Indicators of the current financial health and soundness of financial sector entities and their counterparties from the corporate and household sectors. Financial soundness indicators (FSIs) are the system of indicators aimed at assessing the level of stability of a country's financial system in relation to other sectors of the economy.
The calculation of FSIs based on the methodology compliant with the recommendations set forth in the IMF’s edition of the Financial Soundness Indicators: Compilation Guide. (IMF, 2006). NBK calculates core (12 indicators) and encouraged (20 indicators) sets of indicators for deposit takers, other financial institutions, corporate sector, household sector and the real estate market on a quarterly basis and publishes it on the official website and the International Monetary Fund’s website. Along with calculated FSIs NBK publishes the underlying series of these indicators and the aggregated financial statements of economy sectors.