Top Countries By Deposit Rates

Country (Currency) Deposit Rate Deposit Rating
Poland (PLN) 1.74% Aa3
Romania (RON) 1.54% A3
Czech Republic (CZK) 1.36% Aa2
Netherlands (EUR) 1.22% Aaa
Slovakia (EUR) 1.18% Aaa
United Kingdom (GBP) 1.11% Aaa
France (EUR) 1.10% Aaa
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Top Countries By Credit Rating

Country Fitch Moody's
 Netherlands AAA Aaa
 Sweden AAA Aaa
 Luxembourg AAA Aaa
 Switzerland AAA Aaa
 Denmark AAA Aaa
 Norway AAA Aaa
 Germany AAA Aaa
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Top Rated Banks

Rank Bank Fitch/Moody's
1 Zürcher Kantonalbank AAA/Aaa
2 Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau AAA/Aaa
3 Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank AAA/Aaa
4 Landeskreditbank Baden-Württemberg - Förderbank - AAA/Aaa
5 LfA Förderbank Bayern -/Aaa
7 BNG Bank NV -/Aaa
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Largest Banks

Rank Bank Country Total Assets (bln EUR)
1 BNP Paribas S.A. France 1,960
2 Credit Argicole S.A. France 1,550
3 Deutsche Bank AG Germany 1,475
4 Société Générale France 1,275
5 Barclays Bank plc United Kingdom 1,268
6 BPCE France 1,260
7 HSBC Bank plc United Kingdom 923
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