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2017 Trillion Dollar Club

What does it take to be The Trillion Dollar Club? Who qualifies to be in the Trillion Dollar Club?  At least one trillion dollar.

54 members have at least a trillion dollar of AUM / Assets / GDP “

54 members qualified for the 2017 Trillion Dollar Club, having at least a trillion dollar of AUM / Assets / GDP.

  • 2 Sovereign Wealth Fund / Pension Funds have at least $1 trillion AUM
  • 13 Asset / Fund Management Firms have at least $1 trillion AUM
  • 24 Banks have at least $1 trillion asset
  • 15 Countries have at least $1 trillion dollar GDP


The Top 10 Trillion Dollar Club List

RankNameTypeValue (USD)
1United StatesCountry$18.0 Trillion
2ChinaCountry$11.0 Trillion
3Blackrock Investment ManagementAsset Mgmt$5.4 Trillion
4JapanCountry$4.3 Trillion
5VanguardAsset Mgmt$4.2 Trillion
6Industrial & Commercial Bank of ChinaBank$3.6 Trillion
7GermanyCountry$3.3 Trillion
8China Construction BankBank$3.1 Trillion
9Agricultural Bank of ChinaBank$2.9 Trillion
10United KingdomCountry$2.8 Trillion
10Social Security Trust FundSWF / Pension Fund$2.8 Trillion
Total (11)$61.4 Trillion


Out of the 54 members in the club, $2.8 trillion is the minimum amount to be on the top 10 list.  There are 4 countries on this list, 3 banks, 2 asset management firms and 1 SWF / Pension Fund on this list.

” $2.8 trillion is the minimum amount to be on the top 10 list “

Combined, the assets add up to $61.4 trillion with United States, China and Blackrock Investment Management rounding up the top 3.


Sovereign Wealth Funds / Pension Funds

RankSovereign Wealth Funds / Pension FundsCountryAUM (USD)
1Social Security Trust FundUnited States$2.8 Trillion
2Government Pension Investment FundJapan$1.3 Trillion
Total$4.1 Trillion


2 Sovereign Wealth Funds / Pension funds made it to the trillion dollar club.  From United States and Japan, they have a combined AUM of $4.1 trillion.


Asset / Fund Management

RankAsset / Fund ManagementCountryAUM (USD)
1Blackrock Investment ManagementUnited States$5.4 Trillion
2VanguardUnited States$4.2 Trillion
3State Street Global AdvisorsUnited States$2.56 Trillion
4Fidelity InvestmentsUnited States$2.2 Trillion
5JP Morgan Asset ManagementUnited States$1.8 Trillion
6BNY Mellon Investment ManagementUnited States$1.7 Trillion
7PIMCO Investment ManagementUnited States$1.5 Trillion
8Amundi Asset ManagementFrance$1.4 Trillion
9Capital GroupUnited States$1.4 Trillion
10Prudential FinancialUnited States$1.2 Trillion
11Legal & GeneralUnited Kingdom$1.1 Trillion
12Wellington ManagementUnited States$1 Trillion
13Northern TrustUnited States$1 Trillion
Total$26.46 Trillion


” 13 Asset & Fund Management firms have at least $1 trillion AUM “

13 Asset & Fund Management firms made the trillion dollar club list with at least $1 trillion AUM, and a total of $26.46 trillion.  Only 2 of the firms are from outside United States, in France and United Kingdom.



RankBanksCountryAssets (USD)
1Industrial & Commercial Bank of ChinaChina$3.6 Trillion
2China Construction BankChina$3.1 Trillion
3Agricultural Bank of ChinaChina$2.9 Trillion
4Bank of ChinaChina$2.7 Trillion
5Mitsubishi UFJ FinancialJapan$2.7 Trillion
6JPMorgan ChaseUnited States$2.5 Trillion
7HSBCUnited Kingdom$2.4 Trillion
8BNP ParibasFrance$2.3 Trillion
9Bank of AmericaUnited States$2.2 Trillion
10Wells FargoUnited States$1.9 Trillion
11Japan Post BankJapan$1.8 Trillion
12Credit AgricoleFrance$1.8 Trillion
13China Development BankChina$1.8 Trillion
14CitigroupUnited States$1.8 Trillion
15Mizuho Financial GroupJapan$1.7 Trillion
16Sumitomo Mitsui Financial GroupJapan$1.7 Trillion
17Deutsche BankGermany$1.7 Trillion
18BarclaysUnited Kingdom$1.5 Trillion
19Societe GeneraleFrance$1.4 Trillion
20Banco SantanderSpain$1.4 Trillion
21Groupe BPCEFrance$1.3 Trillion
22Bank of CommunicationsChina$1.2 Trillion
23Postal Savings Bank of ChinaChina$1.2 Trillion
24Lloyds Banking GroupUnited Kingdom$1.0 Trillion
 Total$47.6 Trillion


” 24 banks have more than $1 trillion asset “

24 banks have more than $1 trillion asset.  All the banks come from the top 15 economies (GDP) in the world, with a combined $47.6 trillion or 64.15% of GDP (2015).



RankCountry2015 GDP (USD)
1United States$18.0 Trillion
2China$11.0 Trillion
3Japan$4.3 Trillion
4Germany$3.3 Trillion
5United Kingdom$2.8 Trillion
6France$2.4 Trillion
7India$2.0 Trillion
8Italy$1.8 Trillion
9Brazil$1.8 Trillion
10Canada$1.5 Trillion
11Korea$1.3 Trillion
12Russia$1.3 Trillion
13Australia$1.3 Trillion
14Spain$1.1 Trillion
15Mexico$1.1 Trillion
Total$55 Trillion


” 15 countries have a GDP (2015) of more than $1 trillion “

15 countries have a GDP (2015) of more than $1 trillion.  They total $55 trillion of global GDP (2015) or 74.12% of global GDP (2015).  The GDP for 2015 is $74.20 trillion.

Source: Refer to Caproasia Institute



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