PET - Plain English Taxonomy

Label: Assets Loans And Receivables Deposits Placed Amount
TREF ID: DE14999
Data Type: xbrli:monetaryItemType
Period Type: instant
Balance Type: debit
Business Description & Guidance:
This is the value of any non-negotiable contracts that represent the placement of funds at other institutions available for later withdrawal. 

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Deposits placed
Deposits placed on call or not at call (i.e. term deposits). Only include deposits that are free from encumbrances and where the ADI has written confirmation that the deposit is convertible into cash within a maximum of two business days. Where break costs will be applied to redeem term deposits within two business days the deposits must be reported net of the break costs. The ADI must obtain prior approval from APRA to include non-AUD deposits or non-ADI deposits in the MLH stock.
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Deposits placed
It includes: account balances with banks, non-bank ADIs and registered financial corporations (including transaction deposits, fixed-term deposits and other non-transaction deposits); purchased payment facilities such as smart cards and electronic cash; and non-negotiable certificates of deposit. It excludes: holdings of physical currency (holdings of notes and coins); and negotiable certificates of deposit (a type of debt security); payables due to counterparties arising from the first leg of a repurchase agreement; commercial paper; arranged overdrafts. These are generally an agreed arrangement between a lender and a borrower to extend credit when the balance in an attached transaction account falls below zero; and unarranged overdrafts. These refer to the situation when a transaction account holder withdraws an amount greater than the balance of the account leaving a negative balance. The lender usually charges an overdrawn account fee as well as interest on the negative balance, and usually requires the account holder to restore the account's positive balance.
Label:
Guidance:
Deposits placed
It includes: account balances with banks, non-bank ADIs and registered financial corporations (including transaction deposits, fixed-term deposits and other non-transaction deposits); purchased payment facilities such as smart cards and electronic cash; and non-negotiable certificates of deposit. It excludes: holdings of physical currency (holdings of notes and coins); and negotiable certificates of deposit (a type of debt security); payables due to counterparties arising from the first leg of a repurchase agreement; commercial paper; arranged overdrafts. These are generally an agreed arrangement between a lender and a borrower to extend credit when the balance in an attached transaction account falls below zero; and unarranged overdrafts. These refer to the situation when a transaction account holder withdraws an amount greater than the balance of the account leaving a negative balance. The lender usually charges an overdrawn account fee as well as interest on the negative balance, and usually requires the account holder to restore the account's positive balance.
Label:
Guidance:
Deposits placed
It includes: account balances with banks, non-bank ADIs and registered financial corporations (including transaction deposits, fixed-term deposits and other non-transaction deposits); purchased payment facilities such as smart cards and electronic cash; and non-negotiable certificates of deposit. It excludes: holdings of physical currency (holdings of notes and coins); and negotiable certificates of deposit (a type of debt security); payables due to counterparties arising from the first leg of a repurchase agreement; commercial paper; arranged overdrafts. These are generally an agreed arrangement between a lender and a borrower to extend credit when the balance in an attached transaction account falls below zero; and unarranged overdrafts. These refer to the situation when a transaction account holder withdraws an amount greater than the balance of the account leaving a negative balance. The lender usually charges an overdrawn account fee as well as interest on the negative balance, and usually requires the account holder to restore the account's positive balance.