It’s a question that will likely be asked again and again as we learn more about the extent of Chinese financial institutions’ influence in the United States.
The latest data from the U.S. Office of Government Ethics shows that the Chinese government’s largest banks have a combined total of $10.7 trillion in assets.
They are the largest banks in the world and account for nearly half of the U and S banking system’s total assets.
That includes $2.9 trillion in foreign assets and $2 trillion in domestic assets.
But that’s not all.
The bank holdings of other foreign governments are much larger.
The Bank of China has a combined $5.9 billion in assets, while the Bank of England, which has more than $8 trillion in liabilities, has a total of just $1.8 trillion.
And the Bank for International Settlements, which holds trillions in assets worldwide, holds $1 trillion in Chinese assets.
The top five banks in terms of assets and liabilities are all in China.
The U.K. is the only country that has a smaller share of the Chinese banks total.
The U. S. is home to three of the top five Chinese banks.
These include Citigroup, HSBC, and Royal Bank of Scotland.
The third largest bank is the People’s Bank of Chinese Commerce.
The other top five are UBS, Banco Delta Asia, Nomura, Deutsche Bank, and Bank of America.
In fact, the top four banks in total have a total assets of $11.5 trillion.
This includes all foreign and domestic assets and all foreign currencies.
This is a far cry from the $8.9 Trillion that the U S. holds.
What makes it so different is that the banks are mostly owned by the Chinese Communist Party, and have close ties to the government.
There are only four banks that are owned by individuals.
All of the other top six banks are owned entirely by Chinese individuals, with just one owning less than $1 million.
This means that the bottom half of Chinese banks hold $1 in total.
The Chinese government owns the largest share of all banks in China, holding $1,974 billion.
That’s just over 10% of the total.
But that number is dwarfed by the size of the largest bank in the US.
It has $2,569 billion in total assets, including $1 billion in foreign currency.
The next largest bank, Deutsche Asset Management, is owned by a small number of people who hold about $1billion in total wealth.
The other three are all privately held companies with assets of less than half a billion.
The bank holding in the middle, Morgan Stanley, holds just $500 million.
The next largest is Wells Fargo, owned by an investor who has a personal stake in at least $500,000 of the bank’s assets.
All four other banks hold less than 1% of their total assets in private companies.
The bottom two banks, HSBC and Banco Nacional, have less than a quarter of the overall total assets held by the top three.
HSBC is owned mostly by foreigners, while Banco National is owned mainly by American corporations.
The remaining two banks are private.
The top two banks have $1 to $5 trillion in combined assets.
It’s important to note that this is a snapshot of a country that’s known for its opaque financial system, but one that is heavily dependent on foreign banks for financial services.
In a world where the U, S., and China are all major financial players, this is the result of the relationship between the two.
And it highlights the fact that a large chunk of China’s wealth is concentrated in the hands of a small group of private Chinese individuals and institutions.
This story has been updated to clarify the total value of all foreign assets held in China by the banks.