The Top 100 Non-Financial Firms Ranked By Foreign Assets 2013

The ING Erasmus Top 100 was published by the Rotterdam School of Management in Dec, 2013. The list comprised of the top 100 non-financial firms ranked by foreign assets.

The top 20 firms from the ranking is shown in the table below:

RankCompanyCountryIndustryForeign Assets in 2013 (USD millions)
1General ElectricUSAConglomerate338,157
2Royal Dutch/ShellUK-NetherlandsOil & Gas307,938
3BPUKOil & Gas270,247
4Toyota MotorJapanAutomotive232,749
5TotalFranceOil & Gas214,328
7Exxon MobilUSAOil & Gas195,046
8GDF SuezFranceElectric Utilities174,911
9ChevronUSAOil & Gas158,865
10CNPCChinaOil & Gas158,775
12ENIItalyOil & Gas132,666
13NestléSwitzerlandConsumer Goods132,501
14E.OnGermanyElectric Utilities128,203
15AB InBevBelgium-BrazilBeverages & Tobacco115,913
16EnelItalyElectric Utilities115,331
19Honda MotorJapanAutomotive110,265

Source: ING Erasmus 100,Rotterdam School of Management, ING Economics Department, December 2013

The U.S. had the most number of firms in the list with 23 firms.The majority of the 100 companies are from the US, Developed Europe and Japan.

It is not surprising to see oil and auto companies top 20 shown above. The full list of rankings can be found in the link above.

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