According to the Central Bank, there are 63 millionaires in Montenegro - citizens with millions or more euros in bank accounts.
"The number of citizens with deposits of 1 million euros or more is 3% more than in February 2020," the data show.
And although the number of millionaires is higher, the highest individual deposit has decreased by 900 euros compared to the end of April. Then it was 000 million euros. The highest deposit of an individual is now 10,6 million euros. This person is a non-resident, the Central Bank said.
According to the latest data, eight citizens have a deposit of more than 3 million euros. Two individuals have a deposit of over 5 million euros. However, no one has a deposit above 10 million euros. At the end of last year, the highest deposit was EUR 17,9 million.
At the beginning of 2018, there were 64 millionaires, and in October 2017, there were 48 millionaires. At the beginning of 2017, 54 millionaires were registered. As of the end of 2016, there were 54 millionaires.
The latest data show that total deposits in July amounted to 3,3 billion euros, which means a slight increase at a monthly level and a decrease of 3,4% at an annual level. Demand deposits accounted for 69,5%, and time deposits - 30,2% of the total volume of deposits.