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Total Balance Sheet Items for Raiffeisen Banks in Switzerland (CHTOTBALRAIFFEISEN)

Observation:

2008: 131,575  
Updated: Jan 31, 2014

Units:

CHF Millions,
Not Seasonally Adjusted

Frequency:

Annual
1Y | 5Y | 10Y | Max
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(a) Total Balance Sheet Items for Raiffeisen Banks in Switzerland, CHF Millions, Not Seasonally Adjusted (CHTOTBALRAIFFEISEN)
Until 1974, fiduciary business could be recorded on the balance sheet; thereafter, it had to be entered as an off-balance-sheet item.
As of 1981, precious metal accounts are included in the balance sheet.
As of 1992, including non-monetary balance sheet claims and liabilities from lending.
As of 1995, transactions in financial derivatives must be recorded in gross terms, resulting in a significant increase in total assets.
As of 1998, including non-monetary balance sheet claims and liabilities from repo transactions.
As of 2000, the majority of banks have again taken non-monetary claims and liabilities from lending and repo transactions off the balance sheet.

For the Raiffeisen banks, data prior to 1919 was reported retrospectively.

Total Balance Sheet Items for Raiffeisen Banks in Switzerland

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