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Number of transferable deposits accounts held by non-banks in Italy declines in 2016

In comparison to the previous year number of deposit accounts diminished by 10.31%, according to revised statistics issued by Bank for International Settlements. The variable went down from 44 789.29 thousands to 40 169.4 thousands, versus the prior year when it grew by 3.76%. Italy saw a increase of 17.36% in number of deposit accounts over the past 10 years. Besides, it has had a rise at a 0.01 percent compound annual growth rate over the last five years with a marginal overall growth since the start of time series. It averaged 38 789.38 thousands from 2007 to 2016 and it hit its all-time high of 44 789.29 thousands in 2015 and record low of 34 228 thousands in 2007.

Number of transferable deposits accounts held by non-banks in Italy declines in 2016
Date Thousands Variation
2016 40 169.40 -10.31
2015 44 789.29 3.76
2014 43 168.12 1.34
2013 42 597.00 9.31
2012 38 970.00 1.31
2011 38 467.00 5.7
2010 36 393.00 4.87
2009 34 704.00 0.86
2008 34 408.00 0.53
2007 34 228.00 N/A

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Main Banking Indicators

  • Deposit Account Value

    Value (million or billion US Dollars or any other national currency) of deposit accounts, i.e. money placed at banks or other financial institutions. Deposits are generally made into either a checking or savings account, although many other types of accounts exist where deposits can also be made. Based on: Deposits.org

  • Number Of Bank Accounts

    Number of accounts held by banks for non-banks (including the government) and individuals, which can be debited directly using usual payment instruments such as direct debits, credit transfers, payment cards, e-money transactions or cheques. This excludes savings accounts but it may include time deposits. Usually measured in number of accounts per 1,000 individuals. Based on: Bank for International Settlements.

  • Banking Revenue

  • Online Banking Penetration

  • Commercial Bank Branches

    Number of business places of commercial banks that offer cashless payment services. The head office of the institution is counted as an office if it offers such services. A commercial bank is defined as a bank that is recognised as such by the jurisdiction and that offers a broad range of deposit accounts, including checking, savings as well as time deposits, and extends loans to individuals and business. Based on: Bank for International Settlements.

  • Number Of ATMs

    Number of ATM terminals. ATM stands for Automated Teller Machines and refers to electomechanical devices allowing authorised users, by using a payment card, to withdraw cash from their account and in some cases to access a range of other services, such as balance enquiries, transfers of funds and acceptance of deposits. ATMs may be operated online (with real-time reference to an authorisation database) or offline. Based on: Bank for International Settlements.

  • Number Of Card

    Number of payment cards issued in the reporting country. All valid cards are included, irrespective of when they were issued and how actively they are used. Expired or withdrawn are not included. Cards issued by three-party schemesn e.g. American Express or Diners, are included. Based on: Bank for International Settlements.

  • Card Transaction

    Value (million or billion US Dollars or any other national currency) or volume (number of transactions) of payment transactions performed with cards with a debit, credit or delayed debit function issued inside or outside the reporting country at a terminal or via other channels. Payments by phone and over the internet using a card are included. E-money transactions, mobile payments, cash withdrawals/deposits or credit transfers at ATMs, cash advances at POS terminals, payments with retailer cards are not included. Based on: Bank for International Settlements.

  • Debit Card Transaction

    Value (million or billion US Dollars or any other national currency) or volume (number of transactions) of payment transactions performed with debit cards, i.e. cards which enable the holder to have purchases directly charged to funds on his/her account at a bank (may sometimes be combined with another function, such as that of a cash card or cheque guarantee card). Based on: Bank for International Settlements.