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World Banks

Japan Displaces US as World's Top Creditor

US bank assets increase 240 fold as federal spending increases 2800 fold

 

 

bulletUS Bank Assets PLUNGE: from 32 Times Greater than Federal Spending, to Only TWO Times Greater.
bulletIn 2001, Mizuho Holdings in Tokyo Became World's largest bank (Assets of $1.3 Trillion) .
bulletJapanese bank profits exploded in 2001.
bulletThe 2000 "Asian Economic Crisis":  Bank of Tokyo down 4%.
bulletJapan's REAL Banking System:  the Japanese Postal Savings Account.
bulletU.S Government IS the PROBLEM!

 

"In fact, the government of China owns in this way about one third of
all publicly traded corporations in China. And when we factor in the
fact that they own lots more corporations that are not publicly
traded, we see that very roughly half of the economy of China is, in
one way or another, government. That is, the economy of China is a
very healthy mixture of very large amounts of both socialism and
capitalism."

China is no longer communist. It now has a 51% personal savings rate, which is INFINITELY higher that our NEGATIVE rate of 2-5%. Such a high personal savings rate is not possible under communism. WE are communist now, and CHINA is NOT. While China's banks have EXPLODED, ours have gone BANKRUPT. Lehman Brothers ALONE cost us $691 BILLION from their bankruptcy. Washington, Mutual, $328 BILLION. MF Global will cost us another $41 BILLION. Meanwhile, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China exploded 4 fold to $2 TRILLION, becoming the 5th largest bank in the world. Bank of China Limited, Beijing, exploded seven fold to become the 11th largest bank. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited increased 3 fold to become 37th. Bank of Communications Co Ltd, Shanghai, exploded ten fold to become the 40th largest.

And these are not the fastest growing nor largest banks. Of the top 100 world banks, BNP in Paris is now the largest, with assets nine TIMES greater than a decade ago. Deutsche Bank in Germany is second, with assets of $2.5 TRILLION, up three fold. Barclay's of London is third, with assets more than 6 times greater than a decade ago. Crédit Agricole SA, Paris is up five fold. Even assets in the Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Edinburgh, in lil' ole' Scotland is larger than ALL our banks. Assets in the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd , Tokyo , Japan, are up 3 fold. Asssets in Banco Santander SA, Boadilla del Monte, Spain are up NINE fold. Assets in Lloyds TSB Bank plc, London, UK are up six fold. Assets in Société Générale , Paris La Défense , France are up four fold. Assets in UBS AG , Zürich , Switzerland are up two fold. Assets in BPCE, Paris, France are up four fold, in Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Tokyo, Japan up three fold, ING Bank NV, Amsterdam, Netherlands up three fold, HSBC Bank plc, London, UK up three fold.

Americans Own Only 5% of their OWN Public Debt

Of our $16 TRILLION public debt, a debt which is twice as large as ALL the assets in ALL our banks, only 5% is owned by Americans, with little old Saudi Arabia (with a population about half that of California) holding ONE TRILLION DOLLARS, and Japan holding $9 trillion. Our UNPRECEDENTED negative balance of trade puts us in the position of having to ask China if we can borrow enough money to bomb Baghdad. Either of these three countries could easily kick the leg out from under our three legged stool simply by calling their debt, and at the current rate of spending and borrowing, American banks will have ZERO assets by 2015.

Should We "Panic" Over the $56 Billion Greek Default?

"Trichet is the head of the European Central Bank (ECB). If Greece defaults the European equivalent of the Fed takes a &Euro;40B hit, which is about $56B."

