List of banks (alphabetical)

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This is list of notable banks, sorted alphabetically.



A&T Bank was founded in 1977 as Arap Türk Bankası A.Ş.. The bank consist of 65% Libyan-Kuwait and 35% private Turkish ownership. The shareholders are; Libyan Foreign Bank (62%), Türkiye İş Bankası (20%), Ziraat Bankası (15%) and others (1%). As of 2016, It has 7 branches in Turkey.

Aareal Bank AG is an international company listed on the MDAX index with headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany, which traded as DePfa Deutsche Bau- und Boden Bank AG and formed part of the DePfa Gruppe until 2002.

Aargauische Kantonalbank is a cantonal bank based in Switzerland. Its head office is situated at Aarau, Switzerland. Founded in 1913, Aargauische Kantonalbank in 2014 had 687 employees and 31 offices in Switzerland, total assets were 22 928.87 mln CHF.


B2B Bank Canadian bank

B2B Bank is a Schedule I Canadian bank that serves a network of some 27,000 financial professionals across key business verticals including: financial advisors and their dealerships; deposit and mortgage brokers and their firms; mutual fund and insurance manufacturers; MFDA and IIROC members.

B&N Bank is one of Russia’s largest commercial banks organized as a public joint-stock company under the laws of the Russian Federation.

Baader Bank AG

Baader Bank AG is an investment bank located in Unterschleißheim, Germany.


C. Hoare & Co. is a British private bank. It is the second oldest bank in the United Kingdom and the world's fifth oldest bank. The bank was founded in 1672 by Sir Richard Hoare and remains family-owned; it is currently managed by the 11th generation of Hoare's direct descendants.

Cairo Amman Bank company

The Cairo Amman Bank is a full-service bank in Jordan and Palestine, with head office in Amman. The head office for the Palestinian territories is in Ramallah. The bank operates about 84 branches and offices in Jordan and 21 in the Palestinian territories. CAB currently ranks sixth in Jordan and third in the Palestinian territories based on assets. It is also ranked third in the Palestinian territories based on the number of branches it has. The bank is a member of the Jonet ATM network in Jordan.

<i>Caisse des dépôts et consignations</i> French financial organization created in 1816

The Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations is a French public sector financial institution created in 1816, and part of the government institutions under the control of the Parliament. Often described as the "investment arm" of the French State, it is defined in the French Monetary and Financial Code as a "public group serving the public interest" and a "long-term investor". Since 2017, Éric Lombard has served as its CEO.


DAB BNP Paribas public company

DAB BNP Paribas is a brand of the German branch of the French major bank BNP Paribas with business premises in Munich. The BNP Paribas brand for independent asset managers, fund brokers, investment advisers and institutional clients was founded on 18 January 1994 as the first discount broker in Germany, trading under Direkt Anlage- und Vermögensverwaltungs-GmbH, and started operations in May 1994 as Direkt Anlage Bank GmbH (DAB). As of 1 January 2016, the operating private customer business was transferred to the BNP Paribas S.A. branch Germany. On 12/13 November 2016, the DAB bank's online portal was shut down and all private customers transferred to Consorsbank.

Danske Bank bank headquartered in Denmark

Danske Bank A/S is a Danish bank. It was founded 5 October 1871 as Den Danske Landmandsbank, Hypothek- og Vexelbank i Kjøbenhavn. Headquartered in Copenhagen, it is the largest bank in Denmark and a major retail bank in the northern European region with over 5 million retail customers. Danske Bank was number 454 on the Fortune Global 500 list for 2011.

Danske Bank, formerly named Fokus Bank, is the Norwegian operations of the Danish Danske Bank. It has long been one of the largest banks in Scandinavia.


East West Bancorp is the parent company of East West Bank. It is a publicly owned company with $42.1 billion in assets as of April 18, 2019. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, East West Bank, is the largest independent bank headquartered in Southern California. It is a premier bank focused exclusively on the United States and Greater China markets and operates over 130 locations worldwide, including the markets of California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Texas and Washington. In Greater China, East West’s presence includes full service branches in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shantou and Shenzhen, and representative offices in Beijing, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Taipei and Xiamen.

Eastern Bank Ltd (Bangladesh)

Eastern Bank Limited is a private commercial bank headquartered in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established on August 8, 1992, as a public limited company with limited liability under the Bank Companies Act of 1991. Its share are listed in the Dhaka Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Stock Exchange. The bank provides products and services in retail banking, corporate finance, asset management, equity brokerage and security. It has 85 branches and 200 ATMs in Bangladesh and employs around 3000 employees.

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank central bank

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is the central bank for the Eastern Caribbean dollar and is the monetary authority for the members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), with the exception of the British Virgin Islands and Martinique. Two of its core mandates are to maintain price and financial sector stability, by acting as a stabilizer and safe-guard of the banking system in the Eastern Caribbean Economic and Currency Union (OECS/ECCU.)






















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