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The 20 largest banks in Brazil in asset value

The Bank of Brazil remains the largest company in the industry with R $ 1.443 trillion in assets

São Paulo – The Caixa Economica Federal surpassed Itaú Unibanco as Brazil’s largest bank in asset value. According to Central Bank data, Caixa ended the first quarter with R $ 1.242 trillion in total assets, 3% more than in December. Thus, the company became the second largest bank in Brazil according to this criterion. The increase is due to the credit policy through public banks of previous governments. Now she begins to slow down the funding, which should be felt in coming surveys. Already Itaú Unibanco, which occupied the second place until the last quarter fell by 6% in its assets, according to the Central Bank. The Bank of Brazil remains the largest company in the industry with R $ 1.443 trillion in assets. See the images which are the 20 largest banks in Brazil in the amount of total assets. Banks are in the list of operations in retail, investment and development banks such as BNDES.

1 – Banco do Brazil

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 1.443 trillion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 1.438 trillion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 73.959 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 2.378 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016 5.428

2 – CEF

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 1.242 trillion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 1.203 trillion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 26.868 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 554.794 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 3.407

3 – Itaú Unibanco

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 1.204 trillion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 1.285 trillion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 111.716 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 4.463 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016 3.680

4 – Bradesco

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 924.557 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 905.117 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 94.067 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 4.128 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016 4.517

5 – BNDES

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 922.789 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 925.858 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 37.032 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 1.598 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016

6 – Santander

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 676.006 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 681.735 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 60.12 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 1.226 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016 2.655

7 – BTG Pactual

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 221.860 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 241.695 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 20.353 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 1.008 billion
Number of agencies in March 2016 9

8 – HSBC

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 174.823 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 175.059 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 10.149 billion
Net profit in March 2016 – R $ 285,803,000
Number of agencies in March 2016 852

9 – Safra

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 140.819 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 147.617 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 9.253 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 461.505 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 110

10 – Banco Votorantim

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 109.398 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 110.38 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 8.080 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 86.211 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 14

11 – Citi

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 81.476 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 76.046 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 7.930 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 105.950 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 127

12 – Banrisul

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 64.832 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 65.769 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 6.321 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 188.077 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 534

13 – BNP Paribas

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 48.314 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 50.026 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 2.823 billion
Net profit in March 2016 – R $ 4.799 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 9

14 – Credit Suisse

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 44.755 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 37.717 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 3.647 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 51.071 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 2

15 – Banco do Nordeste

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 41.994 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 41.422 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 2.97 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 77.808 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 317

16 – JP Morgan

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 39.606 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 35.396 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 4.272 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 136.167 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 6

17 – Societe Generale

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 35.167 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 17.919 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 1.378 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 7.037 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 3

18 – Sicredi

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 31.662 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 31.499 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 1.218 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 18.232 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 5

19 – Bank Pan

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 27.425 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 26.024 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 3.550 billion
Net profit in March 2016 – R $ 96,103,000
Number of agencies in March 2016 2

20 – BANCOOB

Total assets in March 2016 R $ 27.199 billion
Total assets in December 2015 R $ 25.013 billion
Shareholders’ equity at March 2016 R $ 1.055 billion
Net profit in March 2016 R $ 33.148 million
Number of agencies in March 2016 3

  • BANCOOB got some unbelievable amount in their bank

  • Bank interest is increasing day by day but still govt has no headache for this matter and they are just snatching people’s money as long as they can by their law.

  • I don’t get the thing like they are making billions of dollar each years but still not reducing interest on car loan, home loan, property loan or education loan. What sort of business they are doing just providing idea how they can get money from public.

  • Good knowledge to know. it will need on my future exam