Bank Regulatory Capital rose 1.35% to ZAR 417 bil in South Africa in first quarter of 2017

Bank Regulatory Capital (ZAR bil)
Banking | South Africa | February 7, 2019
$2.99
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Bank regulatory capital reached 417 ZAR bil in first quarter of 2017 in South Africa, according to the National Central Bank. This is 1.35 % more than in the previous quarter.

Historically, bank regulatory capital in South Africa reached an all time high of 417 ZAR bil in first quarter of 2017 and an all time low of 180 ZAR bil in first quarter of 2008. When compared to South Africa's main peers, bank regulatory capital in Botswana amounted to 10.2 BWP bil, 1,703 LSL bil in Lesotho and 2.70 SZL bil in Swaziland in first quarter of 2017.

South Africa has been ranked 31st within the group of 81 countries we follow in terms of bank regulatory capital.

Bank regulatory capital is the minimum amount of a bank's capital required to be held for a certain level of assets through regulatory agencies such as the Bank for International Settlements, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or Federal Reserve Board.

Bank Regulatory Capital (Local Currency) Unit Dec 2016 Mar 2017 Jun 2017 Sep 2017 Dec 2017 Mar 2018 Jun 2018 Sep 2018 Dec 2018
Angola AOA bil ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Botswana BWP bil 10.5 10.4 10.7 10.6 11.1 ...
Lesotho LSL bil 1,313 900 907 993 1,054 ... ...
Mozambique MZN bil ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Namibia NAD bil ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
South Africa ZAR bil 439 452 449 457 470
Swaziland SZL bil 2.71 2.82 2.96 3.00 ... ... ...
Zambia ZMW bil 8.40 8.80 9.02 ... ... ... ...
Zimbabwe ZWD bil ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...