Bonds and money market instruments are classified in the categories fair value through profit/loss, heldt to maturity and loans and receivables. Measurement at fair value reflects market value, while the category held to maturity and loans and receivables are measured at amortised cost.
|Money market certificates and bonds by issuer sector|
|4,269||3,825||Book value, state||3,825||4,269|
|2,683||1,678||Other public sector (nominal)||1,678||2,683|
|2,706||1,702||Book value, other public issuer||1,702||2,706|
|9,087||7,567||Financial enterprises (nominal)||7,567||9,087|
|1,345||-||valued at amortised cost (held to maturity, loans and receivables)||-||1,345|
|9,676||8,306||Book value, financial enterprises||8,306||9,676|
|228||243||Non-financial enterprises (nominal)||243||228|
|236||278||Book value, non-financial enterprises||278||236|
|16,292||13,287||Total fixed income securities, nominal value||13,287||16,292|
|16,887||14,110||Total fixed income securities, booked value||14,110||16,887|
For further specification of risk related to fixed income securities, see note 16 Market risk related to interest rate.