* indicates monthly or quarterly data series

Banking system regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets, 2017 - Country rankings:

The average for 2017 based on 81 countries was 18.87 percent.The highest value was in the Maldives: 44.64 percent and the lowest value was in Lesotho: 10.99 percent. The indicator is available from 1998 to 2017. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The International Monetary Fund
Select indicator
* indicates monthly or quarterly data series
44.64
31.03
29.24
26.93
26.38
26.28
25.91
25.34
25.05
23.23
23.19
23.18
23.01
22.08
22.03
21.91
21.82
21.71
21.01
20.56
20.40
19.98
19.76
19.39
19.38
19.13
19.11
18.96
18.91
18.81
18.75
18.63
18.55
18.49
18.34
18.24
18.17
18.15
18.14
18.11
18.10
18.07
17.95
17.90
17.71
17.08
17.08
17.05
17.02
16.88
16.85
16.84
16.83
16.80
16.66
16.60
16.49
16.29
16.10
15.96
15.91
15.74
15.73
15.68
15.57
15.57
15.55
15.26
15.23
15.22
14.81
14.55
14.53
14.52
14.42
14.14
14.03
13.93
12.82
12.07
10.99
0
11.2
22.3
33.5
44.64



Definition: The capital adequacy of deposit takers. It is a ratio of total regulatory capital to its assets held, weighted according to the risk of those assets.
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Europe
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Asia
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Africa
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in North America
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in South America
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Australia
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in the European union
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Sub Sahara Africa
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in MENA
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in South East Asia
Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets in Latin America


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