Top 100 World Banking Companies in Deposits

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Top 100 World Banking Companies in Deposits


   Data at yearend 1998 or latest fiscal yearend (dollar amounts in millions)    part 1 of 2    DeposiAsset    Rank  Rank         1    1 Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt, Germany         2    7 ABN-AMRO Bank NV, Amsterdam, Netherlands         3    5 Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd., Tokyo, Japan         4    4 BankAmerica Corp., Charlotte, N.C., United States         5    8 HSBC Holdings PLC, London, United Kingdom         6   11 Credit Agricole Group, Paris, France         7   12 Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank Ltd., Tokyo, Japan         8   16 Sanwa Bank Ltd., Osaka, Japan         9   26 Fortis Bank, Brussels, Belgium        10    9 Credit Suisse Group, Zurich, Switzerland        11   15 Sumitomo Bank Ltd., Osaka, Japan        12   19 Sakura Bank Ltd., Tokyo, Japan        13   22 Banque Nationale de Paris, France        14   17 Westdeutsche Landesbank-                Girozentrale, Duesseldorf, Germany        15   20 Fuji Bank Ltd., Tokyo, Japan        16   25 Barclays Plc., London, United Kingdom        17    2 UBS Group, Zurich, Switzerland        18   14 Dresdner Bank AG, Frankfurt, Germany        19   10 ING Group, Amsterdam, Netherlands        20    3 Citigroup, New York, United States        21   24 Chase Manhattan Corp., New York, United States        22    6 HypoVereinsbank AG, Munich, Germany        23   13 Societe Generale, Paris, France        24   18 Norinchukin Bank, Tokyo, Japan (*)        25   28 NatWest Group, London, United Kingdom        26   30 Rabobank Group, Utrecht, Netherlands        27   21 Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt, Germany        28   32 Lloyds TSB Group, London, United Kingdom        29   39 Asahi Bank, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan        30   33 Tokai Bank Ltd., Nagoya, Japan        31   34 DG Bank, Frankfurt, Germany        32   35 Bank One Corp., Chicago, Illinois, United States        33   31 Bayerische Landesbank Girozentrale, Munich, Germany        34   38 Halifax Plc, Leeds, United Kingdom        35   29 Abbey National PLC, London, United Kingdom        36   40 First Union Corp., Charlotte, N.C., United States        37   37 Credit Lyonnais, Paris, France        38   43 Wells Fargo & Co., San Francisco, United States        39   53 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, Bilbao, Spain        40   42 Bankgesellschaft Berlin AG, Berlin, Germany        41   50 KBC Bank and Insurance, Brussels, Belgium        42   48 Royal Bank of Canada, Montreal, Canada        43   49 Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, Hanover, Germany        44   47 Banca Intesa SPA Group, Milan, Italy        45   52 Zenshinren Bank, Tokyo, Japan (*)        46   54 Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto, Canada        47   65 Bank Bruxelles Lambert, Brussels, Belgium        48   46 Grupo Santander, Santander, Spain        49   45 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto, Canada        50   51 UniCredito Italiano Group, Milan, Italy        51   62 Banca Commerciale Italiana Group, Milan, Italy        52   59 Bank Austria AG, Vienna, Austria        53   44 Instituto Bancario Sanpaolo IMI, Turin, Italy        54   69 Shoko Chukin Bank, Tokyo, Japan (*)        55   55 National Australia Bank Ltd., Melbourne, Australia        56   56 Bank of Montreal, Canada        57   60 Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, Edinburgh, United Kingdom        58   63 Daiwa Bank Ltd., Osaka, Japan        59   41 Dexia Group, Brussels, Belgium        60   66 Banca di Roma, Rome, Italy        61   78 Banco Central Hispanoamericano SA, Madrid, Spain        62   72 MeritaNordbanken, Helsinki, Finland        63   70 Toronto-Dominion Bank, Toronto, Canada        64   81 Bank of Yokohama, Ltd., Yokohama, Japan        65   27 Paribas, Paris, France        66   74 Fleet Financial Group Inc., Boston, United States        67   23 Industrial Bank of Japan Ltd., Tokyo, Japan        68   71 Svenska Handelsbanken, Stockholm, Sweden        69   64 Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen-Girozentrale, Frankfurt, Germany        70   75 Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Spa Group, Rome, Italy        71   58 Mitsubishi Trust & Banking Corp. … 

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