February 24, 2024

Net worth of UAE’s Banking reserves mounts to over $81BN


For the first five months in 2019, the Central Bank of the UAE states that the estimated net worth of UAE’s Banking reserves has surged by $1.36Bn.

By the end of May 2019, UAE’s banking sector witnessed a considerable performance booster as the Net worth of Banking reserves at Central Bank of the UAE grossed around AED298 billion ($81.1billion), estimated growth of AED5 billion during the past five months.

The rise, which is ever consistent with CBUAE’s Banking Indicators Report cited by state press agency WAM, was driven by an increase within the bank’s reserve necessities that rose to AED126.3 billion in May, with the current accounts up to AED24.5 billion and certificates of deposits to AED147.1 billion.

In terms of credit, loans provided to the government rose by 1.6 percent to AED204.8 billion in May, with business and industrial sector credit touching AED807 billion.

The average value on bank deposits stood at 1.1-1.8 percent with the disposition to stable resources quantitative relation starting from 81.2-82.4 percent, WAM added to the point.

The previous week, Alvarez & Marsal’s latest UAE Banking Pulse for Q1 stated that UAE banks are generating healthy earnings despite the toughest economic conditions.

The report aforementioned the underlying theme within the three-month amount to the tip of March could be a surge in profit, underpinned by a rise in loans and advances, and a stabilized yield on credit.

It was also found that overall operational, financial gain has been up considerably from this fall 2018 driven by non-interest income, off-setting decrease in interest financial gain.

Alvarez & Marsal’s analysis compared the info of the nine largest listed banks within the UAE.



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