The total volume of non-bank deposits in the country’s banking sector increased by 3.1 percent (exchange rate effect excluded volume of deposits increased by 3.0 percent), or by 448.9 million GEL, compared to July 1, 2016 and constituted 14.8 billion GEL by August 1, 2016.
In July, the volume of term deposits increased by 272.9 million GEL (3.4 percent; exchange rate effect excluded volume of term deposits increased by 3.2 percent). Demand deposits increased by 176.0 million GEL (2.8 percent; exchange rate effect excluded volume of demand deposits increased by 2.6 percent).
The larization ratio of total non-bank deposits constituted 31.15 percent by August 1, 2016; It decreased by 1.60 percentage point (or decreased by 1.55 percentage point exchange rate effect excluded) compared to July 1, 2016. The annual average weighted interest rate on term deposits constituted 5.2 percent.
In particular, the interest rate for national currency denominated deposits was 8.8 percent and the interest rate for foreign currency denominated deposits 4.1 percent. The share of the US dollar in the total volume of foreign currency denominated deposits equals 83.4 percent and the share of the Euro equals 14.0 percent.