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Ranked by assets in millions of US$, as of December 31, 2012.

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RANKINSTITUTIONCOUNTRYASSETSCh. NET INCOMECh. 
'12'11US$ Millions12/'11US$ Millions12/'11
11Banco do BrasilBrazil$562,997.97.6%$5,972.7-7.6%
22Banco Itaú UnibancoBrazil$496,415.39.4%$6,652.3-14.7%
33BradescoBrazil$430,189.56.0%$5,569.5-5.3%
44Caixa Econômica Federal Brazil$343,966.226.5%$2,968.57.4%
55Banco Santander Brazil$218,915.0-3.1%$1,317.3-30.5%
66BBVA BancomerMexico$97,452.111.3%$1,785.56.2%
77BanamexMexico$86,405.17.6%$953.029.5%
88HSBC Bank Brasil Brazil$61,471.7-20.2%$599.20.6%
914BTG PactualBrazil$60,345.638.0%$1,008.728.1%
109Banco VotorantimBrazil$59,230.4-1.2%-$972.7-807.4%
1110SantanderMexico$57,841.88.8%$1,341.836.6%
1212Banco SafraBrazil$54,539.917.8%$626.9-6.3%
1311Santander-ChileChile$51,591.09.1%$818.0-3.1%
1415Banco de ChileChile$48,464.616.2%$970.618.0%
1516Banco del Estado de ChileChile$48,281.220.6%$226.110.2%
1613BanorteMexico$46,607.66.2%$726.545.3%
1718Banco de la Nación ArgentinaArgentina$45,160.123.5%$903.317.8%
1819BancolombiaColombia$42,495.432.8%$726.418.4%
1920Banco de Crédito e InversionesChile$37,493.820.9%$565.212.8%
2017HSBCMexico$37,467.77.5%$337.0556.6%
2124Banco de VenezuelaVenezuela$32,991.460.3%$737.4101.4%
2222Banco de Crédito del Perú Peru$32,310.926.8%$587.310.0%
2321CitibankBrazil$29,927.5-2.8%$360.7-63.5%
2427BanescoVenezuela$28,739.955.8%$676.3112.6%
2529CorpbancaChile$28,186.165.4%$250.37.8%
2623Banco de BogotáColombia$28,044.325.9%$764.034.9%
2730Banco ProvincialVenezuela$26,212.158.4%$603.641.6%
2835Banco MercantilVenezuela$24,306.355.3%$481.651.7%
2941BicentenarioVenezuela$23,351.781.1%$260.3634.7%
3025BanrisulBrazil$22,789.713.7%$400.6-16.9%
3128DaviviendaColombia$22,427.323.8%$402.131.8%
3231Bilbao Vizcaya ArgentariaChile$19,523.119.0%$135.9-4.8%
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