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The world's 20 largest banks

SNL Financial's bi-annual report reveals the world's 20 largest banks as at 31 March 2014.  

1. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd

China

Total assets: 3,174.41

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1. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd

China

Total assets: 3,174.41

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2. HSBC Holdings PLC

UK

Total assets: $2,758.45

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3. China Construction Bank Corp.

China

Total assets: $2,596.42

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4. BNP Paribas SA

France

Total assets: $2,595.12

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5. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.

Japan

Total assets: $2,507.27

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6. JP Morgan Chase & Co.

US

Total assets: $2,476.99

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7. Agricultural Bank of China Ltd.

China

Total assets (US$ billions): 2,464.63

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8. Bank of China Ltd.

China

Total assets: $2,429.77

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9. Credit Agricole Group

France

Total assets: $2,368.85

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10. Barclays PLC

UK

Total assets: $2,270.67

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11. Deutsche Bank AG

Germany

Total assets: $2,255.79

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12. Bank of America Corp.

US

Total assets: $2,149.85

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13. Japan Post Bank Co. Ltd.

Japan

Total assets: $1,967.03

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14. Citigroup Inc.

US

Total assets: $1,894.74

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15. Societe Generale SA

France

Total assets: $1,744.73

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16. Mizuho Financial Group Inc.

Japan

Total assets: $1,707.79

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17. Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc

UK

Total assets: $1,706.85

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18. Banco Santander SA

Spain

Total assets: $1,610.91

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19. Groupe BPCE

France

Total assets: $1,571.47

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20. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc.

Japan

Total assets: $1,569.00

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