According to the weekly bulletin published by the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK), the loan volume of the sector increased by 96 billion 798 million liras as of May 12. In the said period, the total loan volume increased from 8 trillion 971 billion 53 million liras to 9 trillion 67 billion 851 million liras.
Total deposits (including interbank) in the banking sector decreased by 34 billion 592 million liras last week. The total deposits of the banking sector, which decreased by 0.33 percent in the week in question, became 10 trillion 405 billion 836 million liras.
Consumer loans became 1 trillion 353 billion 280 million liras
According to the data, the amount of consumer loans increased by 24 billion 602 million liras as of 12 May and rose to 1 trillion 353 billion 280 million liras. 423 billion 400 million lira of the said loans consisted of housing loans, 77 billion 804 million liras for vehicles and 852 billion 75 million liras for consumer loans.
In the said period, the amount of commercial loans with installments increased by 5 billion 149 million liras and reached 1 trillion 108 billion 337 million liras. Individual credit card receivables of banks increased by 25 billion 920 million liras and reached 670 billion 9 million liras. 353 billion 461 million liras of personal credit card receivables were in installments, and 316 billion 547 million liras were without installments.
Legal equity increased
According to the BRSA weekly data, non-performing loans in the banking sector decreased by 495 million liras compared to the previous week and decreased to 169 billion 54 million liras as of May 12. A special provision has been set aside for 144 billion 361 million TL of the aforementioned non-performing receivables.
In the same period, legal equities in the banking system increased by 391 million liras and reached 1 trillion 935 billion 627 million liras.