Top 1000 World Banks 2017 - Asia

Brian Caplen talks to Stefania Palma, Asia editor at The Banker, about Chinese banks' sustained strength in the Top 1000 World Banks ranking, 

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    Two Indonesian banks join the Asia Pacific listings, bumping out Thai and Taiwanese institutions, while ANZ leapfrogs National Australia Bank to take the top slot. Stefania Palma reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - China boosts its numbers while ICBC retains lead

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    More Chinese banks won places in the Top 1000, with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China again number one, although the country now only has three of the top five places. Stefania Palma reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - Japan's strength fails to translate into global gains

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    While the domestic performance of Japan’s banks has been generally positive, the global ranking sees more of them losing ground or remaining static rather than improving on last year’s positions. Stefania Palma reports.

    Top 1000 World Banks - China overcomes obstacles to lead efficiency rankings

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    Emerging market banks have put in an impressive performance in this year’s cost-to-income ratio ranking, which highlights how efficient they have been. China dominates with Russian and Brazilian names following closely, while the US is conspicuous by its absence. Silvia Pavoni reports.

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