The International Federation of Credit Unions (IFCU) has released its annual list of the world’s largest financial intermediaries, which it said was the most comprehensive list of financial services companies.
The IFCU released the list for the first time on Thursday, a year after the global financial crisis hit.
It includes major international banks, including Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and Credit Suisse.
The list is based on data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and data from Thomson Reuters.
The IFUC estimates that more than 80% of the financial services industry’s revenues come from the payment service, banking and other financial services.
“While this list is still incomplete, it provides a benchmark to measure how much financial intermediation is still happening and what the potential impacts are,” said IFUC president Jim Gorman in a statement.
“It is clear that financial services are still the mainstay of many countries and that a large portion of the money that is sent around the world continues to come from financial intermediates.
This is a stark reality that must be addressed if we are to have a global, global, transparent financial system.”
The IFU is the global body that promotes and supports financial services regulation.
The new list is a snapshot of financial intermediary services and is based solely on data collected from the financial sector from 2013 to 2016.
It does not include the payments and trading industries, or the services of third-party intermediaries.
The global financial services market is estimated to be worth $9.7 trillion (€9.3 trillion) globally.
It is worth an estimated $7.4 trillion ( €7.1 trillion) in the US alone, according to the latest data from BIS World Economics.
It is worth about $1.3 billion (€1.24 billion) per day, or about $2.9 billion per month.
It also does not take into account the amount of money that goes into the country’s local banking system, which is often not included in the IFUC calculations.