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Figure 1.1​ Annual Rates of Change in GDP—Israel, Other Advanced Economies and Developing Economies, 2005–15​xls​​pdf
Figure 1.2​Tel Aviv 100 Index and Bank Shares Index in Israel, Bank Shares Index in Europe, and Bank Shares Index in the US, January 1, 2008  to December 31, 2015​xls​​pdf
Figure 1.3Distribution of the Banking System’s Assets by Banking Group, December 2015​xls​​​pdf​
Figure 1.4​Number of branches, total banking system, 2004—1​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.5​Development of number of branches by population segment: total banking system, 2004–15 ​xls​​​​pdf​​
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Figure 1.6.1: Number of branches in Arab localities, by bank, total banking system, 2004 (Total branches: 58)
Figure 1.6.2: Number of branches in Arab localities, by bank, total banking system, 2015 (Total branches: 108)
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Figure 1.7​Development of number of branches, by periphery extent, total banking system, 2004—15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.8​Concentration Indices: Herfindahl-Hirschman (HHI) Index and CR2 Index, 1997–2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.9​International comparison: The Herfindahl-Hirschman (HHI) Index in EU countries and Israel, 2014–15 ​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.10​The Total Securities Portfolio of the Israeli Banking System—Size and Composition, 2004–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.11​Ratio Between Credit to the Public and the Public’s Deposits, Total Banking System, 2007–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.12​Total Banking System Assets Relative to GDP, Israel and EU Countries, 2014​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.13​Return on Equity (ROE) After Tax, of Five Banking Groups, 1995–2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.14​International Comparison of the Return on Assets (ROA), Before Tax, in the OECD Countries, 3-year average​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.15​The Financial Spread, the Five Banking Groups, 2008–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.16​The Financial Spread in the Various Activity Segments, the Five Banking Groups, 2015 Compared With 2012​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.17​Composition of the Average Return on Assets and Liabilities in the Various Activity Segments, the Five Banking Groups, 2012–15 Average​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.18​Composition of Noninterest Income Relative to Total Assets, the Five Banking Groups, 2009–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.19​Average Number of Employee Posts, and Wage and Accompanying Expenses in Respect of Employees, the Five Banking Groups, 2000–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.20​Common Equity Tier 1 Capital Ratios, the Five Banking Groups, December 2009 to December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.21​Development of Equity and the Balance Sheet, the Five Banking Groups, 2009–15 ​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.22​Leverage Ratio in the Banking Groups in Israel and in the European Union, December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.23​International Comparison of Impaired Loans and Unimpaired Loans 90 Days or More Past Due, Net, as a Share of Total Equity, OECD Countries, 2014 to 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.24​Annual Change in Balance-Sheet Credit to Principal Sectors, the Five Banking Groups, 2011–15 ​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.25​Distribution of Balance-Sheet Credit by Sector, the Five Banking Groups, 2001–14​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.26​International Comparison of Impaired Credit and Unimpaired Credit 90 Days or More Past Due as a Share of Total Credit to the Public, OECD Countries, 2014 to 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.27​Ratio of Loan Loss Provisions to Total Balance Sheet Credit by Principal Sector, the Five Banking Groups, 2001–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.28​Outstanding Problematic Balance-Sheet Credit Risk As A Share of Total Balance-Sheet Credit to the Public, the Five Banking Groups, December 2012 to December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.29​Credit Risk of the 100 Largest Borrowers As A Share of Total Credit Risk, the Five Banking Groups, 2008, 2011, 2014, and 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.30​Yield Spread Between Corporate Bonds and CPI-indexed Government Bonds, by Industry, March 2006  December 2015  (monthly average) ​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.31​Change in Outstanding Credit in the Various Activity Segments, the Five Banking  ​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.32​Development of Credit in the Various Activity Segments, the Five Banking Groups, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.33​Bank and Nonbank Credit in the Business Sector, 2004–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.34​Growth rate of nominal GDP and of credit to households, and ratio of credit to households to nominal GDP, the five banking groups, 2001–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.35​The Ratio Between Total Housing and Consumer Credit in the Five Banking Groups and Disposable Income, 2000–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.36​Monthly Average of New Housing Loans Granted, Total Banking System, and Index of Home Prices, January 2003 to December 15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.37​Distribution of New Housing Loans by Risk Levels, Total Banking System, April 2011 to December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.38​Outstanding Housing Loans and Outstanding Housing Loans 90 Days or More Past Due, Total Banking System, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.39​Distribution of New Private Credit Taken Out by Repayment Duration, Total Banking System, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.40​Rate of Change in the Net Fair Value of Capital of the Five Banking Groups As a Result of an Increase of One Percentage Point in the Interest Rate, Total Indexation Segments, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.41​Rate of Change in the Net Fair Value of Capital of the Five Banking Groups As a Result of a Decline of One Percentage Point in the Interest Rate, Total Indexation Segments, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.42​Liquidity Coverage Ratio (Total Activity)a, Total Banking System, December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.43​Liquidity Coverage Ratio (Total Activity) of Banks in Israel and the European Union, Distinguishing Between Two Size Groups, Total Banking System, December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.44​Composition of the Stock of High-Quality Liquid Assets of Banks in Israel and the European Union, Distinguishing Between Two Size Groups, Total Banking System, December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.45​Historical Macroeconomic Data and Development of Scenarios, 2000–18​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.46​Stress Test: Development of Common Equity Tier 1 Ratio, Total System, December 2015 to December 2018​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.47​Stress Test: Development of Return on Equity, Total System, 2001–18​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 2.1Number of Enquiries and Complaints, 2010–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 2.2​Distribution of Enquiries by Subject, 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 2.3​Number of Restricted Customers, 2009–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 2.4​Number of Restricted Accounts, 2009–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.1​Distribution of Credit Card Company Assets, December 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.2​Development of Debit Card Activity, 2006–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.3​Development of Merchant Fees and Interchange Fees, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.4​Outstanding Receivables and Credit Under the Responsibility of the Credit Card Companies, 2006–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.5​Tier 1 Capital Ratio, Credit Card Companies, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.6​Return on Equity, Credit Card Companies, 2011–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.2.7​Development of the Mix of Income for Credit Card Companies, 2005, 2010 and 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.3.1​Efficiency Ratio in the Banking Systems of the OECD Countries, 3-year Average​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.3.2​Output Unit Cost, Israel and Other OECD Countries, 3-year Average​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.3.3​Operational Efficiency Ratio and Output Unit Cost, the Five Banking Groups, 2008–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.3.4​Efficiency Ratio, the Banking System, 2012–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 1.3.5​Output Unit Price, the Banking System, 2012–15​xls​​​​pdf​​
Figure 2.2.1​Global Issuances of Capital Instruments by Loss Absorption Mechanism, June 2009 to September 2015​xls​​​​pdf​​
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Global Issuances of Capital Instruments by Supervisory Capital Classification, June 2009 to September 2015
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Figure2.2.3​Comparison of Capital Requirements in the Basel III Recommendations and in Directive 202 in Israel​xls​​​​pdf​​