Australian Bureau of Statistics
5232.0.55.001 - Assets and Liabilities of Australian Securitisers, Dec 2005
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 24/02/2006
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REVISIONS IN THIS ISSUE
Incorporation of final survey data has resulted in revisions to estimates for residential mortgages in Table 1 and Table 3 of this issue, and asset backed securities and other resident liabilities in Table 2 of this issue.
Securitisers, Australia - Assets and Liabilities, December 1988 to Current
PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN TOTAL ASSETS, from previous quarter
Mortgage assets, which accounted for 81.0% of total assets, were $157.4b at the end of December quarter 2005, an increase of $1.4b (up 0.9%) during the quarter.
During the December quarter 2005, residential mortgages increased by $1.3b (up 0.9%). Non-residential mortgages increased slightly to $13.1b (up 0.2%).
NET ACQUISITION OF MORTGAGES DURING QUARTER
Asset backed securities
The increase of $3.7b in total assets during the December quarter 2005 was financed primarily by an increase in asset backed securities issued domestically (up $1.4b, 1.3%), with an increase in long term asset backed securities issued (up $1.9b, 2.4%) offsetting the reduction in short term asset backed securities issued (down $0.6b, -2.6%). There were also increases in other liabilities to non-residents (up $1.1b, 9.0%) and asset backed securities issued offshore (up $0.5b, 0.8%).
INCREASE IN ASSET BACKED SECURITIES, from previous quarter
Asset backed securities issued overseas fell slightly to 34.5% of total liabilities in the December quarter 2005, down 0.4 percentage points on the September quarter 2005. Asset backed securities issued domestically fell to 53.0%, down 0.4 percentage points on the revised September quarter 2005 total.
ASSET BACKED SECURITIES, (percentage of total liabilities)
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