Banks going international

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Large European banks are more international than their U.S. counterparts, even when not counting intra-EU business. Recent research compares the 60 largest of the world and finds that European banks have 50% of their business outside their home country, half of which is outside the EU.

Banks in the Americas and in the Asian-Pacific region, on the other hand, have less than a quarter of their business abroad. One reason for the lower international business share of U.S. banks might be the large home market, which reduces the appetite to look for opportunities abroad.

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