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On 31 December 2014, the outstanding recei- vables was 12.4%. The conversion of deposits into medium and long-term loans increased by a percentage point to stand at 31.3%.CUSTOMERS DEPOSITSAt end-December 2014, deposits increased by 9% compared to end of December 2013 and amounted to 3,329.1 billion. This development is attributable to individuals who contribute 4.1 points to the growth in deposits and private companies that contribute up to 3.6 points.Five banks share 71% market share; these are: Afriland-First Bank (17.5%), BICEC (17.3%), SG / Cameroon (15.4%), Ecobank (10%) and SCBC (10.5%).At June 30, 2015, deposits totalled 3,321.7 bil- lion, a 6.1% increase compared to the same period in 2014 and by reason of 5.3 points in the evolution individuals’ deposits. Regarding customers, individuals held the largest share of deposits (41.7%), followed by private companies (20.8%), central public administration (8.5%) and public enterprises (7.2%).WORDINGCentral public administrationLocal public administrationPublicbodiesDEC. 2013216.126.0141.8JUNE 2014 DEC. 2014238.8 234.524.5 26.1144.7 156.6100.8 119.3261.2 245.9762.9 896.5112.8 116.6111.7 72.3JUNE 2015281.039.3180.7109.2238.7692.1VARIATIONS (%) WEIGHT (%)Deposits according to customersPrivateadministrations 100.4DEC.2014/20158.50.410,418.821.413.8JUNE 2015/201417.760.424.98.3-8.6JUNE 20158.51.25.43.37.2PublicenterprisesPrivateenterprisesInsurance and incorporated companiesSoleproprietorshipsPrivateindividualsSundriesTOTAL202.6788.0160.676.2-9.3 20.8119.9 -27.4 6.3 3.696.2-5.1 -13.9 2.91,174.3 1,218.7 1,298.7 1,384.4169.5 153.6 162.7 180.33,055.6 3,129.6 3,319.1 3,321.710.6-4.09.013.6 41.717.4 5.46.1 100.0Source : BEACSCB Cameroon, a Yaounde branchLES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUN303


































































































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