One single FRENCH bank, whose assets exploded in the last decade from $309.4 billion to in $2,676 billion in 2011, could easily pay off this entire GREEK debt without even feeling a bump in the road.  Instead of its assets increasing 8.65 fold, they would have increased only 8.47 fold.  Ditto for ONE single German bank, Deutsche, whose assets exploded from $735.2 billion to $2,552 billion.  If GERMANS singlehandedly paid off all of the GREEK'S debts, assets in this bank would have increased "only" 3.39 fold rather than 3.47 fold.  Ditto for ONE single Chinese bank whose assets increased 4.52 fold (from $452 billion to $2,044 billion), which would be only a 4.39 fold increase if CHINESE paid off the GREEK'S debts.  And the same for the Royal Bank of Scotland whose assets increased 4.51 fold (from $452 to $2,041 billion) and would be only 4.39 fold IF SCOTS agreed to pay off the GREEKS' debts.  Not even SPANIARDS would suffer: assets in ONE single Spanish bank, Banco Santander SA, would increase "only" 8.65 fold rather than 8.96 fold if SPANIARDS agree to subsidize the shiftless, lazy, arrogant, and still asleep GREEKS.  ONE single Japanese bank (and 30 of the top 100 world banks are JAPANESE), Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi, would have seen their assets increase "only" 2.74 fold rather than 2.84 fold (to a whopping $1,645 billion).  The ENGLISH could subsidize these shiftless GREEK bastards if just ONE of their banks, Lloyds of London, saw an increase of 5.44 rather than 5.64.  ING Bank in the Netherlands could have done it singlehandedly by reducing it's spectacular growth of 2.69 fold to only 2.57 fold; Royal Bank of Canada from 3.99 to 3.68.

It's not that banks or countries or Christian tax payers CANNOT subsidize the lazy, arrogant, helpless Greeks: it's that it's now time for tough love--it's time for them to subsidize their OWN economic recovery.

 

 

 

"MADE IN USA" in 1963 Is Where 70% of the World's Cars Were From

In 1962, just prior to the 1964 Civil Rights Act (and the Equal Pay Act, and affirmative action), the words "Made in USA" were cherished around the world. ANYTHING made here was of the best quality the world had ever known, we made almost three quarters of all the cars in the world, the idea that Korea or Japan would ever be able to compete with us in any industry, particularly semiconductors and cars, was ludicrous. GM, Ford, GD, and Standard Oil were the biggest corporations in the world by far, with Dutch Royal Shell being one third the size of GM or Bank of America.

 

 

 



 

What A Difference Two Decades Makes

Within two decades after the 1964 Civil Rights Act, all of that had changed. Multiple banks in Japan, Barclays in England, Banque Nationale in France, Deutsche Bank in Germany, Royal Bank of Canada, were all larger than our second largest bank, Citibank.

 

Dai-Ichi Was FOUR TIMES Bigger than Citibank Within Three Decades

Three decades after the CRA, our largest bank, Citibank, was one quarter the size of Dai-ichi, Sumitomo, Mitsui, Sanwa, Fuji, AND Mitsubishi in Japan, one third the size of four French banks and one German bank, and half the size of 8 other Japanese banks, 3 Swiss banks, and 3 UK banks.

 

By 1999, Only Six US Banks Were Among the World's Top 50

Four decades after the CRA, only 6 US banks were amongst the world's top 50 banks, compared to 11 Japanese, 9 German, 6 United Kingdom, and 5 French banks.  The largest bank in the world was Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, with $735.2 billion in assets, considerably larger than our largest bank Citigroup with assets of $687.4 billion). 


 

 

 Missing from that list are the following Chinese banks: 

Indl. & Coml. Bank Of China China 427,546
Bank Of China China 350,736
China Construction Bank China 265,845
Agricultural Bank Of China China 244,270
Bank Of Communications China 64,986
China Everbright Bank China 20,278
China Merchants Bank China 19,866

 

 

 

Top 20 world banks in 2001

In 2001, only ONE of the top 20 world banks, Chase Manhattan, was a US bank, 7 were Japanese, 2 were Swiss, 2 were Chinese, 3 were German ( with assets four TIMES that of Chase Manhattan), 2 were in the UK, one was French, and one was Dutch (with assets 40% greater than Chase).

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http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/features/financial500.2000/banks51-100.html

 

 

By 2011, Only FOUR US Banks Were Amongst the Top 50

Missing from the following list of bank assets are two important savings assets which are not reported with regular bank assets:

  1. Japan's Postal Savings Accounts which are not banks and thus not counted on this list. The vast majority of Japanese household savings are here, not in banks.
  2. Germany's savings banks, which don't even report their assets to any of the following organizations.

 

 

Only China Has Fewer Assets per Capita than the US

 

 

 

 

 

1916

Deposits in US banks were $22.6 billion, 32 times greater than federal government expenditures of $713 million.

1929

Deposits in US banks were $51.5 billion, 16 times greater than federal government expenditures of $3.1 billion.

1939

Deposits in US banks were $56.9 billion, 6 times greater than federal government expenditures of $9.1 billion.

1940

Deposits in US banks were $60.6 billion, six times greater than federal government expenditures of $9.7 billion.

