A total of 3.76 million Croatian citizens have accounts in banks or in savings banks, according to data provided by the Financial Agency (Fina), the leading Croatian provider of financial and electronic services, on Thursday, 31 October when World Savings Day is observed.
According to the information collected on 30 October, there were a total of 10,571,699 accounts opened in banks and other financial institutions, which was by 3.5% fewer than in the corresponding period of 2018.
Of that number, as many ass 7.815 million were transaction accounts. The remaining 2.756 million refer to savings accounts.
According to data collected in mid-2019 by the national bank, total financial assets reached HRK 487 billion, 14 billion more than at the end of 2018.
The biggest rise was registered in deposits in pension insurance funds, as well as in shares and investment funds.