THE CLASS OF 2017

Introducing the Euromoney 25


In the articles below we publish progress reports on 25 banks that, together, are a barometer for the health of the global banking industry today. Individually, the leaders who run them are cautiously confident that their firms are better placed than a couple of years ago. Collectively, they worry that current levels of returns will be hard to beat in the prevailing environment. On key metrics such as ROE, cost/income ratio, core capital and profits before tax, which banks rank where in the Euromoney 25? Who graduated with honours? And who is hiding at the back of the class?

The Euromoney 25

The Euromoney 25

December 20, 2017

Euromoney assesses the performance of 25 banks from around the world in a new series of progress reports

Report cards

BBVA: Rebalancing risks

BBVA: Rebalancing risks

December 20, 2017

Sale of non-core assets could help bolster its balance sheet and open up new options

Credit Suisse: Time to deliver

Credit Suisse: Time to deliver

December 20, 2017

Tidjane Thiam needs to prove that the new-look Credit Suisse can thrive and not just survive - and he might just do it

JPMorgan: Plugging the gaps

JPMorgan: Plugging the gaps

December 20, 2017

No one doubts JPMorgan's global influence, but it still needs to fill some holes in its corporate bank