Safest and Largest Banks

The top ranked safest banks in the world include KfW (Germany), Caisse des Depots et Consignations (France), Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten (The Netherlands), Zuercher Kantonalbank (Switzerland), among others.

KfW banking group is a leading government-owned development bank and has been rated first in the world among the safest banks by Global Finance, one of the leading international finance magazines.

Zuercher Kantonalbank (ZKB) has been awarded the top rating (AAA) by both Standard & Poor's and Fitch. In addition ZKB has been ranked in the top 4 among the world's safest banks in the Global Finance magazine. It is also the largest cantonal bank in Switzerland.

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Safest Banks in Europe
BNG is a specialized financial institution for the public sector. BNG-issued debt securities are rated AAA by Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch...

Safest Banks in North America
RBC is the largest financial institution in Canada and one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies...

Safest Banks in Australia
Westpac Banking Corporation is ranked in the top 5 listed companies by market capitalization on the Australian Securities Exchange Limited...

Safest Banks in Middle East
NBAD is rated senior long term/short term A+/A-1 by Standard and Poor’s, Aa3/P1 by Moodys and AA-/F1+ by Fitch...

Largest Banks in the USA and Canada
JP Morgan Chase is one of the world’s oldest, biggest and best-known financial institutions. Its clients include corporations, governments, states, municipalities, education institutions...

Top Largest Banks in Africa
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Top Largest Banks in Latin America
Bancolombia is the second most recognized brand in the country and the first among financial sector companies...

Top Largest Banks in Asia
According to the Millward Brown Optimor's ranking of Top 100 Most Valuable Brands, ICBC has been ranked top of all financial institutions...
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