Bank regulatory capital reached 110 XAF bil in 2017 in Chad, according to the National Central Bank. This is 8.42 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, bank regulatory capital in Chad reached an all time high of 110 XAF bil in 2017 and an all time low of 29.2 XAF bil in 2010. When compared to Chad's main peers, bank regulatory capital in Cameroon amounted to 268 XAF bil and 2,261 NGN bil in Nigeria in 2017.
Chad has been ranked 61st within the group of 106 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.