The Central Bank of Tunisia imposed a ratio of loans compared to new deposits (loans / deposits ratio) within 120 per cent according to a circular issued by the Bank since November 2018. The new ratio will enable a better fit between the resources and the Bank’s uses and control the risk of transferring maturities. According to the circular, banks, which exceed 120 percent of the end of the tripartite, must take the necessary measures to reduce this ratio during the triennium, which follows. Banks must provide the status of the loans / deposits ratio to the Central Bank. In case of exceeding the stipulated level (120 percent) during the trimester, the financial institution should provide, for the 10-day Central Bank, a work plan for the measures to be taken to assess the situation Compared to organizational.
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