Source: From December 2000 to December 2005 the statistical information published by Banco de Mexico came from the Accounting and Sectorization Report (ICS for its acronym in Spanish). From March 2006 on, the information reported comes from the Minimum Sectorized Catalogue (CMS for its acronym in Spanish). This catalogue collects sectorized information that banking institutions report to the CNBV through the Minimun Catalogue and from other sources of information reported to Banco de Mexico. The Analytical Statement of Accounts remained in operation until November 2000. Data presented for the last day of the quarter.
From December 2002, a new classification for traditional deposit taking instruments in domestic currency is presented.
From December 2004, banks that have filed for bankruptcy are excluded.
1) Includes stocks from transactions with the public considering the locality where the saving is generated. Commercial and investment banks' deposit taking refers to raw data, hence pyramid effects are not elliminated.
2) Includes contracts for traditional checking accounts, certified checks, and payroll deposits.
3) Includes contracts for deposits with pre-established withdrawal days, fixed-term deposits, and notes with yields payable at maturity.
4) Includes traditional checking accounts and certified checking accounts.
5) Includes contracts for deposits with pre-established withdrawal days, fixed-term deposits, notes with yields payable at maturity, and bank acceptances.
6) Includes outstanding bank bonds and subordinated obligations.
7) Data in foreign currency is converted to domestic currency using the exchange rate, used to settle liabilities denominated in U.S. dollars payable in Mexico, for the accounting closing date.
8) Investment Banking includes stocks from transactions registered as trusts and excludes transactions done with banks within the country.