Official Statistics of Finland

Financial accounts

Producer: Statistics Finland

Latest release:
Continuous growth in households net financial assets for eighteen months
22 Dec 2017
Households' financial assets grew by EUR 2.1 billion during the third quarter of 2017. At the end of the quarter, financial assets amounted to EUR 304.9 billion. Over the same period, households had EUR 159.1 billion in debt which was EUR 1.2 billion up from the previous quarter. As a result of these changes, the difference of households financial assets and liabilities, or net financial assets grew by EUR 0.9 billion to EUR 145.8 billion in July to September. The growth has continued uninterrupted for six quarters. These data derive from Statistics Finlands financial accounts statistics.

Next release:
7 Mar 2018

Description: Financial accounts describe the financial balance sheets and financial transactions of all sectors of the national economy. The financial balance sheets refer to the stocks of financial receivables and debts at the end of the statistical reference period, while the financial transactions refer to the transactions made during the statistical reference period that influence the financial balance sheets. Financial accounts are part of the system of National Accounts.
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Keywords: capital, debts, financial accounts, financial balance sheet, investment activities, national accounts, rate of indebtedness, sectors.
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Change: General government financial accounts adopted the ESA 2010 system
01 Oct 2014
At the end of September, the European Union started using the new System of Accounts (ESA 2010).

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Financial accounts [e-publication].
ISSN=1458-8145. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 25.2.2018].
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