The G20 has released the list of 29 banks that can not go under without the risk of causing a global financial meltdown. Here they are (with the respective number of their assets):

 
USA
JPMorgan: US$2.3Trillion
Bank of America: US$2.2Trillion
Citigroup: US$1.9Trillion
Wells Fargo: US$1.3Trillion
Goldman Sachs: US$937Billion
Morgan Stanley: US$831Billion
BNY Mellon: US$322Billion
State Street: US$208Billion
UK
HSBC: US$2.7Trillion
RBS: US$1.6Trillion
Barclays: US$1.5Trillion
Lloyds TSB: US$979Billion 

France
BNP Paribas: US$1.9Trillion

Credit Agricole: US$1.6Trillion
Societe Generale: US$1.2Trillion
Banque Populaire: US$407Billion
Germany
Deutsche Bank: US$2.3Trillion
Commerzbank: US$738Billion

Italy
Unicredit: US$1.3Trillion

Switzerland
UBS: US$1.4Trillion
Credit Suisse: US$1.1Trillion

Belgium
Dexia: US$518Billion

Netherlands
ING: US$1.3Trillion

Spain
Santander: US$1.3Trillion

Sweden
Nordea: US$924Billion

Japan
Mitsubishi UFJ: US$206Billion
Mizuho: US$156Billion
Sumitomo Mitsui: US$133Billion

China
Bank of China: US$11.5Trillion
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