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Top 12 refers to financial conglomerates (see Table 5). (**) Total assets include only private banks. 2, Grubel’s theory of internalisation does not apply to the recent wave of multinational bank expansion into retail banking markets in emerging countries. Indeed, this is the case of the European banks – BSCH, BBVA, HSBC and ABN-Amro – that expanded to Brazil during the nineties by buying local retail banks, since most of their customers are Brazilian, that is, they do not have any previous connection with parents’ firms from the same native country of the banking group.
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