At the end of the second half of 2017, the “Société Tunisienne de Banque” (STB) business and performance indicators showed that customer deposits increased by 433.0 MTD or 7.9% between December 2016 and December 2017, detailing as follows:
– Demand deposits: + 139.9 million dinars or 6.7% to stand at 2,224.1 million dinars and represent 37.8% of all deposits at the end of December 2017 against 2,084.2 million dinars of dinars or a share of 38.3% at the end of December 2016.
– Savings deposits: + 203.8 million dinars or 8.8% to reach 2,524.1 million dinars or a share of 42.9% against 2,320.3 million dinars or a share of 42.6 % a year ago.
– Term deposits: + 77.4 million dinars or 8.8%, which stood at 953.8 million dinars and represented a share of 16.2% at the end of December 2017 (876.4 MD and 16.1% in December 2016).
In addition, STB ended the year with income from banking operations up 18.7%, from 527,677 MTD to 626,399 MD at the end of December 2017.
After deduction of 255.167 MD in expenses of at the end of 2017, the STB posted a net banking income of 371.232 MTD and recorded a 19.91% increase on this ratio.