The world’s largest banks 2007, with data from Moody's
Prospects for the world’s top banks once again vary from region to region, though they remain unambiguously interconnected.
The world’s largest banks
The world’s largest 250 banks, ranked by shareholder equity. Annual guide to the leading banks across the globe by market capitalization, plus other key statistics, including the largest banks in every region.
The atlas includes the largest banks country-by-country (approx. 1000 banks) and a list of the top 250 global financial groups by assets for 2005 and 2006. The lists includes banks as well as Building Societies. Both lists provide the bank name, the country, the rating information if available and 10 common ratios based on 2-year public information. Data for the atlas is provided by Moody's.
2007 Global ranking by Shareholder equity ($m)
Bank Of America Corporation
|2||Citigroup Inc||119,783 ($m)|
|3||JP Morgan Chase & Co.||115,790 ($m)|
|5||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||81,940 ($m)|
|6||Royal Bank Of Scotland Group||78,730 ($m)|
|7||ING Groep NV||78,088 ($m)|
|8||Crédit Agricole||77,462 ($m)|
|9||Wachovia Corporation||69,716 ($m)|
|10||BNP Paribas||67,378 ($m)|
The top 250 banks are scored and ranked.