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Annual banking statistics for 2021

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The Swiss National Bank has today published data on the annual financial statements of banks in Switzerland for the 2021 financial year. For the first time, the published data also comprises bank office data (Domestic office perspective) in addition to the data from individual financial statements (Parent company perspective) and consolidated financial statements (Group perspective). The Domestic office perspective shows data on the business of banks including their branches in Switzerland (cf. Explanatory video ‘Perspectives on banking statistics’). These data are particularly relevant in the context of the national accounts. For example, the SNB uses the data when compiling the balance of payments and the Swiss financial accounts. . Further information – Data

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The Swiss National Bank has today published data on the annual financial statements of banks in Switzerland for the 2021 financial year. For the first time, the published data also comprises bank office data (Domestic office perspective) in addition to the data from individual financial statements (Parent company perspective) and consolidated financial statements (Group perspective).

The Domestic office perspective shows data on the business of banks including their branches in Switzerland (cf. Explanatory video ‘Perspectives on banking statistics’). These data are particularly relevant in the context of the national accounts. For example, the SNB uses the data when compiling the balance of payments and the Swiss financial accounts.

Annual banking statistics for 2021

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Further information

Data (tables and charts), details on the methodological basis and notes as well as information on changes and revisions can be found on the SNB’s data portal at data.snb.ch.
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list of banks and highest group entities in Switzerland contains information on banks in Switzerland including their bank category and highest domestic group entity.

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The Swiss National Bank conducts the country’s monetary policy as an independent central bank. It is obliged by the Constitution and by statute to act in accordance with the interests of the country as a whole. Its primary goal is to ensure price stability, while taking due account of economic developments. In so doing, it creates an appropriate environment for economic growth.

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