Top 100 Global Companies

The following are some of the world’s biggest and most influential companies.  From large banking institutions such as JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, to the big oil corporations such as ExxonMobil and Shell, passing by various other sectors such as Retailing with the Wal-Mart Stores or Telecommunications Services with AT&T.

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  1. JPMorgan Chase, United States, Banking
  2. General Electric, United States, Conglomerates
  3. Bank of America, United States, Banking
  4. ExxonMobil, United States, Oil & Gas Operations
  5. ICBC, China, Banking
  6. Banco Santander, Spain, Banking
  7. Wells Fargo, United States, Banking
  8. HSBC Holdings, United Kingdom, Banking
  9. Royal Dutch Shell, Netherlands, Oil & Gas Operations
  10. BP, United Kingdom, Oil & Gas Operations
  11. BNP Paribas, France, Banking
  12. PetroChina, China, Oil & Gas Operations
  13. AT&T, United States, Telecommunications Services
  14. Wal-Mart Stores, United States, Retailing
  15. Berkshire Hathaway, United States, Diversified Financials
  16. Gazprom, Russia, Oil & Gas Operations
  17. China Construction Bank, China, Banking
  18. Petrobras-Petroleo Brasil, Brazil, Oil & Gas Operations
  19. Total, France, Oil & Gas Operations
  20. Chevron, United States, Oil & Gas Operations
  21. Barclays, United Kingdom, Banking
  22. Bank of China, China, Banking
  23. Allianz, Germany, Insurance
  24. GDF Suez, France, Utilities
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  26. Goldman Sachs Group, United States, Diversified Financials
  27. EDF Group, France, Utilities
  28. AXA Group, France, Insurance
  29. Lloyds Banking Group, United Kingdom, Banking
  30. Procter & Gamble, United States, Household & Personal Products
  31. ENI, Italy, Oil & Gas Operations
  32. Telefonica, Spain, Telecommunications Services
  33. IBM, United States, Software & Services
  34. UniCredit Group, Italy, Banking
  35. Hewlett-Packard, United States, Technology Hardware & Equip
  36. Nestle, Switzerland, Food, Drink & Tobacco
  37. Verizon Communications, United States, Telecommunications Services
  38. China Mobile, Hong Kong/China, Telecommunications Services
  39. ConocoPhillips, United States, Oil & Gas Operations
  40. Pfizer, United States, Drugs & Biotechnology
  41. Nippon Telegraph & Tel, Japan, Telecommunications Services
  42. ENEL, Italy, Utilities
  43. Deutsche Bank, Germany, Banking
  44. Credit Suisse Group, Switzerland, Diversified Financials
  45. Sinopec-China Petroleum, China, Oil & Gas Operations
  46. Vodafone, United Kingdom, Telecommunications Services
  47. Johnson & Johnson, United States, Drugs & Biotechnology
  48. BBVA-Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, Spain, Banking
  49. Microsoft, United States, Software & Services
  50. Siemens, Germany, Conglomerates
  51. Banco Bradesco, Brazil, Banking
  52. Banco do Brasil, Brazil, Banking
  53. Royal Bank of Canada, Canada, Banking
  54. Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy, Banking
  55. Samsung Electronics, South Korea, Semiconductors
  56. France Telecom, France, Telecommunications Services
  57. Sanofi-aventis, France, Drugs & Biotechnology
  58. Ford Motor, United States, Consumer Durables
  59. Commonwealth Bank, Australia, Banking
  60. RWE Group, Germany, Utilities
  61. Novartis, Switzerland, Drugs & Biotechnology
  62. BHP Billiton, Australia/United Kingdom, Materials
  63. Zurich Financial Services, Switzerland, Insurance
  64. Statoil, Norway, Oil & Gas Operations
  65. Generali Group, Italy, Insurance
  66. Roche Holding, Switzerland, Drugs & Biotechnology
  67. Westpac Banking Group, Australia, Banking
  68. Rio Tinto, United Kingdom/Australia, Materials
  69. Lukoil, Russia, Oil & Gas Operations
  70. Anheuser-Busch InBev, Belgium, Food, Drink & Tobacco
  71. GlaxoSmithKline, United Kingdom, Drugs & Biotechnology
  72. Merck & Co, United States, Drugs & Biotechnology
  73. Credit Agricole, France, Banking
  74. Munich Re, Germany, Insurance
  75. Apple, United States, Technology Hardware & Equip
  76. Cisco Systems, United States, Technology Hardware & Equip
  77. Rosneft, Russia, Oil & Gas Operations
  78. Mitsubishi Corp, Japan, Trading Companies
  79. National Australia Bank, Australia, Banking
  80. Vale, Brazil, Materials
  81. CVS Caremark, United States, Retailing
  82. Itausa, Brazil, Conglomerates
  83. ANZ Banking, Australia, Banking
  84. Tesco, United Kingdom, Food Markets
  85. Unilever, Netherlands/United Kingdom, Food, Drink & Tobacco
  86. Honda Motor, Japan, Consumer Durables
  87. Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canada, Banking
  88. Iberdrola, Spain, Utilities
  89. Comcast, United States, Media
  90. China Life Insurance, China, Insurance
  91. Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada, Banking
  92. UnitedHealth Group, United States, Health Care Equipment & Svcs
  93. Sberbank, Russia, Banking
  94. United Technologies, United States, Conglomerates
  95. Nordea Bank, Sweden, Banking
  96. Bank of Communications, China, Banking
  97. BASF, Germany, Chemicals
  98. Walt Disney, United States, Media
  99. Standard Chartered Group, United Kingdom, Banking
  100. AstraZeneca, United Kingdom, Drugs & Biotechnology