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The first list, beneath, represents the very best ten banking groups on the globe ranked by tier-an individual capital in 2004 (U.S. Dollars):

1. Citigroup - 73 billion

2. JP Morgan Chase - 69 billion

3. HSBC - 67 billion

4. Lender of America - 64 billion

5. Credit rating Agricole Group - 63 billion

6. Royal Lender of Scotland - 43 billion

7. Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group - 40 billion

8. Mizuho Financial Group - 39 billion

9. HBOS - 36 billion

10. BNP Paribas - 35 billion

The next list, down below, shows the very best ten banking groups on the globe ranked by property in 2003 (U.S. Dollars):

1. Mizuho Financial Group - 1,265 billion

2. Citigroup - 1,097 billion

3. Allianz - 1,002 billion

4. UBS - 907 billion

5. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group - 903 billion

6. Deutsche Bank - 892 billion

7. Fannie Mae - 888 billion

8. ING Group - 843 billion

9. BNP Paribas - 835 billion

10. Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group - 832 billion

The list below ranks the most notable ten bank holding corporations on the globe ranked by income in 2003 (U.S. Dollars):

1. Citigroup - 20 billion

2. Lender of America - 15 billion

3. HSBC - 10 billion

4. Royal Lender of Scotland - 8 billion

5. Wells Fargo - 7 billion

6. JP Morgan Chase - 7 billion

7. UBS AG - 6 billion

8. Wachovia - 5 billion

9. Morgan Stanley - 5 billion

10. Merrill Lynch - 4 billion

The following list shows the very best nine bank holding businesses in the U.S. ranked by deposits by June 30, 2004. They are U.S. deposits simply.

1. Lender of America Corp. - 526 billion

2. Wells Fargo & Co. - 256 billion

3. Wachovia Corp. - 238 billion

4. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. - 377 billion

5. Citigroup Inc. - 193 billion

6. U.S. Bancorp - 112 billion

7. SunTrust Banking institutions, Inc. - 78 billion

8. BB&T Company - 67 billion

9. National Metropolis Corp. - 64 billion

The buyer and/or businessperson will be well-advised to consider such rankings under consideration when deciding which lender, among many, she or he should {set up a} banking relationship with.