Cash Management Non-Financial Institutions Survey 2022
This is the 21st annual survey of the world's cash management industry. With an average response base in excess of 20,000, this is the most authoritative and comprehensive ranking available.
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|12||8||Bank of America|
|16||15||Bank of China|
|19||18||Mizuho Financial Group|
|20||21||Banco do Brasil|
|27||29||Intesa San Paolo|
|34||43||China Construction Bank|
|35||26||Bank of China (Hong Kong)|
The Euromoney Cash Management Survey recognises the leading providers of cash management products and services. This year we collected 21,940 valid non-financial institution responses.
About the Cash Management Survey:
Euromoney’s Cash Management Survey receives responses from the leading cash managers, treasurers and financial officers worldwide, and is considered the benchmark survey for the global cash management industry. This is the most comprehensive guide to the cash management arena in the market
Cash Management Survey Results 2021
To see last year's results, please click here.
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