Australian Bureau of Statistics
5232.0.55.001 - Assets and Liabilities of Australian Securitisers, Jun 2012
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In this issue revisions have been made to the original series as a result of improved reporting of survey data. These revisions have impacted on the assets and liabilities for the period March 2009 to March 2012.
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Assets of Securitisers
As at 30 June 2012, total assets of Australian securitisers were $127.2b, down $0.7b (0.5%) on 31 March 2012.
During the June quarter 2012, the fall in total assets was due primarily to a fall in residential mortgage loans (down $1.4b, 1.3%). This was partially offset by rises in other loans (up $0.6b, 4.3%) and cash and deposits (up $0.1b, 3.0%)
Mortgage assets, which accounted for 84.1% of total assets, were $107.0b as at 30 June 2012, a fall of $1.4b (1.3%) during the quarter.
Liabilities of Securitisers
As at 30 June 2012, total liabilities of Australian securitisers were $127.2b, down $0.7b (0.5%) on 31 March 2012. The fall in total liabilities was due to falls in asset backed securities issued overseas (down $2.0b, 10.4%), other liabilities to residents (down $0.4b, 10.1%) and long-term asset backed securities issued in Australia (down $0.4b, 0.5%). These falls were partially offset by rises in short-term asset backed securities issued in Australia (up $1.3b, 17.3%) and loans and placements (up $0.7b, 8.4%).
As at 30 June 2012, asset backed securities issued overseas as a proportion of total liabilities fell to 13.5%, down 1.4 percentage points on the March quarter 2012 percentage of 14.9%, while asset backed securities issued domestically as a proportion of total liabilities rose to 75.3%, up 1.0 percentage points on the March quarter 2012 percentage of 74.3%.
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This page last updated 27 November 2012