24.04.2018
Mari Tamm Economist at Eesti Pank

• Real estate companies have borrowed more in recent months
• The rapid growth in housing and consumption loans to households continued
• The net profit of the banks was 13% smaller in the first quarter than a year ago

... more

20.04.2018
Taavi Raudsaar Economist at Eesti Pank
  • Corporate debt liabilities shrank as investment in fixed assets is low and companies can finance investments from their own funds
  • Domestic borrowing by Estonian companies increased while their borrowing from abroad... more
17.04.2018
  • The risks to financial stability in Estonia are small. Risks are being kept down above all by the improved financial position of companies and households, and by the high capitalisation of the banks
  • The biggest danger to Estonian financial stability comes from the risks in the... more
26.03.2018
  • The Estonian banking sector as a whole is stable and strong
  • Deposits at Versobank account for 1.5% of all the deposits in banks operating in Estonia
  • Versobank had 253 million euros of deposits, 87% of them held by non-residents

The closure of Versobank after... more

23.03.2018
Mari Tamm Economist at Eesti Pank
  • Estonian companies were active in borrowing from banks and leasing companies operating in Estonia
  • The share of loans overdue for more than 60 days in the loan portfolio was below 1%
  • Bank deposits continued to grow... more
23.02.2018
Mari Tamm Economist at Eesti Pank
  • Companies took out 11% more in long-term loans in January than a year earlier
  • Demand from households for loans remains strong
  • The growth in car leases to households is boosted further by the effect of tax changes... more
15.02.2018
The review of financing and lending in the non-financial sector covers banking and leasing statistics, financial accounts analysis and credit supply and demand. It is published once a year.
15.02.2018

On 4 November 2014 Europe’s Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) for banks started up, and the European Central Bank took over direct supervision of the most important banks in the euro area.

The banks operating in Estonia that are under the direct supervision of the European Central Bank... more

24.01.2018
Mari Tamm Economist at Eesti Pank
  • The borrowing activity of Estonian companies and households increased last year
  • The average interest rate on corporate loans fell over the year but the rate on household loans rose a little
  • Deposits at banks grew by 9... more
22.01.2018
Taavi Raudsaar Economist at Eesti Pank
  • Higher incomes have increased the numbers of loan clients and of those able to save
  • Estonian companies largely used their own resources to fund investment in fixed assets
  • The growth in long-term corporate loans... more
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