FinanceMap Banking Analysis

FinanceMap assesses banks on their climate governance, lending and capital markets financing, and policy engagement. The table below summarizes our findings for 30 of the world's largest banks. Click into a bank's profile for in-depth analysis.

Governance, Policy Engagement and Target
Financial InsitutionTotal AssetsPrimary Financing (2020-2022)GovernancePolicy EngagementTarget
Fossil Fuel ExposureParis Alignment
J.P. Morgan$3.67T6.7%-30%DDNet Zero by 2050
Bank of America$3.05T4.5%-29%DD+Net Zero by 2050
Wells Fargo$1.88T8.4%-26%D+D+Net Zero by 2050
Citigroup$2.42T7.8%-29%C+D+Net Zero by 2050
HSBC$2.97T9.2%-23%C+C-Net Zero by 2050
BNP Paribas$2.53T9.5%-25%B-C-Net Zero by 2050
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group$2.9T14.0%-27%DC+Net Zero by 2050
Santander$1.65T9.3%-27%C+C-Net Zero by 2050
Crédit Agricole$2.06T12.2%-25%CD+Net Zero by 2050
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group$2.03T10.8%-24%C-C+Net Zero by 2050
Royal Bank of Canada$1.44T14.5%-27%D+D+Net Zero by 2050
Goldman Sachs$1.44T3.5%-27%DDNet Zero by 2050
TD Bank Group$1.44T18.9%-29%D+C-Net Zero by 2050
Mizuho Financial Group$1.9T10.0%-29%C-C+Net Zero by 2050
Morgan Stanley$1.18T4.2%-34%DD+Net Zero by 2050
Societe Generale$1.41T12.3%-27%B-C-Net Zero by 2050
Deutsche Bank$1.27T3.3%-24%C-C-Net Zero by 2050
Barclays$1.27T6.1%-26%BD+Net Zero by 2050
ING$918B7.2%-33%B-C-Net Zero by 2050
Scotiabank$1.02T18.4%-26%D+C-Net Zero by 2050
Credit Suisse$565B3.7%-31%C+D+Net Zero by 2050
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce$703B22.8%-26%D+CNet Zero by 2050
Bank of Montreal$932B14.1%-26%D+CNet Zero by 2050