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The following is a list of the largest international banks based on market capitalization.

Rank Bank Market cap (US$b, April 30, 2015) Employees
1 Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 310.5B 441,902
2 Wells Fargo 284.5B 266,000
3 China Construction Bank 244.8B 348,955
4 JPMorgan Chase & Co 235.9B 265,359
5 Bank of China 225.5B 308,128
6 HSBC Holdings 191.5B 257,603
7 Bank of America Corp 167.3B 219,658
8 Citigroup 161.8B 239,000
9 Commonwealth Bank 114.3B 44,520
10 Banco Santander 105.7B 187,262
11 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial 100.6B 100,500
12 Westpac 96.7B 33,586
13 Royal Bank of Canada 95.9B 73,332
14 Goldman Sachs Group 87.8B 34,400
15 Toronto-Dominion Bank 85.4B 81,137
16 Lloyds Banking Group 85.2B 84,490
17 BNP Paribas 79.9B 184,545
18 Bank of Communications 79.8B 96,259
19 UBS 77.6B 60,155
20 ANZ Banking Group 74.6B 50,328
21 Morgan Stanley 73.6B 56,087
22 National Australia Bank 70.0B 42,853
23 Itau Unibanco 67.3B 93,175
24 Bank of Nova Scotia 66.7B 87,090
25 Barclays 65.9B 132,300
26 BBVA 63.2B 108,770
27 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial 62.1B 66,475
28 Intesa Sanpaolo 56.2B 90,294
29 Banco Bradesco 53.6B 95,520
30 Nordea Bank 51.5B 29,397
31 Bank of New York Mellon 47.2B 50,500
32 Mizuho Financial Group 47.0B 54,911
33 Deutsche Bank 44.3B 98,615
34 Unicredit 42.5B 129,021
35 Bank of Montreal 42.1B 46,778
36 Credit Suisse Group 41.4B 46,400
37 Standard Chartered 40.8B 90,940
38 DBS Group 39.8B 21,460
39 Societe Generale 38.5B 136,223
40 ICICI Bank 31.7B 94,330

Note: As of March 11, 2016, ICBC had a market cap of $226.6 billion and Wells Fargo - $254.2 billion.