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29.11.2021 15:42 News >> Turkish Banking Sector's Net Profit Reaches $7B In Jan-Oct

Turkish Banking Sector's Net Profit Reaches $7B In Jan-Oct

Total assets of banks in Turkey reach $774B as of end October, according to banking watchdog.

Turkey's banks posted a net profit of 66.1 billion Turkish liras ($7 billion) in January-October, according to the country's banking watchdog on Monday.
The 10-month figure rose from 50 billion Turkish liras ($6 billion) in the same period last year, the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA) data showed.
The total assets of the banks surpassed 7.4 trillion Turkish liras ($774.1 billion) as of end-October, up from 6.2 trillion Turkish liras ($751.9 billion) in the same period last year.
Loans, the largest sub-category of assets, went up 12% to some 4.2 trillion Turkish liras ($439 billion) during the same period.
On the liabilities side, deposits held at lenders in Turkey reached 4.3 trillion liras ($455.6 billion) as of the end of the month, up 19% year-on-year.
Shedding light on lenders' minimum capital requirements, the banking sector's regulatory capital-to-risk-weighted-assets ratio -- the higher the better -- was 17.31% by the end of this October, down from 19.42% last October.
The ratio of non-performing loans to total cash loans – the lower the better – was 3.50% versus 3.97% in October 2020.
As of the end of September, a total of 53 state/private/foreign lenders – including deposit banks, participation banks, development and investment banks – were operating in Turkey.
The sector had 201,738 employees serving through 11,146 branches both in Turkey and abroad with 48,804 ATMs. -



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