This page has a list of countries by Bank capital to total assets (%), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Ratio of bank capital and reserves to total assets. Capital and reserves include funds contributed by owners, retained earnings, general and special reserves, provisions, and valuation adjustments. Capital includes tier 1 capital (paid-up shares and common stock), which is a common feature in all countries' banking systems, and total regulatory capital, which includes several specified types of subordinated debt instruments that need not be repaid if the funds are required to maintain minimum capital levels (these comprise tier 2 and tier 3 capital). Total assets include all nonfinancial and financial assets. Reported by IMF staff. Note that due to differences in national accounting, taxation, and supervisory regimes, these data are not strictly comparable across countries.

  • Albania
    10.17 %
  • Argentina
    11.57 %
  • Armenia
    15.71 %
  • Australia
    6.88 %
  • Austria
    7.54 %
  • Azerbaijan
    14.79 %
  • Burundi
    13.12 %
  • Belgium
    7.55 %
  • Bangladesh
    5.43 %
  • Bulgaria
    11.39 %
  • Bahrain
    13.51 %
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    14.01 %
  • Belarus
    14.58 %
  • Bolivia
    7.7 %
  • Brazil
    10.05 %
  • Bhutan
    12.97 %
  • Botswana
    8.44 %
  • Canada
    5.22 %
  • Switzerland
    6.74 %
  • Chile
    8.41 %
  • China
    8.1 %
  • Cameroon
    7.47 %
  • Colombia
    16.08 %
  • Costa Rica
    9.57 %
  • Cyprus
    9.04 %
  • Czech Republic
    6.48 %
  • Germany
    6.33 %
  • Denmark
    6.88 %
  • Dominican Republic
    9.1 %
  • Algeria
    9.84 %
  • Ecuador
    11.66 %
  • Euro area
    7.44 %
  • Spain
    7.62 %
  • Estonia
    12.77 %
  • Finland
    5.63 %
  • Fiji
    8.86 %
  • France
    6.59 %
  • Gabon
    9.41 %
  • United Kingdom
    7.03 %
  • Georgia
    12.82 %
  • Ghana
    13.17 %
  • Greece
    12 %
  • Guatemala
    6.97 %
  • Honduras
    11.01 %
  • Croatia
    14.82 %
  • Indonesia
    15.22 %
  • India
    7.39 %
  • Ireland
    14.35 %
  • Iceland
    21.1 %
  • Israel
    7.4 %
  • Italy
    5.49 %
  • Jordan
    12.7 %
  • Japan
    5.41 %
  • Kazakhstan
    12.46 %
  • Kenya
    15.28 %
  • Kuwait
    11.1 %
  • Sri Lanka
    8.42 %
  • Lesotho
    13.48 %
  • Lithuania
    10.42 %
  • Luxembourg
    8.35 %
  • Latvia
    11.26 %
  • Moldova
    17.1 %
  • Madagascar
    10.37 %
  • Maldives
    24.15 %
  • Mexico
    10.4 %
  • Malta
    8.61 %
  • Mozambique
    9.3 %
  • Mauritania
    13.7 %
  • Mauritius
    10.08 %
  • Malaysia
    11.24 %
  • Namibia
    11.05 %
  • Nigeria
    11.37 %
  • Netherlands
    6.08 %
  • New Zealand
    7.3 %
  • Oman
    13.36 %
  • Pakistan
    7.8 %
  • Panama
    12.48 %
  • Peru
    12.08 %
  • Philippines
    10.02 %
  • Poland
    9.51 %
  • Portugal
    8.42 %
  • Paraguay
    8.16 %
  • Romania
    8.89 %
  • Rwanda
    14.44 %
  • South Asia
    8.15 %
  • Saudi Arabia
    15.42 %
  • Senegal
    8.5 %
  • Singapore
    9.18 %
  • Sierra Leone
    12.32 %
  • El Salvador
    13.32 %
  • Serbia
    20.3 %
  • Sweden
    6.13 %
  • Swaziland
    13.45 %
  • Seychelles
    11.88 %
  • Thailand
    10.73 %
  • Tajikistan
    12.87 %
  • Tunisia
    7.8 %
  • Turkey
    10.72 %
  • Tanzania
    12.26 %
  • Uganda
    13.81 %
  • Ukraine
    11.9 %
  • Uruguay
    9.17 %
  • United States
    11.65 %
  • Uzbekistan
    10.68 %
  • Vietnam
    8.26 %
  • World
    10.31 %
  • Samoa
    15.77 %
  • South Africa
    8.2 %
  • Zambia
    12.09 %
  • Guinea
    11.86 %
  • Cambodia
    13.97 %
  • Nepal
    11.73 %
  • Solomon Islands
    16.26 %
  • Tonga
    19.99 %
  • Trinidad and Tobago
    13.21 %
  • Vanuatu
    10.26 %