The biggest banks of India are likely to emerge as the best performers in the first commercial banking survey, according to a survey conducted by global investment bank Nomura and commercial bank SBI.
Nomura’s survey, published on Tuesday, has more than 40,000 respondents from around the world.
The survey also included the top 10 bank brands and bank types in the Indian market.
The results of the survey reveal that the top three banks of the country are UBS, JPMorgan Chase and HSBC.
UBS is the best performing bank in India.
The results were based on a survey of 8,500 people from more than 50 countries, the survey said.
“We have witnessed a significant increase in the number of Indian banks and this indicates the market is more open to growth.
We expect this to continue for a while,” said Ashok Narayan, director, Nomura Commercial Bank Research.
According to the survey, the top five banks of 2017 were UBS (10th), JPMorgan Chase (11th) and HSBC (12th).
These five banks are all among the top 20 banks in India, according the survey.
The bank has seen a massive turnaround in recent years, with its net profits rising to $1.4 trillion in 2016.
The survey also revealed that UBS had the highest share of the Indian banking market.
This is the third consecutive year that Ubs has topped the list of the top bank brands.
The top five bank brands of India include UBS India, HSBC India, UBS UK and Citibank.
The banks’ share of India’s banking market rose to 22.4% in 2016 from 19.6% in 2015.
The top five banking brands of 2017 are: UBS Australia, HSBC Canada, U.S. Banks and Citigroup, according Nomura.”UBS India is the largest bank in the country.
The new UBS headquarters will be the most significant project in India’s history and is a reflection of the bank’s ambitious growth plans.
HSBC Canada and UBS United Kingdom are also among the banks to see major expansion.
The three banks are set to expand significantly over the next five years,” the report said.
It also said the top six bank brands are: JPMorgan, Bank of America, Credit Suisse, Credit Agricole and Barclays.
U.K.-based Barclays is likely to remain at the top for some time as the company is a big buyer of the foreign exchange market.
In a bid to get its foot in the door, Ubs is also looking to expand its presence in the banking market through its Indian subsidiary, Nomira, and its overseas operations, the report added.
The Indian banking industry is a lucrative market for the banks.
In fact, a recent study by the World Bank said India had the world’s third largest market for commercial banking, behind the United States and China.
“The banking sector in India has been growing rapidly.
The sector is witnessing strong growth and is expected to grow to the next 50% in 2020,” said Rajeev Gupta, director general, Nomuras India Banking Group.
“This growth is expected in tandem with an increase in remittances, a sector which is the main driver of growth in the economy.”