Maps: Global Financial Development


Access to Financial Institutions

This map shows a population's access to financial institutions, defined as the number of depositors with commercial bank accounts per 1,000 adults.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Access to Financial Markets

This map reflects a population's access to financial markets, as defined by the ratio of market capitalization (outside the 10 largest companies) to total market capitalization in a country.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Depth of Financial Institutions

This map shows the depth of a country's financial institutions, as defined by the ratio of domestic private credit to GDP. This excludes credit issued to governments, government agencies, and public enterprises as well as credit issued by central banks.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Depth of Financial Markets

This map reflects the depth of financial markets, defined as stock market capitalization plus the amount of outstanding domestic private debt securities as a percentage of GDP.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Efficiency of Financial Institutions

This map shows the efficiency of financial institutions as defined by the lending rate charged by banks minus the deposit rate paid by banks.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Efficiency of Financial Markets

This map reflects the efficiency of financial markets, based on the stock market turnover ratio. This ratio is calculated as the total value of shares traded divided by the average market capitalization for the period.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises
Stability of Financial Institutions

This map estimates the stability of financial institutions in each country using commercial bank z-score, a measure of bank solvency risk.

world map showing the cost and frequency of recent systemic banking crises