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Tanzania Banking Sector Performance Review -2011

27 Jul

In may 2012 Ernst &Young published a fifth issue of the Report on Banking Sector Performance and launched it to the Banking Community. The 2011 report comes with a special topic on Mortgage Financing.

Thanks to Joseph Sheffu – EY Country Leader for sharing the report with us.

Summary:

The sector’s Total Assets increased by 16% (26% in 2010, 19% in 2009, 20% in 2008 and 30% in 2007).

The ratio of earning assets to Total Assets decreased to 78.6% (80% in 2010, 79% in 2009, 83% for both 2008 and 2007).

On the Funding Structure side, deposits increased  by 16% (25% in 2010, 24% in 2009, 22% in 2008 and 23% in 2007)

Shareholders’ funds increased by 14% (22% in 2010, 28% in 2009, 25% in 2008 and 48% in 2007).

Paid up capital recorded  an increase of 21% (31% in 2010, 39% in 2009, 15% in 2008 and 44% in 2007).

The Banking Liquidity was by and large satisfactory, with the ratio of liquid assets to deposits at 54%% ( (59% in 2010, 58% in 2009, 54% in 2008 and 65% in 2007.

Click the Link below to Read the Full Report.

2011 Tanzania Banking Sector Performance Review Final

Courtesy of: Ernst & Young

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