Rating of banks' reliability 2010

Rating of 50 most reliable banks around the world, which is based on estimates made by leading international rating agencies( Moody's, Fitch, Standard & Poor's, etc.) is compiled and published by the US edition of Global Finance.

When creating the top 50 for the analysis of the reliability of financial and credit institutions, the drafters first of all assessed their liquidity and long-term creditworthiness indicators, as well as tier-1 capital and the total value of all assets. The rating of the most reliable banks in the world was the German bank KfW.In addition to him, the three leaders included the banks Caisse des Depots et Consignations( France) and Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten( Netherlands).The fourth and fifth positions of the rating were banks Zuercher Kantonalbank( Switzerland) and Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank( Germany).
The Dutch Rabobank Group, the German Landeskreditbank Baden-Wuerttemberg - Foerderbank and the largest Canadian bank Royal Bank of Canada, again took the 6th, 7th and 10th places. Eighth place went to Nederlandse Waterschapsbank( Netherlands), which in 2009 did not even enter the top 50.But the French bank BNP Paribas fell to the 18th position in the ranking, losing its ninth place to the German NRW.Bank.

European retail banks prevail not only in the top 10, but, but also in the reliability rating in general. In particular, the list is dominated by banks from Germany, France and Canada - from each country to 6 banks. The Dutch financial and credit institutions in the top two times less, but all three banks entered the top ten. US banks ranked 4 positions in the ranking, and the most reliable of them( BNY Mellon) was on the 30th place. There are three British banks on the list, but not one of them was not included in the top 10:

  • HSBC - place # 19
  • Barclays - rank # 34
  • Nationwide Building Society - rank # 46

The rating compilers also provided a list of the most reliable banks in the sectionregions, including the list of the best financial and credit institutions in Central and Eastern Europe. The first and second places in this region were divided among themselves by Czech banks - Ceska Sporitelna and Komercni Banka. The last place in the top three places went to Nova Ljubljanska Banka( Slovenia).The fourth place was taken by the Polish Bank Polska Kasa Opieki, and the fifth by Ceskoslovenska Obchodni Banka( Slovakia).

There are no Russian financial and credit institutions in the regional list and in the general rating of the most reliable banks in the world. However, in the top 50 there are several foreign banks represented on the Russian market: BNP Paribas, Barclays Bank, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, etc.