1954

Deposits in US banks were $182 billion, 2.6 times greater than federal expenditures of $70.9 billion.

1962

Deposits in the top five US banks were $45 billion.

1983

Four of the world's top 40 commercial banks were US banks, 16 were Japanese, 4 were French, 4 were United Kingdom, 4 were German, 3 were Canadian, 2 were Swiss, and 1 was in Hong Kong.  Of the $2,079 billion in commercial banks in the US, 85% or $1,628 billion was in US banks, which was only 2 times greater than federal expenditures of $808 billion.

1988

One of the world's top 40 commercial banks was in the US with assets of $105 billion and 22 were Japanese with assets of $1.9 trillion.   Per capita, the top Japanese commercial banks had 37 times as much in assets as US banks. 

1990

One of the world's top 40 commercial banks was a US bank, 17 were Japanese banks, 3 were French, 7 were German, 2 were United Kingdom, 3 were Swiss, 2 were Italian, 2 were Dutch, and 1 was in Hong Kong.   Six Japanese banks were each 4 times larger than our largest bank, Citibank, and 3 French banks were 3 times larger.

1996

The New York Times reported on December 16, 1996, just a few years before assets in Sumitomo Bank more than doubled, that "Japan to Use 10 Trillion Yen to Bolster Banking System", an utterly ludicrous statement.  10 trillion yen is only $91 billion, a mere 1.7% of just the assets in only the top Japanese banks, not including perhaps $93 trillion in their Postal Savings Accounts, nor the rest of Japan's banking system. For the government to offer to "bail out" such banks with a $91 billion loan is about like offering to fill up the Pacific Ocean with a tea cup--it's an empty gesture whose only hope could be to make bureaucrats feel better about the disaster they created, convince American sheeple that Japan is in the middle of an "Asian economic crisis", or prevent sheeple from comprehending the magnitude of the error of letting jews run our banks.

1998

Of the world's top 50 banks, five of them were US--Chase Manhattan, Citicorp, NationsBank, JP Morgan, and Bank of America--with assets of $1.5 trillion, and 15 of them were Japanese with assets of $5.2 trillion.  Per capita, the top Japanese commercial banks now had only 8 times as much in assets as US banks.  Our total assets in commercial banks were $5.4 trillion, but by 2000, the assets of just the Japanese banks in the Asian Top Fifty Banks were $6 trillion.   Of the 17 banks larger than our largest bank, Chase Manhattan, 8 were Japanese, 2 were German, 2 were Swiss, 2 were in the UK, 2 were French, and 1 was in the Netherlands.   The top Japanese bank was almost twice the size of our largest bank, Chase Manhattan.  Excluded from that list, but included on The Asiaweek Financial 500 for the year 2000 http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/features/asiaweek1000.2000/table1-50.html were Industrial & Commercial Bank of China and Bank of China.

2000

During the alleged "Asian economic crisis" between 1998 and 2000, the assets of Japan's largest bank, Bank of Tokyo, decreased by 1.7%.  But Sumitomo Bank's assets increased 5.6%, Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank's increased 17.6%, Sanwa Bank's increased 4%, Fuji Bank's increased 32.9%, Sakura Bank's increased 15%, Tokai Bank's increased 10%, Asahi Bank's increased 20.5%, Industrial Bank of Japan's by 3.8%.  Just the amount by which the assets of only 4 Japanese banks (Dai-Ichi, Fuji, Tokai, and Asahi) increased in only two years is greater than the total assets of Bank of America.

2001

Of the world's top 40 banks, 5 were Japanese with assets of $4.8 trillion and 7 were US with assets of $3.5 trillion.  Citigroup in New York, which ranked second, had assets of only $1 trillion, one quarter of a trillion less than the $1.28 trillion in Mizuho Holdings in Tokyo.  Total assets in US commercial banks were $5.0 trillion, compared to $7.3 trillion in the top 500 Japanese banks. Excluded from this list by American Banker was the Bank of China, which would have ranked 18th had it been included.  The assets of one single Japanese bank, Sumitomo, grew by $409 billion, from $515 billion to $924 billion (almost as much as the total assets of our second largest bank, Bank of America).

