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The Big Four is the colloquial name for the four main banks in several countries, where the banking industry is dominated by just four institutions and where the phrase has gained currency.

In Australia , the "big four banks" refers to the four largest banks [3] by market share, who between them hold 80% of the home loan markets in the country. In 2012, their combined total asset is A$ 2.66 trillion, which is about 200% of Australian GDP in 2011. In order of total assets, these are:

A longstanding policy of the federal government in Australia has been to maintain this status quo , called the " four pillars policy ". The policy has been maintained through the Global Recession of 2008–09, as Westpac acquired St.George Bank and the Commonwealth Bank acquired Bankwest , reinforcing the special status of the "big four".

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The Big Four is the colloquial name for the four main banks in several countries, where the banking industry is dominated by just four institutions and where the phrase has gained currency.

In Australia , the "big four banks" refers to the four largest banks [3] by market share, who between them hold 80% of the home loan markets in the country. In 2012, their combined total asset is A$ 2.66 trillion, which is about 200% of Australian GDP in 2011. In order of total assets, these are:

A longstanding policy of the federal government in Australia has been to maintain this status quo , called the " four pillars policy ". The policy has been maintained through the Global Recession of 2008–09, as Westpac acquired St.George Bank and the Commonwealth Bank acquired Bankwest , reinforcing the special status of the "big four".

The latest news report, the panel of pundits, this think-tank, those industry analysts. You’ve seen them. On TV, in the paper, with their blogs. They point to tough times for Canada’s economy and tougher times for the financial sector.

You can’t fault them for the negative outlook. There’s a lot to be nervous about these days, even for financial institutions. The volatility of the loonie. An at-best tepid economy. Bearish markets. Overseas uncertainties. Historically low margins. Add to that the emergence of market-grabbing fintechs, fast multiplying regulatory demands, and rapidly changing consumer expectations. It’s enough to make any banker want to stay in bed and wish it all away.

But the true challenge for First West, if we’re completely honest, isn’t so much our circumstances or the pressures we face that are beyond our control but rather how we elevate ourselves above the noise and circumstance to see clearly enough to respond to these things.

Greek banks with a significant presence domestically and overseas with large assets under management, listed in alphabetical order. [24] [25]

See Building Society for list of current building societies. In particular, Nationwide Building Society would be included in the top 10 largest UK retail banks if demutualised.

An extensive list of British banks can be found in Wellings and Gibb, Bibliography of Banking Histories Vol. I: Domestic Banks (1995) ISBN 0 9526727 0 7