Nigeria: Reserve Tranche Position
as of June 30, 2019

In exchange for the reserve asset portion of its quota payment, an IMF member acquires a liquid claim on the IMF—much like a demand deposit in a commercial bank. This claim is called the member’s Reserve Tranche Position, and it is equal to the member’s quota minus the IMF’s holdings of the member’s currency (excluding currency holdings that stem from the member’s own use of credit). The reserve tranche position is part of the member country’s external reserves.


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Date SDR Amount
  June 30, 2019         175,467,638
  December 31, 2018         175,467,638
  December 31, 2017         175,467,638
  December 31, 2016         175,467,638
  December 31, 2015         142,638
  December 31, 2014         142,638
  December 31, 2013         142,638
  December 31, 2012         142,638
  December 31, 2011         142,638
  December 31, 2010         142,638
  December 31, 2009         142,638
  December 31, 2008         142,638
  December 31, 2007         142,638
  December 31, 2006         142,638
  December 31, 2005         142,638
  December 31, 2004         142,638
  December 31, 2003         142,638
  December 31, 2002         142,639
  December 31, 2001         142,639
  December 31, 2000         142,640
  December 31, 1999         93,053
  December 31, 1998         68,260
  December 31, 1997         68,260
  December 31, 1996         68,261
  December 31, 1995         68,261
  December 31, 1994         68,260
  December 31, 1993         68,261
  December 31, 1992         68,260
  December 31, 1991         68,260
  December 31, 1990         68,261
  December 31, 1989         68,261
  December 31, 1988         68,260
  December 31, 1987         68,260
  December 31, 1986         68,260
  December 31, 1985         68,260
  December 31, 1984         5,242

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Nigeria: Financial Position in the Fund