2002

Of the world's top 100 commercial banks, 10 were Japanese with $3.4 trillion in assets and 19 were US with $4.9 trillion.  But the monetary base of Japan's central bank accelerated to $71.5 trillion by 2002, increased another 31% to $94 trillion in 2003, and another 7% to $100.8 trillion in 2004.  Total assets in US commercial banks were $7.4 trillion, but only 73% or $5.4 trillion was in US-chartered banks, an amount that was only 2.7 times greater than federal government expenditures of $2 trillion.

WE NEED AN "ASIAN ECONOMIC CRISIS" LIKE JAPAN HAD

References:

bulletFederal expenditures.
bulletUS banks.

 

World Banks 2011

By 2011, TWO of the world's top 20 banks, Bank of America and JP Morgan, were US banks, but FOUR were Chinese banks (one with assets 25% greater than JP Morgan), four were French (one with assets 64% greater than JP Morgan, as did one German bank), four were in the UK, 2 were Japanese, 1 was Spanish (about the size of JP Morgan), and one was Dutch.

http://www.bankersalmanac.com/addcon/infobank/bank-rankings.aspx or see banks.xlsx

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
1 (1) BNP Paribas SA , Paris , France *2,675,627 -2.89% 34,428.23 31.12.10
2 (2) Deutsche Bank AG , Frankfurt am Main , Germany *2,551,727 +26.99% 3,186.93 31.12.10
3 (3) Barclays Bank PLC , London , UK *2,326,004 +8.06% 22,625.66 31.12.10
4 (4) Cr�dit Agricole SA , Paris , France *2,133,810 +2.32% 9,647.83 31.12.10
5 (5) Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Limited , Beijing , China *2,043,861 +14.20% 53,002.93 31.12.10
6 (6) The Royal Bank of Scotland plc , Edinburgh , UK *2,040,790 -22.94% 10,316.89 31.12.10
7 (7) The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd , Tokyo , Japan 1,644,768 +3.32% 18,293.18 31.03.10
8 (8) China Construction Bank Corporation , Beijing , China *1,641,683 +12.33% 37,967.32 31.12.10
9 (9) JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association , New York , USA *1,631,621 +0.24% 1,785.00 31.12.10
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* Figures are consolidated

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
10 (10) Banco Santander SA , Boadilla del Monte , Spain *1,630,290 +9.63% 5,576.54 31.12.10
11 (11) Bank of China Limited , Beijing , China *1,588,462 +19.57% 42,391.99 31.12.10
12 (12) Lloyds TSB Bank plc , London , UK *1,574,667 -1.80% 2,457.07 31.12.10
13 (13) Agricultural Bank of China Limited , Beijing , China *1,569,865 +16.38% 49,324.06 31.12.10
14 (14) Soci�t� G�n�rale , Paris La D�fense , France *1,515,897 +10.59% 1,249.33 31.12.10
15 (15) Bank of America NA , Charlotte , USA *1,482,278 +1.16% 3,020.04 31.12.10
16 (16) UBS AG , Z�rich , Switzerland *1,409,574 -1.74% 409.84 31.12.10
17 (-) BPCE , Paris , France *1,403,913 - 22,292.45 31.12.10
18 (17) Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation , Tokyo , Japan *1,282,706 +3.62% 18,924.03 31.03.10
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* Figures are consolidated

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
19 (18) ING Bank NV , Amsterdam , Netherlands *1,249,428 +5.78% 703.00 31.12.10
20 (19) HSBC Bank plc , London , UK *1,246,478 +6.19% 1,244.15 31.12.10
21 (20) UniCredit SpA , Milan , Italy *1,244,627 +0.08% 12,920.18 31.12.10
22 (21) Citibank NA , New York , USA *1,154,293 -0.61% 751.00 31.12.10
23 (22) Wells Fargo Bank NA , San Francisco , USA *1,102,278 - 519.00 31.12.10
24 (23) Credit Suisse AG , Z�rich , Switzerland *1,079,466 -2.20% 4,708.40 31.12.10
25 (24) Commerzbank AG , Frankfurt am Main , Germany *1,010,042 -10.64% 27,082.22 31.12.10
26 (25) Cr�dit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank , Paris La D�fense , France *959,014 +0.53% 8,109.27 31.12.10
27 (26) Bank of Scotland plc , Edinburgh , UK *895,713 -13.24% 9,127.38 31.12.10
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* Figures are consolidated

