BNP Paribas is the most widely-used bank among large European corporations, according to research from Greenwich Associates. Across Europe, 61% of large companies use BNP Paribas for corporate banking, including two-thirds of large companies within the eurozone.
On a pan-European basis, Deutsche Bank ranks second with a market penetration of 53% of large companies, followed by HSBC and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), which are tied with market penetration scores of 50-51%. Rounding out the top five is Citi, which is used as a corporate bank by 42% of large companies across Europe. These banks are the 2012 Greenwich share leaders in European large corporate banking.
Deutsche Bank is the 2012 Greenwich quality leader in European large corporate banking. Within the eurozone, Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas share the title of Greenwich quality leader for 2012.
Cash Management and Debt Capital Markets
The 2012 Greenwich share leaders in European large corporate cash management are HSBC and Deutsche Bank. BNP Paribas joins Deutsche Bank as the 2012 Greenwich quality leader in European large corporate cash management.
The 2012 Greenwich share leaders in European debt capital markets are BNP Paribas and Deutsche Bank. The 2012 Greenwich quality leaders in European debt capital markets are Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank.
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