THE EUROMONEY 25
CLASS OF 2018

The Euromoney 25: Class of 2018

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

Report Cards

BBVA: Leaving party

BBVA: Leaving party

As Carlos Torres Vila and Onur Genc take over, BBVA’s markets may still surprise more than its strategy.

BNP Paribas: Half-way there?

BNP Paribas: Half-way there?

With conditions far from helpful, the French bank has a lot riding on initiatives designed to grow its corporate and institutional bank

HSBC: A year of transition

HSBC: A year of transition

New chief executive John Flint has bought himself some breathing room to deliver the bank’s return-to-growth mode

ICBC: Braced for the trade war

ICBC: Braced for the trade war

Numbers are solid and money is flowing into the system, but ICBC must avoid the temptation to drift from its conservative approach to risk.

QNB: Strained but undefeated

QNB: Strained but undefeated

Regional difficulties have tested QNB’s resilience, but the bank has managed to consolidate its position at home and maintain its international strength.

RBC: Keeping it organic

RBC: Keeping it organic

With asset prices high, RBC has made a virtue of a focus on the organic build of its footprint, with tech as important as ever.



THE EUROMONEY 25
CLASS OF 2017