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
28 (27) Intesa Sanpaolo SpA , Milan , Italy *882,106 +5.43% 8,900.64 31.12.10
29 (28) Rabobank Nederland , Utrecht , Netherlands *873,776 +7.38% 10,626.67 31.12.10
30 (29) Mizuho Corporate Bank Ltd , Tokyo , Japan 786,441 -1.11% 15,003.18 31.03.10
31 (30) Nordea Bank AB (publ) , Stockholm , Sweden *777,770 +14.44% 5,413.77 31.12.10
32 (31) Mizuho Bank Ltd , Tokyo , Japan 764,417 +2.17% 7,479.87 31.03.10
33 (32) Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA , Madrid , Spain *740,142 +3.30% 2,947.24 31.12.10
34 (33) The Norinchukin Bank , Tokyo , Japan 731,642 +9.55% 36,607.65 31.03.10
35 (34) Royal Bank of Canada , Montr�al , Canada *713,085 +10.87% 17,862.33 31.10.10
36 (36) National Australia Bank Ltd , Melbourne , Australia *665,456 +4.87% 22,847.30 30.09.10
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* Figures are consolidated

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
37 (37) The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited , Hong Kong , Hong Kong *648,288 +16.08% 2,893.42 31.12.10
38 (38) Natixis , Paris , France *613,295 +1.96% 6,230.58 31.12.10
39 (39) The Toronto-Dominion Bank , Toronto , Canada *608,351 +11.19% 19,761.39 31.10.10
40 (41) Bank of Communications Co Ltd , Shanghai , China *600,099 +19.41% 8,543.79 31.12.10
41 (42) Westpac Banking Corporation , Sydney , Australia *599,803 +4.87% 23,764.07 30.09.10
42 (45) Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW) , Frankfurt am Main , Germany *591,533 +10.42% 4,418.85 31.12.10
43 (43) Credit Suisse International , London , UK *578,919td> - 9,625.00 31.12.10
44 (44) Danske Bank A/S , Copenhagen , Denmark *577,238 +3.72% 1,255.10 31.12.10
45 (46) National Westminster Bank Plc , London , UK *572,170 +4.51% 2,619.42 31.12.10
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* Figures are consolidated

Current
Rank
Previous
Rank
BANK Assets
US$m
+ or -
(local curr)
Capital
US$m
Balance
Sheet
46 (47) Commonwealth Bank of Australia , Sydney , Australia *558,674 +4.18% 20,762.38 30.06.10
47 (49) The Bank of Nova Scotia , Toronto , Canada *517,142 +6.07% 9,573.84 31.10.10
48 (50) Standard Chartered PLC , London , UK *516,542 +18.30% 1,174.00 31.12.10
49 (51) Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited , Melbourne , Australia *515,851 +11.48% 20,136.79 30.09.10
50 (52) DZ BANK AG Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank , Frankfurt am Main , Germany *513,476 -1.30% 4,231.39 31.12.10

* Figures are consolidated

* These bank rankings are compiled from balance sheet information included on Bankersalmanac.com available at 18th August 2011.

The information available at this date is used to compile the full world and country rankings.

 

Five of the top 50 world banks in 2011 were US, 4 were French, 5 were German, 5 were in the UK, 6 were Chinese, 4 were Japanese, 2 were Dutch, 4 were Australian, 2 were Spanish, one was Brazilian, one Danish, and one Swedish.

http://www.gfmag.com/tools/best-banks/11382-worlds-50-biggest-banks-2011.html#axzz1ekC3kLJd

