The Global 100 looks at over 100 of the world's foremost commercial banks and provides you with valuable insight into their current retail banking strategies and the success — or lack thereof — that these strategies are bringing.
The report offers an unprecedented global scan of what the world's leading banks are doing and planning to do — and, for the most part, this information is in their own words, as presented in their annual reports to investors and other interested parties.
The Global 100 investigates what can be learned from the ways that banks operate in different regions of the world: we see many of the big banks of the US and Europe in a fragile state, while the leading banks of Canada, the US regions, Australia, Africa and some parts of Europe and Asia are focused and moving ahead.
On the other hand, there are still many banks around the world that are failing to communicate credible, focused strategies for their core business. Worryingly, these include the Japanese and Chinese mega-banks.
The Global 100 provides the definitive guide to which banks are deadly serious about retail banking, which are corporate or investment banks at heart and which are currently somewhat at sea.
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