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  2. Warburg Pincus - Wikipedia

    Warburg Pincus has invested in companies such as [CityMD &!The Summit Medical Group], Harbin Pharmaceutical, NIO, ZTO Express in China and South East Asia, Bharti Telecommunications, Apollo Tyres Ltd, Ecom Express, SBI General Insurance in India, AmRest in Poland and Nuance Communications in the U.S. In 2019, the firm acquired a majority stake ...

  3. EFG Hermes - Wikipedia

    The Investment Banking team has completed some US$53.3 billion in M&A transactions since 1985 while raising more than US$19 million through initial public offerings, rights issues, secondary offerings and private placements in the same period. [citation needed] Research

  4. Big Four (banking) - Wikipedia

    In Australia, the "big four banks" refers to the four largest banks 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.

  5. Lloyds Banking Group - Wikipedia

    Lloyds Banking Group plc is a British financial institution formed through the acquisition of HBOS by Lloyds TSB in 2009. It is one of the UK's largest financial services organisations, with 30 million customers and 65,000 employees.

  6. RBL Bank - Wikipedia

    RBL Bank, formerly known as Ratnakar Bank, is an Indian private sector bank headquartered in Mumbai and founded in 1943. It offers services across six verticals: corporate and institutional banking, commercial banking, branch and business banking, retail assets, development banking and financial inclusion, treasury and financial market operations.

  7. Reliance Capital - Wikipedia

    As on 31 March 2017, the net worth of the company stood at Rs 16,548 crore, while its total assets as on the date stood at Rs 82,209 crore. In Fortune India 500 list of 2018, Reliance Capital was ranked as the 77th largest corporation in India with 5th rank in 'Non-Banking Finance' category.

  8. Bajaj Finserv - Wikipedia

    Bajaj Holdings has been registered as a Non–Banking Financial Company (NBFC) under the Registration No. N–13.01952 dated 29 October 2009 with Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The company is classified as a Systemically Important Non–deposit-taking NBFC as per RBI Regulations.

  9. List of banks in Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

    State Bank of India (SBI) Bank business stopped upon the bank request of license in 2017; T.C.ZIRAAT BANKASI A.S. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) Qatar National Bank (QNB) MUFG Bank, Ltd. First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) Trade bank of Iraq (Licensed - had not yet started as of 16 January 2020)