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Non-core deposit of Indonesian banking

Cicilia A. Harun (Department of Macroprudential Policy, Bank Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia)
Raquela Renanda Nattan (Department of Macroprudential Policy, Bank Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia)

Studies in Economics and Finance

ISSN: 1086-7376

Article publication date: 28 August 2019



This paper aims to examine non-core deposit (NCD), or the fraction of deposit most likely to be withdrawn, based on bank liquidity behavior. NCD is an analytical component of bank deposit; hence, its withdrawal rate is crucial.


The paper categorizes all 114 commercial banks in Indonesia using K-Median clustering and produces NCD coefficients for each cluster. Clustering result resembles the bank ownership-based grouping.


Generally, state-owned banks and private-domestic banks have smaller NCD coefficients compared to foreign-owned, joint-venture and regional government-owned banks. The NCD coefficient then can form thresholds for an event of extreme deposit withdrawal for macroprudential surveillance.


NCD is an analytical indicator that can be useful to manage the liquidity risk of banks; however, this indicator is rarely found in the literatures, hence not many know how to estimate the indicator.



Harun, C.A. and Nattan, R.R. (2019), "Non-core deposit of Indonesian banking", Studies in Economics and Finance, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.



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