There are mixed indicators on lending trends at the Bank of Queensland.
The bank's own quarterly "pillar 3" report, released yesterday, shows a fall in the level of loans measured on a gross exposure and risk-weighted basis.
BOQ put the decline in gross loans over the three months to November 2012 at 1.1 per cent, to A$31.5 billion. On a risk-weighted basis, BOQ put the decline at 0.1 per cent, to $18.7 billion.
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority data for the same period shows a rise in home loans for BOQ of 1.0 per cent, which was above the average for all...
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