World's 50 Biggest Banks 2011
Rank Bank
Country
Total Assets ($m)
Statement Date
1 BNP Paribas
France
2,669,906
12/31/10
2 Deutsche Bank
Germany
2,546,272
12/31/10
3 HSBC Holdings
United Kingdom
2,454,689
12/31/10
4 Barclays United Kingdom 2,331,943 12/31/10
5 The Royal Bank of Scotland Group United Kingdom 2,275,479 12/31/10
6 Bank of America United States 2,268,347 12/31/10
7 Cr�dit Agricole France 2,129,248 12/31/10
8 JPMorgan Chase United States 2,117,605 12/31/10
9 Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) China 2,032,131 12/31/10
10 Citigroup United States 1,913,902 12/31/10
11 Mizuho Financial Group Japan 1,890,220 03/31/11
12 Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Japan 1,687,313 03/31/10
13 ING Group Netherlands 1,666,368 12/31/10
14 China Construction Bank China 1,632,261 12/31/10
15 Banco Santander Spain 1,626,805 12/31/10
16 Bank of China China 1,579,346 12/31/10
17 Agricultural Bank of China* China 1,568,722 12/31/10
18 Lloyds Banking Group United Kingdom 1,552,245 12/31/10
19 Soci�t� G�n�rale France 1,512,657 12/31/10
20 UBS Switzerland 1,401,924 12/31/10
21 Groupe BPCE
France 1,400,911 12/31/10
22 Wells Fargo United States 1,258,128 12/31/10
23 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Japan 1,247,053 03/31/10
24 UniCredit Italy 1,241,967 12/31/10
25 Credit Suisse Group Switzerland 1,098,345 12/31/10
26 Commerzbank Germany 1,007,882 12/31/10
27 Goldman Sachs Group United States 911,332 12/31/10
28 Intesa Sanpaolo Italy 880,221 12/31/10
29 Rabobank Group Netherlands 871,908 12/31/10
30 Norinchukin Bank** Japan 844,431 09/30/10
31 China Development Bank China 771,729 12/31/10
32 Nordea Bank Sweden 776,108 12/31/10
33 Dexia Belgium 757,262 12/31/10
34 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) Spain 738,560 12/31/10
35 Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)* Canada 713,646 12/31/10
36 National Australia Bank* Australia 664,174 12/31/10
37 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Australia 660,205 12/31/10
38 Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) Canada 608,113 12/31/10
39 Westpac Banking Corporation* Australia 598,647 12/31/10
40 Bank of Communications China 596,655 12/31/10
41 KfW Germany 590,269 12/31/10
42 Danske Bank Denmark 572,547 12/31/10
43 Scotiabank (Bank of Nova Scotia) Canada 516,939 12/31/10
44 Standard Chartered United Kingdom 516,542 12/31/10
45 Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) Australia 514,857 09/30/10
46 DZ Bank Germany 512,378 12/31/10
47 ABN Amro* Netherlands 509,249 12/31/10
48 Banque F�d�rative du Cr�dit Mutuel (BFCM) France 501,422 12/31/10
49 Landesbank Baden-W�rttemberg (LBBW) Germany 500,285 12/31/10
50 Banco do Brasil Brazil 481,179 12/31/10

