* indicates monthly or quarterly data series

Nonbank financial institutions assets, percent of GDP, 2021:

The average for 2021 based on 46 countries was 18.07 percent. The highest value was in Japan: 149.53 percent and the lowest value was in Uruguay: 0 percent. The indicator is available from 1960 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The International Monetary Fund
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Countries Nonbank financial institutions assets to GDP, 2021 Global rank Available data
Japan 149.53 1 2001 - 2021
Fiji 90.04 2 2001 - 2021
Thailand 59.99 3 2007 - 2021
Samoa 50.74 4 2007 - 2021
Tr.&Tobago 44.54 5 1960 - 2021
El Salvador 42.23 6 2000 - 2021
Chile 38.61 7 1984 - 2021
Norway 29.6 8 1960 - 2021
Philippines 29.51 9 1960 - 2021
Namibia 29.32 10 2015 - 2021
Maldives 26.86 11 2004 - 2021
Mexico 22.9 12 1997 - 2021
Costa Rica 20.38 13 2005 - 2021
Solomon Isl. 15.51 14 1977 - 2021
North Macedonia 13.31 15 2012 - 2021
Romania 12.94 16 2008 - 2021
Kazakhstan 12.7 17 2015 - 2021
Guyana 11.67 18 1980 - 2021
Belarus 11.1 19 2007 - 2021
Turkey 10.38 20 2008 - 2021
Domin. Rep. 9.89 21 2004 - 2021
Australia 9.85 22 2007 - 2021
Uganda 9.11 23 2011 - 2021
Seychelles 6.64 24 1981 - 2021
Albania 6.55 25 2009 - 2021
Honduras 6.37 26 2001 - 2021
Indonesia 6.24 27 2009 - 2021
Bosnia & Herz. 6.09 28 2006 - 2021
Moldova 5.77 29 2010 - 2021
Nigeria 5.62 30 2017 - 2021
Palestine 5.5 31 2012 - 2021
Botswana 5.23 32 2017 - 2021
Panama 3.69 33 2010 - 2021
Kyrgyzstan 3.31 34 2016 - 2021
Ecuador 2.99 35 1998 - 2021
Nicaragua 2.95 36 1988 - 2021
Georgia 2.88 37 2008 - 2021
Burundi 2.49 38 1967 - 2021
Cambodia 1.78 39 2013 - 2021
Angola 1.6 40 2015 - 2021
Azerbaijan 1.32 41 2016 - 2021
Armenia 1.29 42 2009 - 2021
Guatemala 1.24 43 2001 - 2021
Tajikistan 0.41 44 2008 - 2021
Algeria 0.33 45 2001 - 2021
Uruguay 0 46 1994 - 2021



Definition: ...Claims on domestic real nonfinancial sector by other financial institutions as a share of GDP, calculated using the following deflation method: {(0.5)*[Ft/P_et + Ft-1/P_et-1]}/[GDPt/P_at] where F is other financial institutions' claims, P_e is end-of period CPI, and P_a is average annual CPI. Raw data are from the IMF’s International Financial Statistics.

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