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Top 20 biggest banks in Europe

The 20 largest banks in Europe by market capitalisation at the end of 2013 according to data compiled by SNL.

20. Swedbank AB - £18,599 million market capitalisation (as at 31/12/13)

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19. Svenska Handelsbanken AB - £18,791 million

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18. Crédit Agricole SA - £19,301 million

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17. Intesa Sanpaolo SpA - £24,236 million

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16. UniCredit SpA - £25,904 million

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15. Société Générale SA - £27,238 million

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14. Deutsche Bank AG - £29,372 million

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13. Credit Suisse Group AG - £29,481 million

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12. Nordea Bank AB - £32,615 million

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11. Standard Chartered Plc - £32,891 million

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10. Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc - £38,170 million

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9. OAO Sberbank of Russia - £39,891 million

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8. Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA - £42,974 million

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7. UBS AG - £43,280 million

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6. Barclays plc - £43,768 million

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5. Allied Irish Banks plc - £48,525 million

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4. Lloyds Banking Group plc - £56,291 million

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3. BNP Paribas SA - £58,445 million

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2. Banco Santander SA - £61,250 million

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1. HSBC Holdings plc - £124,579 million

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