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  2. Bank of Industry - Wikipedia

    Bank of Industry Limited (abbreviated as ' BOI') is Nigeria's oldest and largest Development Finance Institution (DFI) currently operating. It is owned by the Ministry of Finance Incorporated (MOFI) Nigeria (94.80%), the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) (5.19%) and private shareholders (0.01%). The bank has 11 members on its board and it is ...

  3. Bank of India - Wikipedia

    BoI was the only Indian bank in the country. In 1972 BoI sold its Uganda operation to Bank of Baroda. The next year BoI opened a representative office in Jakarta. In 1974 BoI opened a branch in Paris. This was the first branch of an Indian bank in Europe. In 1976 the Nigerian government acquired 60% of the shares in Bank of India (Nigeria). In ...

  4. Bank of Ireland - Wikipedia

    Bank of Ireland is the oldest bank in continuous operation (apart from closures due to bank strikes in 1950, 1966, 1970, [2] and 1976) in Ireland. In 1781, the Bank of Ireland Act was passed by the Parliament of Ireland, establishing Bank of Ireland. [3] On 25 June 1783, Bank of Ireland opened for business at Mary's Abbey in a private house ...

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  6. List of largest banks in the United States - Wikipedia

    First Republic Bank ( $ 197.91 billion in assets) Signature Bank ($115.97 billion in assets) (defunct: March 2023) City National Bank ($91.12 billion in assets) Zions Bancorporation ($87.78 billion in assets)

  7. List of banks in the Republic of Ireland - Wikipedia

    Bank of Scotland (Ireland) Danske Bank; First Active; ICS Building Society (previously Irish Civil Service Building Society) – investment shares acquired in 1984 by Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland as well as society savers but ran separately for a period until a legislative change after the 1987 General Election.

  8. List of largest banks - Wikipedia

    Bank of China. JPMorgan Chase. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group. Bank of America. HSBC. BNP Paribas. Crédit Agricole. The list is based on the April 2022 S&P Global Market Intelligence report of the 100 largest banks in the world. The ranking was based upon assets as reported and was not adjusted for different accounting treatments.