Colombian firms winners in Top 100 Banks ranking of 2018


3rd December 2018

Colombia’s GNB Sudameris is the winner in terms of asset growth Latin Trade’s most recent ranking of the Top 100 Banks in Latin America 2018.
GNB Sudameris saw its assets reach $10.5 billion, compared with the $7 billion from 2017, making it the bank with the strongest asset growth and the leader in the Winners sub-ranking.
The second spot in the Winners sub-ranking also belongs to a Colombian bank. Bogotá-based Davivienda posted a 36.9 percent asset growth, from $25.2 billion in 2017, to $34.5 billion in 2018.
In addition to the full list of 100 banks, the ranking includes the following sub-rankings: Financial Depth, Winners & Losers and Top Banks by Country.
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TopBanks2018

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