Total assets of banking system in the United Kingdom (UK) 2014, by bank type

This statistic shows the distribution of total assets within the whole banking system on the United Kingdom (UK) market as of 2014. Total assets is one of the main measures of a bank's prosperity, and is defined as all assets owned by a bank. This includes, but is not limited to; cash and balances, loans and advances to banks and customers, as well as debt securities. Data from 2014 showed the distribution of assets by various types of banks, including i.e. the major international United Kingdom banks (so-called "big four", including Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and The Royal Bank of Scotland Group), which accounted for 3.6 trillion British pounds in assets on the market. Figures also included the leading investment banks worldwide (such as i.e. Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley or Citigroup). The largest investment banks globally accounted for the second share in total assets in the ranking, coming up to just over 1.7 trillion British pounds on the British market.

Distribution of assets in the United Kingdom (UK) banking system as of 2014

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Release date

July 2016


United Kingdom

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