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The top 20 private banks in the world

Scorpio Partnership's Global Private Banking Benchmark 2013 showed a big rebound in assets under management among the 209 players in the sector. Here we highlight the top 20 banks.   

Santander

Total assets: $172.7 billion (£114.3 billion)

Growth in 2012: ▲ 66.2%

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Lombard Odier

Total assets: $175.5 billion

▲ 126.0% in 2012

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BNY Mellon

Total assets: $179 billion

▲ 6.6% in 2012

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Northern Trust

Total assets: $197.7 billion

▲ 13.8% in 2012

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Julius Bär

Total assets: $200.8 billion

▲ 12.3% in 2012

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Barclays

Total assets: $201.4 billion

▲ 10.3% in 2012

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ABN AMRO

Total assets: $212.7 billion

▲ 12% in 2012

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Goldman Sachs

Total assets: $240 billion

▲ 5.7% in 2012

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Citi Private Bank

Total assets: $250 billion

▲ 20.2% in 2012

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JPMorgan

Total assets: $318 billion

▲ 9.3% in 2012

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Pictet

Total assets: $322.2 billion

▲ 22.9% in 2012

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BNP Paribas

Total assets: $346.9 billion

▲ 9.7% in 2012

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Deutsche Bank

Total assets: $387.3 billion

▲ 11.1% in 2012

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HSBC

Total assets: $398 billion

▲ 5.6% in 2012

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Royal Bank of Canada

Total assets: $628.5 billion

▲ 9.6% in 2012

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Credit Suisse

Total assets: $854.6 billion

▲ 6.9% in 2012

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Morgan Stanley

Total assets: $1,308 billion

▲ 7.3% in 2012

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Wells Fargo

Total assets: $1,400 billion

▲ 7.7% in 2012

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Bank of America

Total assets: $1,673.5 billion

▲ 5.9% in 2012

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UBS

Total assets: $1,705 billion

▲ 9.7% in 2012

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