The Annual Reports and Accounts of BCCI Holdings (Luxembourg) SA reported the consolidation of the financial statements of the BCC Group banks and companies.
The important elements reflected include:
- Liquidity: BCCI's ability to meet the obligations of liquid funds.
- Solvency: BCCI's credit quality and adequacy of the bank’s own resources (indebtedness).
- Profitability: BCCI's ability to generate income/profit from allocated capital and customer deposits.
The primary income of BCCI was managing the spread between interest rates paid on funds including customer deposits held by BCCI, and the rate it received from direct lending and financing trade and commerce.
On a regular basis BCCI circulated instructions and guidelines on accounting procedures and practices to be followed by all branches. A few examples are below:
BCCI Annual Reports provided public disclosure of the bank's consolidated operating and financial activities over the year, and comparisons with the previous year.
BCCI Holdings (Luxembourg) SA
Incorporating Bank of Credit and Commerce International SA, Bank of Credit and Commerce International (Overseas) Ltd, and other subsidiaries and affiliates.
BCCI Subsidiaries and Affiliates
Financial highlights summarised the key financial monetary results of the various banks and companies in the BCCI Group. These are also included in a separate section of the BCCI Group Annual Reports.