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Latin American banks rebound but face challenges

July 4, 2022

Brazilian banks top the regional table once again, led by Itaú Unibanco.

Profitability bounces back at US banks

July 4, 2022

Following a profit squeeze last year, the US banks benefitted from a more resilient economy than expected.

Bancolombia outperforms rivals

July 4, 2022

The Colombian banking sector outperformed analysts' expectations in 2021, with improved profitability and higher Tier 1 capital. 

Taiwan’s banks hold steady in their ranking

July 4, 2022

Taiwan’s banks, backed by the country’s solid GDP results, have maintained their overall positions in the Top 1000 ranking. 

US banks make up almost half of newcomers

July 4, 2022

Banks from the US dominate the new entrants to the Top 1000 World Banks ranking, which saw 21 first-timers this year. 

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State of play: India’s banks in 2022

July 1, 2022

Mergers and acquisitions, and rising revenue from digital payments, are boosting the size of State Bank of India’s main competitors.

Top 1000 World Banks - South African banks keep edge amid tough conditions

January 11, 2022

South African banks kept the top three regional places, with Nigerian and Egyptian banks making an impression.

Top 1000 World Banks - Australian banks stay top in Asia-Pacific

January 11, 2022

Australia’s banks continue to dominate the regional table, excluding China and Japan, while South Korea and Vietnam also make an impressive showing.

Top 1000 World Banks - Will Latin American banks’ resilience continue?

January 11, 2022

Latin American banks have had mixed fortunes in 2020, largely dependent on their pre-pandemic situation. While some have seen growth, persistent lockdown measures could threaten this in 2021.

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