List of largest banks

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These are lists of the banks in the world, as measured by total assets.wikipedia
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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

ICBCIndustrial & Commercial Bank of ChinaIndustrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited
It is the largest bank in China, and the largest bank in the world by total assets, deposits, loans, number of customers and number of employees.

China Construction Bank

China Construction Bank CorporationCCBPeople's Construction Bank
In 2015 CCB was the 2nd largest bank in the world by market capitalization and 6th largest company in the world.

JPMorgan Chase

JP MorganJP Morgan ChaseJPMorgan
If JPMorgan Chase reported under the IFRS, it would be ranked 4th in the list, rather than 6th.
JPMorgan Chase is ranked by S&P Global as the largest bank in the United States and the sixth largest bank in the world by total assets, with total assets of US$2.73 trillion.

HSBC

HSBC Holdings plcHSBC HoldingsHSBC Group
It was the 7th largest bank in the world by 2018, and the largest in Europe, with total assets of US$2.558 trillion.

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group

MUFGUFJ HoldingsMitsubishi UFJ
MUFG holds assets of around US$2,459 billion as of 2016, making it the world's fifth largest bank by total assets and is one of the main companies of the Mitsubishi Group.

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank AGDeutsche Bank SecuritiesDeutsche Asset Management
As of April 2018, Deutsche Bank is the 17th largest bank in the world by total assets.

Banco Santander

SantanderSantander GroupGrupo Santander
Additionally, Santander maintains a presence in all global financial centres as the 16th-largest banking institution in the world.

UBS

UBS AGUBS Investment BankUBS Warburg
Co-headquartered in the cities of Zürich and Basel, it maintains a presence in all major financial centers as the largest Swiss banking institution in the world.

Toronto-Dominion Bank

TD BankToronto Dominion BankTD Bank Financial Group
In 2017, according to Standard & Poor's, TD Bank Group was the largest bank in Canada by total assets, the second largest by market capitalization, a top-10 bank in North America, and the 26th largest bank in the world.

China

People's Republic of ChinaChineseCHN
Many of the largest public companies in the world were Chinese, including the world's largest bank by total assets, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

National Australia Bank

NABNational Bank of AustralasiaNational Bank
NAB was ranked 21st largest bank in the world measured by market capitalisation and 50th largest bank in the world as measured by total assets in 2014, falling to 49th largest in March 2016.

Bank

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These are lists of the banks in the world, as measured by total assets.

Sberbank of Russia

SberbankOpen JSC Sberbank of RussiaPAO Sberbank
it was the largest bank in Russia and Eastern Europe, and the third largest in Europe, ranked 33rd in the world and first in central and Eastern Europe in The Banker's Top 1000 World Banks ranking.

Scotiabank

List of systemically important banks

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* List of systemically important banks

Asset

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These are lists of the banks in the world, as measured by total assets.

S&P Global

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The list is based on the 2019 S&P Global Market Intelligence report of the 100 largest banks in the world.

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (United States)

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Accounting treatment affects the assets reported: for example, the United States uses US GAAP (as opposed to IFRS), which only reports the net derivative position in most cases, leading to US banks having fewer derivative assets than comparable non-US banks.

International Financial Reporting Standards

IFRSInternational Financial Reporting StandardInternational Accounting Standard
Accounting treatment affects the assets reported: for example, the United States uses US GAAP (as opposed to IFRS), which only reports the net derivative position in most cases, leading to US banks having fewer derivative assets than comparable non-US banks.

Derivative (finance)

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Accounting treatment affects the assets reported: for example, the United States uses US GAAP (as opposed to IFRS), which only reports the net derivative position in most cases, leading to US banks having fewer derivative assets than comparable non-US banks.