Source: Fitch Ratings except

* Moody�s Investors Service

** Norinchukin Bank



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1. HSBC HOLDINGS HONG KONG
2. CHASE MANHATTAN BANK USA
3. CREDIT AGRICOLE GROUP FRANCE
4. CITI CORP USA
5. BANK OF TOKYO-MITSUBISHI* JAPAN
6. DEUTSCHE BANK GERMANY
7. ABN AMRO BANK NETHERLAND
8. SUMITOMO BANK* JAPAN
10. DAI-ICHI KANGYO BANK* JAPAN
11. FUJI BANK* JAPAN
12. SANWA BANK* JAPAN
13. NATIONS BANK USA
14. UNION BANK OF SWITZERLAND SWITZERLAND
15. BARCLAYS BANK UK
16. CREDIT SUISSE GROUP SWITZERLAND
17. SAKURA BANK* JAPAN
18. RABOBANK NETHERLAND NETHERLAND
19. NATIONAL WESTMINSTER BANK UK
20. HALIFAX UK
21. J P MORGAN & CO USA
22. INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA* CHINA
23. BANQUE NATIONAL DE PARIS FRANCE
24. NARINCHUKIN BANK* JAPAN
25. GROUPE CAISSE D�EPARGNE FRANCE
26. INDUSTRIAL BANK OF JAPAN* JAPAN
27. BANK OF CHINA* CHINA
28. DRESDNER BANK GERMANY
29. LLOYDS TSB GROUP UK
30. FIRST UNION CORPORATION USA
31. SOCIETE GENERALE FRANCE
32. TOKAI BANK* JAPAN
33. BANC ONE CORPORATION USA
34. COMMERZBANK GERMANY
35. ING BANK GROUP NETHERLAND
36. BAYERISCHE VEREINSBANK GERMANY
37. FIRST CHICAGO NBD CORPORATION USA
38. CAMPAGNIE FINANCIERE DE PARIBAS FRANCE
39. ABBEY NATIONAL UK
40. BANNCO SANTANDER SPAIN
41. CREDIT MUTUEL FRANCE
42. WESTDEUTSCHE LANDESBANK-GIROZENTRALE GERMANY
43. LONG-TERM CREDIT BANK OF JAPAN* JAPAN
44. NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK AUSTRALIA
45. CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE CANADA
46. ROYAL BANK OF CANADA CANADA
47. ASAHI BANK* JAPAN
48. CREDIT LYONNAIS FRANCE
49. SCOTIABANK CANADA
50. BANCO BILBAO VIZCAYA SPAIN
51. BANKERS TRUST OF NEW YORK USA
52. SWISS BANK CORP SWITZERLAND
53. FLEET FINANCIAL USA
54. BANK OF MONTREAL CANADA
55. WELLS FARGO & CO USA
56. CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK* CHINA
57. DEXIO SPAIN
58. CARIPLO ITALY
59. BAYERISCHE LANDESBANK GERMANY
60. MITSUBISHI TRUST & BANKING CORPORATION* JAPAN
61. KREDITANSTALT FUR WIDERAUBAU GERMANY
62. COMMONWEALTH BANK CORP AUSTRALIA
63. BANKO DE BRASIL* BRAZIL
64. NORWEST CORP USA
65. BANCO BRADESCO* BRAZIL
66. WACHOVIA CORPORATION USA
67. GROUPE BANQUES POPULAIRES FRANCE
68. BANCO DE ROMA ITALY
69. INSTITUTO BANCOCIO SAN APULO DI TORINO ITALY
70. BAYERRISCHE-HYPOHEKEN & WECHSEL-BANK GERMANY
71. PNC BANK CORPORATION USA
72. ARGENTURIA SPAIN
73. ANZ BANKING GROUP AUSTRALIA
74. US BANCORP USA
75. WESTPARC BANKING CORPORATION AUSTRALIA
76. ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND UK
77. BANKBOSTON USA
78. TORONTO DOMINION BANK CANADA
79. AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA CHINA
80. SUMITOMO TRUST AND BANKING* JAPAN
81. BANCO COMMERCIALE ITALIANO ITALY
82. DAIWA BANK* JAPAN
83. BANK OF NEW YORK USA
84. KEYCORP USA
85. BANK OF SCOTLAND UK
86. BANKGESELLSCHAFT BERLIN GERMANY
87. OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING CORPORATION* CHINA
88. SHOKO CHUKIN BANK* JAPAN
89. DBS BANK SINGAPORE
90. MITSUI TRUST & BANKING* JAPAN
91. BANK AUSTRIA AUSTRIA
92. STANDARD CHARTERED BANK UK
93. GENERALE BANK BELGIUM
94. INSTITUTO MOBILIASE ITALIANO ITALY
95. CREDITO ITALIANO ITALY
96. NATIONAL CITY CORP USA
97. BANCO MONTE DEI PASCHI DI SIENA ITALY
98. DEN DANSKE BANK DENMARK
99. BANCO ITOIS SAN PAULO BRAZIL* BRAZIL
100. SHIZUOKA BANK* JAPAN

 

http://blogs.wsj.com/deals/2011/10/31/mf-global-likely-among-the-10-biggest-bankruptcies-ever/

By Shira Ovide

MF Global, the brokerage run by former Goldman Sachs chief Jon Corzine, today filed for bankruptcy protection, becoming one of the highest-profile U.S. victims of bad bets on European government debt.

With the Chapter 11 filing, MF Global also is likely to be added to the ignominious list of the 10 largest bankruptcies in U.S. corporate history. Here is that list, according to research firm BankruptcyData.com, and based on the value of each company’s assets before its bankruptcy filing.

Based on MF Global’s disclosed assets in its bankruptcy filing, it is likely to slot in just ahead of Chrysler as the eighth-largest U.S. bankruptcy.

1) Lehman Brothers Holdings, September 2008: $691 billion in assets

2) Washington Mutual, September 2008: $327.9 billion

3) WorldCom, July 2002: $103.9 billion

4) General Motors, June 2009: $91 billion

5) CIT Group, November 2009: $80.4 billion

6) Enron, 2001: $65.5 billion

7) Conseco, 2002: $61.4 billion

MF Global: $41 billion (as of Sept. 30)

8) Chrysler April, 2009: $39.3 billion

9) Thornburg Mortgage May, 2009: $36.5 billion

10) Pacific Gas & Electric Co., 2001: $36.15 billion

 

 

 

 

TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

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