2019 Integrated Report

BNP Paribas: a leader in the eurozone and a key international banking group

BNP Paribas: a leader in the eurozone and a key international banking group


Thanks to its international presence and regular and close collaboration among its businesses, the Group has the resources to support all clients— individuals, entrepreneurs, SMEs, large corporates, institutional investors and community organisations— with financing, investment, savings and protection solutions that help make their projects a success.

BNP Paribas holds key positions in its three core operating divisions: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services for retail banking and specialised financial services, and Corporate & Institutional Banking for corporate and institutional clients.

198,816  employees

in 71 countries and territories

  • 13,995 employees in North America
  • 357,233 employees in France
  • 18,379 employees in Italy
  • 13,586 employees in Belgium
  • 3,659 employees in Luxembourg (excluding the four domestic markets(2))
  • 10,052 employees in Africa
  • 517 employees in the Middle East
  • 18,676 employees in Asia-Pacific

€44.6bn Revenues 

€8.2bn Net income Group share 

12.1% CET1(1) Ratio 

€309bn Liquidity reserve 

€414bn loans granted by Domestic Markets 

€186bn loans granted by International Financial Services 

€146bn loans granted by Corporate Banking (Corporate & Institutional Banking) 

€180bn corporate financing contributing to the energy transition and to sectors considered as contributing directly to the achievement of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 

No.1 World’s Best Bank for Corporate Responsibility (Euromoney, 2019) 

13.6 million digital customers(3) out of nearly 

33 million customers in the Group’s retail-banking networks worldwide 

(1) Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1). Solvency ratio. Capital Requirements Directive (CRD4).

(2) France, Belgium, Italy and Luxembourg.

(3) Active customers having made at least one connection per month within the following categories: individual, professional and Wealth Management/Private Banking customers in the Domestic Markets retail-banking networks, customers of the international retail networks (Europe-Mediterranean and BancWest) and customers of digital banks (including in Germany, in Austria and Nickel).

Figures as at 31/12/2019. Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) workforce.