 752,754,893 752,786,890
c.2 Debt restructuring programs (ADES)
28,534 28,159 28,273
D.Others
87,625,407 95,899,964 111,104,511
d.1 IPAB (before FOBAPROA) 5/
87,268,242 95,486,656 110,883,664
d.2 PIDIREGAS 6/
0 0 0
d.3 FONADIN (before FARAC) 7/
357,165 413,308 220,847
Total financing considering loans related to restructuring programs(E+F+G+H) 1/ 8/
4,659,091,276 4,667,531,507 4,706,991,758
E.Private sector
3,434,432,718 3,497,652,445 3,526,034,977
e.1 Direct financing (equal to a.1)
3,434,432,718 3,497,652,445 3,526,034,977
e.1.1 Securities
67,967,260 68,905,128 65,572,354
e.1.2 Performing loans
3,271,508,494 3,333,837,715 3,365,226,310
e.1.3 Non-performing loans
94,956,964 94,909,602 95,236,313
e.2 Loans related to restructuring programs
0 0 0
e.2.1 Restructured loans denominated in UDIS.
0 0 0
e.2.2 Loans related to restructuring programs
0 0 0
F.States and municipalities
318,798,851 321,196,046 317,037,107
f.1 Direct financing (equal to b.1)
318,798,851 321,196,046 317,037,107
f.2 Loans related to restructuring programs 9/
0 0 0
f.2.1 Restructured loans denominated in UDIS.
0 0 0
G.Public sector (equal to C)
818,234,300 752,783,052 752,815,163
g.1 Lending
267,080,891 254,219,464 241,222,612
g.2 Securities
551,153,409 498,563,588 511,592,551
H.Others
87,625,407 95,899,964 111,104,511
h.1 Lending
0 5 0
h.2 Securities
87,625,407 95,899,959 111,104,511
Memo:
Direct financing to the Private Sector (equal to a.1)
3,434,432,718 3,497,652,445 3,526,034,977
Domestic currency
2,985,604,352 3,028,243,752 3,062,004,200
Foreign currency
448,828,366 469,408,693 464,030,777
Source: From December 2000 to November 2005 information published by Banco de México was obtained by the "Informe Contable y de Sectorización (ICS)" a questionary handed by banks. Since December 2005 this questionary was substituted by the Annex to the Minimum Catalog (ACM). This questionary contains information required by the Securities and Bank Comission (CNBV) and other sources of information collected by Banco de México. Before November 2000 the questionary used by Banco de México was "Estado Analítico de Cuentas".
Notes:
Commercial banks or banking groups multiple private lenders residents country, including national banks, subsidiaries of foreign banks established in Mexico, as well as foreign agencies. * / Given that banks and financial groups have acquired or established multiple-purpose non-bank financial corporations, regulated entities (sofomes E.R.), to manage a portion of their credit portfolio to different market segments, from July 2016 and retroactively to March 2008, commercial bank data are shown consolidated with the corresponding data of their sofomes E.R. subsidiaries. Table CF597 Domestic financing by commercial banks, incorporates this modification. The equivalent table with the previous methodology (CF129) will stop updating from August 2016.
As a result of the rounding of numbers, agqregate levels could not be equal to the sum of their components.
Latest three months are preliminary.
Since Dec-04 banks in liquidation process were not included.
1/ Includes securities, Performing loans, non-performing loans, discounted credits, accrued interests, total loans non-performing interests and securities of debt restructuring programs.
2/ Includes new provisions of the CNBV applicable to credit institutions to leave. January 2007, which implies reclassifications.
3/ Securities issued according to the loans transfered to UDIS trust.
4/ Securities issued according to the loans exchange program with IPAB-FOBAPROA (includes accrued interests).
5/ Includes direct financing to the IPAB and loans granted for funding programs. Does not include lending related to restrcuturing programs.
6/ Financing granted to long term infrastructure proyects in national and foreign currency.
7/ Corresponds to financing granted for the Highway Bailout Trust.
8/ This definition differs from total financing (A+B+C+D) due to the fact that Securities related to restructuring programs are substituted by the loans associated to those securities. Therefore this concept is affected by withdrawals and portfolio sales.
9/ Includes restructured loans denominated in UDIS.
*/ Since March 2008 the Commercial Bank includes consolidated balances from subsidiaries Sofom E. R. of Credit Cards (Tarjetas Banamex, Santander Consumo, Ixe Tarjetas and Sociedad Financiera Inbursa), which implies the balance of credit to consumption will be bigger than before. Due to this adjustment, the balance of the credit granted to Non-Banking Financial Intermediaries will be smaller.
Financing and financial information of financial intermediaries(CF129) - Domestic financing by commercial banks