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Among the top seven are the Spanish BBVA Bancomer and Santander, the Mexican Banorte and Inbursa, America Banamex (controlled by Citigroup since 2001) HSBC and the Canadian Scotiabank. 13 trillion ($398,3 billion) in consolidated net worth, 78. 4 per cent of the entire MXN6 of the domestic banking system. With MXN1, BBVA Bancomer is the biggest provider.
8 percent (MXN1. Seventeen, $90. 9bn), Santander 15. 7 percent (MXN806. $62. 6bn), Banorte 14. 9 percent (MXN768. to 8.8, $59. to 7), HSCB 9.9 percent (MXN510. to 8, $39. to 6), Inbursa 4.9 percent (MXN253. to 69, $19. to 7) and Scotiabank 4.7 percent (MXN242. to 02, $18.8). 03 trillion ($235.4 billion) in 2013, and the focus was even higher than for asset values at 84.
The seven largest banking institutions in the Principality owned 8% of the number. BBVA Bancomer and Banamex were the leading asset managers with 23.5% and 16% respectively, followed by Banorte (14%), Santander (13%), HSCB (6.8%), Inbursa to 6.5% and Scotiabank (4.9%). Inhabitants were the highest rate of 78% at the Deutsche Bundesbank, while Scotiabank (61%), Banorte (55%) and BBVA Bancomer (52%) were also above the top seven as well.
The HSBC had the smallest share with 40%, and Banamex (41%) and Santander (49%) were also below the group averages. 8 per cent of the overall loan volume, the concentrations of business loans (82.2 per cent) and loans to consumers (83.9 per cent) were lower, while they were significantly higher in the residential sector (94.9 per cent). The BBVA Bancomer was the leading player in the three business units.
At 20.1%, the commodity loan portfolios had a significant slice of the overall loan book. Banorte, the second biggest, had 15. Scotiabank was the top seven institution with the smallest percentage, with 3.5%, which was even lower than a previous institution that was not among the top seven, Banco de Bajío with 4.3%. BBVA Bancomer had a 27.9% stake on the consumers' side, while Banamex had 24.
Seven percent and Santander 10.3 percent. It was the only sector in which 50% of the total banking volume was owned by only two financial institutions. The Banco Azteca, which is not among the top 7, had a 6.4% slice of the pie, 5.9% via HSBC, 2.4% via Inbursa and 3.9% via Scotiabank. The BBVA Bancomer stake in the mortgage loans was 30.
At 0.24%, the smallest proportion was accounted for by In-bursa. Banco Azteca, which ranks eleventh in terms of asset value, had the highest proportion in the private loans sector at 24. 4% and Banco Ahorro Famsa, the 27th biggest by asset value, had a 8%hare. Volkswagen Bank ranked fifth in the automotive sector with a 5 th overall sales volume.
6%, although it's only the thirty-sixth biggest in asset value. It is a heavily focused business and BBVA Bancomer alone was in charge of 39% of the credit. Including Scotiabank (17%), Inbursa (15%), Banorte (15%) and Volkswagen Bank, 92% of all car credits are accounted for by the five. The Banco Interacciones, which was the 9th biggest in balance sheet value, took third place in the sector of credits to governments with a 11.8%hare.
MXN3 was the aggregate amount of client money (including current and non-current savings, bonds and loans). While the Group had 90% of short-term deposit and the highest proportion was BBVA Bancomer (26%), Inbursa had the lower proportion (3%). At 77%, the concentrations of long-term investments were not so high, Banorte at 18% and Inbursa at 2.7%.
Eight trns ($7,36 trns) out of a grand total XN107. The BBVA Bancomer presented the highest value at the MXN30. 8 percent of the overall amount, and HSBC had the lowes at MXN2. The industry's overall net income increased by 23% in 2013. At 189, the highest percentage of sales was achieved by In-bursa. 2%, while HSBC and Scotiabank recorded decreases of 46% and 28%, respectively.
8 trillion ($916.8 billion) of overall net income and only 3.9% of net worth, Inbursa had the highest ROA at 4.75%, followed by BBVA Bancomer (2.4%) and Santander (2.3%). Banorte's Quote betrug 1,62%, Banamex 1,42%, Scotiabank 1,2% et HSBC 0,4%.
The BBVA Bancomer achieved a ROE of 24. 5%, Inbursa 21. 1%, Santander 18. 7 percent and Banorte 16.5 percent. Banamex with 12%, Scotiabank with 9.1% and HSBC with 4.5%, however, were all below averages. INBURA came fifth in net income in total numbers, but had the highest ROA and the second highest ROE.
The BBVA Bancomer had the highest net income in absolute terms, the highest ROE and the second highest ROA. The HSBC had the worst performing of the seven leading net performers, ROA and ROE. Whilst ROA in the sectors rose by 17% between 2012 and 2013, HSBC's ROA fell by 46% and Scotiabank's by 35%.
At 171%, Inbursa recorded the highest rate of in-crease. HSBC, Scotiabank and Banorte saw their return on equity decline by 54%, 32% and 3% respectively. Inbursa also showed the best result with an 167% rise in return on equity. Aggregate capitalization index (índice de capitalsización, ICAP), share capitals index (índice de capacidades biásicas, ICB) and share capitals index 1 (ICB1) were higher for the whole industry than for the seven leading institutions.
Inbursa was the leading institution with higher odds in all three indices, while Scotiabank had the lower ICAP with 12.3%. Banorte, BBVA Bancomer and HSBC, in particular, all recorded an increase in their indices, while the other four showed declines.