Assets and Liabilities of Australian Securitisers

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Statistics on the assets and liabilities of financial institutions that issue securities against specifically matched assets, such as mortgages

Reference period
September 2020

Key statistics

During the September 2020 quarter:

  • Total residential mortgages fell $0.9b (-0.7%) to $123.2b
  • Total asset backed debt securities issued domestically fell $1.8b (-1.3%) to $143.7b

Main features

Securitisers, Australia
- Assets and Liabilities (a)
Jun Qtr 2020
Sep Qtr 2020
Jun Qtr 2020 to Sep Qtr 2020
Total assets at end of qtr154 841152 383-1.6
of which   
  Residential124 014123 160-0.7
  Non-residential4 616npnp
Total liabilities at end of qtr154 841152 383-1.6
of which   
 Asset backed Securities    
  Issued domestically145 545143 707-1.3
  Issued off shorenpnpnp
  • a. See Paragraph 7 of the Methodology for details on coverage of these statistics.
  • np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated.


Assets of securitisers

At 30 September 2020, total assets of Australian securitisers were $152.4b, down $2.5b (-1.6%) on 30 June 2020

* ADI Authorised deposit taking institution

Liabilities of securitisers

* Changes in 'Australia' from March 2018 to December 2018, and 'Overseas' in June and September 2020, are not available for publication.


In this issue, revisions have been made to the original series as a result of improved survey data and coverage improvements. These revisions have impacted assets and liabilities back to and including December 2008.


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Previous catalogue number

This release previously used catalogue number 5232.0.55.001

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