Bahrain: Consolidated balance sheet of banking system increases
The consolidated balance sheet of the banking system in Bahrain, comprising full commercial banks (FCBs), offshore banking units (OBUs), and investment banks (IBs), went up by $2.8 billion at the end of last month to hit $165.7 billion compared with $162.9 billion end-June.
The Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) in its monthly statistics said that the assets of OBUs increased to $137 billion at end of July from $134.1 billion at June-end.
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