Financial Soundness Indicators

The Central Bank of Montenegro produces statistics of financial soundness indicators, in line with the IMF's Compilation Methodology.

Financial soundness indicators refer primarily to banks, and they represent relative values, that is the ratios of different categories and characteristics of the banking sector. They are comprised of indicators about solvency, liquidity, profitability, credit quality, and the sectorial and geographical distribution of loans, FX risk, as well as other segments of banks’ operations such as their financial risk management. The data used for compilation includes accounting and supervisory controls, and the sources of the data are the banks’ regular reports to the CBCG. Apart from that, a small segment of the financial soundness indicators covers the real estate market.

The data is published on a quarterly basis.

Updated: 15 May 2024