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  • Abbey National Group - Abbey National is the sixth largest bank by assets (as at July 2002) in the UK, the 16th largest in Europe, and the 30th largest in the world. It is the second largest provider of mortgages and savings in the UK. Abbey National's main head offices are in London, Milton Keynes, Bradford, Glasgow and Edinburgh.  The Group is also represented globally, with offices in Eire, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, France, Italy, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Australia and the United States. Abbey National employs around 28,300 full time equivalent as at 30 December 2002. Financial and  banking services include  asset financing, commercial lending operations, securities financing and risk management activities including foreign exchange transactions.
  • ABN Amro  - is a prominent international bank, its origins going back to 1824. ABN AMRO ranks 10th in Europe and 22nd in the world based on tier 1 capital, with over 3,500 branches in more than 60 countries, a staff of 110,000 full-time equivalents and total assets of EUR 597 billion (as per end March 2003). ABN AMRO offers a wide range of financial products and services to clients through an extensive network that includes a significant presence in all major financial markets, as well as many emerging markets. ABN AMRO is listed on several exchanges, including the Amsterdam, London and New York Stock Exchanges.
  • ABSA Bank - Amalgamated Banks of South Africa - one of the largest banks in South Africa. Provides variety of banking and investment products and services including foreign exchange. Uncompromising, world-class solutions: Absa Corporate & Merchant Banks strategic intent is to provide world-class solutions in markets that create stakeholder value to its clients. This approach focuses on matching the unique needs of existing, new and potential clients to its comprehensive range of tailor made corporate and merchant banking solutions through a variety of distribution channels.
  • Agricultural Bank of China - One of the main banks in mainland China. Among the top 50 banks in the world with an asset of over 300 billion US dollars as of April 2003. The  Bank is the second largest of the four specialized banks in China and is wholly owned by the Chinese government.
  • AIB PLC - AIB Capital Markets comprises AIB Group's Global Treasury, Investment Banking and Corporate Banking businesses. The Division operates world-wide through offices in Ireland, UK, USA, Europe and Asia Pacific through a range of specialist business units and subsidiary companies.
  • American International Group (AIG) - is the world's leading international insurance and financial services organization, with operations in approximately 130 countries and jurisdictions. AIG member companies serve commercial, institutional and individual customers through the most extensive worldwide property-casualty and life insurance networks of any insurer. In the United States, AIG companies are the largest underwriters of commercial and industrial insurance, and AIG American General is a top-ranked life insurer. AIG's global businesses also include financial services, retirement savings and asset management. AIG's common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, as well as the stock exchanges in London, Paris, Switzerland and Tokyo.
  • Arab National Bank (ANB) is one of the ten commercial banks in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ANB was established in 1980 upon Saudisation of the six branches of Arab Bank of Jordan. The Arab Bank had been operating in the Kingdom for 30 years. Arab Bank own 40% of the shares of ANB while the remaining 60% is owned by 5,000 Saudi nationals.
  • Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd - is Australia’s leading international banking and financial services group. ANZ offers a full range of financial products and services in Australia and New Zealand and has representation in 41 other countries, predominantly in greater Asia. With total assets of AUD 135 billion, ANZ is the second largest Australian based bank. Services include transacting foreign exchange and commodities online.  
  • ANZ Investment Bank is a division of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, a top 100 bank globally, carrying a Standard & Poor's long-term rating of AA- and a Moody's credit rating of Aa3. Its global foreign exchange and commodities business is an established leader in the international financial markets with a network spanning Australia and New Zealand, Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.  As one of the first banks to offer online FX trading to corporate and institutional clients, ANZ launched its proprietary single portal, anz.com FX Online, in September 1998. It now has over 1,500 users connected to this web based service and through its pioneering approach to eFX, has developed leading edge expertise in FX online trading systems. ANZ is committed to maintaining its close consultation with clients on their eFX needs, whether in the single or multi-bank eFX environment.  
  • Banca Intesa - Headquarter in Italy and is the country's largest financial institution. Included in the top 100 banks worldwide with over 290 billion US dollars in assets. The integration between Cariplo and Banco Ambrosiano Veneto (1998), the aggregation of Cassa di Risparmio di Parma e Piacenza and Banca Popolare FriulAdria (1999) and the subsequent merger with Banca Commerciale Italiana (2001) are the milestones of a process which has made IntesaBci the top Italian banking group and one of the protagonists in the European financial arena.
  • Banc Popolare De Milano - One of the largest bank in Italy. Provides a wide variety of banking services including foreign exchange. Website is in Italian language.
  • Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA(BBVA) - operates in 37 countries through a network of 7,491 offices, of which 4,336 are in Spain. It has over 293 billion US dollars in assets as of april  2003. It offers a wide range of banking and investment products and services. Formerly known as Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, S.A.
  • Banco de Santander - Banco de Santander is one of the most important bank corporations in Spain.  Provides a wide variety of banking services.

  • Bank Hapolalim - Israel  - Bank Hapoalim is Israel's largest bank, and is the premier force in virtually every area of banking activity. An international presence in major markets contributes to the Bank Hapoalim Group's growing activities in the global arena. 

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