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Financial Sector Accounts: The Chilean Experience in Their Use for Financial Stability Monitoring


  • Pablo García
  • Josué Pérez


The Central Bank of Chile has been disseminating quarterly sectoral balance sheets and financial flows since 2008. These accounts are compiled for institutional units, based on their respective balance sheets and profit-and-loss statements. They integrate production, income and expenditure, accumulation, and financial accounts. The ending balances of the accounts, which are also the opening balances of the next accounts, are then reconciled. This document describes possible uses of the financial accounts for financial stability monitoring, particularly regarding the assessment of households leverage, public finances, loan to deposit ratios in financial corporation, and derivative exposure.

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  • Pablo García & Josué Pérez, 2015. "Financial Sector Accounts: The Chilean Experience in Their Use for Financial Stability Monitoring," Economic Statistics Series 114, Central Bank of Chile.
  • Handle: RePEc:chb:bcchee:114

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