Top 10 Largest Banks in The World In total assets, the largest banks all over the world start from three billion dollars as number one in the list and end with two billion and a half. Chinese banks take a big bite of world finance, and Japan and America follow next. Let us have a look at the largest banks in the world as estimated by real banks.

  • 10 Barclays PLC Barclays is one of the big names in Britain. It was founded in London at the beginning of the 17th century. Still, the bank has branched all over the world. Nearly there is no one type of transaction Barclays are not working in from investment to wholesale and retail.

  • Credit Agricole

The banks headquarter is located in France and was founded in 1885. Credit Agricole’s service is friendly as they have founded the Point Passerelle in which customers suffering from any problem like being threatened with getting their accounts suspended can find solutions and a helping hand.

  • Bank of China

Founded in 1912 in the Chinese capital Beijing, the Bank of China has different branches around the world.

  • Agricultural Bank of China

Built-in 1951 in Beijing, the bank branched out in Japan, U.S., Australia, German, Korea, and Singapore. It has around a hundred million customers across these branches. It has an advanced rank among the top ten in the world, in the number of transactions. The bank witnessed a number of bad circumstances that affected its presence, however, it continued to be.

  • JPMorgan Chase & Co

Known as Chase, JPMorgan Chase is a public bank that was founded in 2000 in the United States of America. Chase is the largest bank in the States. Its total assets are estimated to be around $2 trillion.

  • MUFG

The Mitsubishi UF J Financial Group is based in the Japanese headquarters, in Tokyo. It was founded in 2005 and has an average of $2.5 trillion in assets. Although it was founded only 20 years ago, it was able to precede other banks in a number of transactions. As usual, this big bank merged with another important bank in Japan; Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. Such merging always increases the bank’s scope and power and adds to its security.

  • BNP Paribas

Founded in France in 1848, BNP Paribas had enough time to spread its branches worldwide. Like Barclays, Paribas is stretching a hand in every transactional sector like retail, investment, and wholesale.

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