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Global Banks' Headquarters Become Less Concentrated

The global banking industry has become more geographically fragmented since 1993. The headquarters of the world's 50 biggest banks are no longer concentrated in Japan, but in China and the United States. While Hong Kong has dropped off the list, Canada, Australia, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, and Brazil have come a long way.

Source: James R. Barth and Apanard (Penny) Prabha Breaking (Banks) Up is Hard to Do: New Perspective on "Too Big To Fail" Milken Institute, February 2013.

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