The Euromoney 25: Class of 2018
Which bank chief executives are raising a glass to a successful 12 months? How are the newcomers to the party settling in? Who’s hiding in the corner, drowning their sorrows? And will 2019 be a year of feast or famine? Euromoney reveals all in its progress reports for the Class of 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of The Euromoney 25. For our Class of 2018, we have once again scrutinised our group of 25 of the world's biggest global banks to give a qualitative and quantitative snapshot of their progress over the last 12 months.
The individual progress reports for each bank can be accessed through the panel on the left, but, as in 2017, we have also pulled out seven key metrics across the group of 25, displayed in the charts below. And on the basis of the first three quarters of 2018, before the year-end wobble that has continued into 2019, most measures were up compared to the same period 12 months earlier.
The progress reports
Bank of America
First Abu Dhabi
Qatar National Bank
Royal Bank of Canada
But there were the usual reporting challenges.