Banco Santander headquarters in Santander
Banco Santander headquarters in Santander

This article lists the largest companies in Spain in terms of their revenue, net profit and total assets, according to the American business magazines Fortune and Forbes.

2019 Fortune list

This list displays all 9 Spanish companies in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks the world's largest companies by annual revenue. The figures below are given in millions of US dollars and are for the fiscal year 2018.[1] Also listed are the headquarters location, net profit, number of employees worldwide and industry sector of each company.

Rank Fortune 500
rank
Name Industry Revenue
(USD millions)
Profits
(USD millions)
Employees Headquarters
1 85 Banco Santander Banking 90,531 9,217 194,015 Santander
2 176 Telefónica Telecommunications 57,466 3,931 120,138 Madrid
3 200 Repsol Oil and Gas 53,176 2,762 22,735 Madrid
4 234 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria Banking 47,608 6,283 125,627 Bilbao
5 272 ACS Group Construction 43,263 1,080 195,461 Madrid
6 292 Iberdrola Electric utility 41,395 3,557 33,216 Bilbao
7 406 Inditex Retail 30,686 4,042 174,386 Arteixo
8 430 Naturgy Electric utility 29,123 −3,330 13,945 Madrid
9 452 Mapfre Insurance 27,423 624 76,913 Majadahonda

2019 Forbes list

This list is based on the Forbes Global 2000, which ranks the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies. The Forbes list takes into account a multitude of factors, including the revenue, net profit, total assets and market value of each company; each factor is given a weighted rank in terms of importance when considering the overall ranking. The table below also lists the headquarters location and industry sector of each company. The figures are in USD billions and are for the year 2019. All 21 companies from Spain are listed.[2]

Rank Forbes
2000 rank
Name Headquarters Revenue
(billions
US$)
Profit
(billions
US$)
Assets
(billions
US$)
Value
(billions
US$)
Industry
1 30 Banco Santander Santander 89.5 9.2 1,668.2 84.1 Banking
2 135 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria Bilbao 28.3 5.5 773.6 41.6 Banking
3 141 Telefónica Madrid 57.7 3.7 130.4 43.3 Telecommunications
4 145 Iberdrola Bilbao 41.4 3.6 129.2 55.7 Electric utility
5 236 Repsol Madrid 58.8 2.7 69.5 26.0 Oil & Gas
6 343 CaixaBank Valencia 12.4 2.3 442.0 19.9 Banking
7 489 ACS Group Madrid 43.2 1.1 39.2 14.1 Construction
8 646 Mapfre Majadahonda 25.2 0.6 70.2 9.2 Insurance
9 651 Naturgy Barcelona 28.7 −3.4 46.4 27.5 Electric utility
10 869 Aena Madrid 5.0 1.6 17.0 26.8 Aviation
11 943 Bankia Valencia 4.3 0.8 234.6 8.3 Banking
12 951 Amadeus IT Group Madrid 5.8 1.2 11.7 33.3 Travel technology
13 1112 Banco de Sabadell Sabadell 7.8 0.4 254.1 6.4 Banking
14 1127 Bankinter Madrid 2.6 0.6 87.5 7.4 Banking
15 1129 Grifols Barcelona 5.3 0.7 14.3 18.5 Pharmaceuticals
16 1133 Ferrovial Madrid 6.8 −0.6 28.0 17.3 Transportation
17 1388 Red Eléctrica de España Alcobendas 2.3 0.8 13.0 11.1 Electric utility
18 1647 Merlin Properties Madrid 0.6 1.0 14.4 6.3 Real estate
19 1653 Acciona Alcobendas 8.9 0.4 17.1 6.0 Construction
20 1681 Unicaja Málaga 2.0 0.2 65.7 1.8 Banking
21 1812 Liberbank Madrid 0.9 0.1 45.5 1.4 Banking

2019 El Economista national list

El Economista is the biggest financial newspaper based in Spain. The list is ordered by the national (only national) income based on the annual updated list comprised by 500.000 different Spanish companies.[3]

Rank Name Headquarters Revenue
(EUR)
Year
1 Mercadona Valencia, Spain 22.255.771.000 2019
2 Repsol Madrid, Spain 22.083.226.000 2019
3 Cepsa Madrid, Spain 19.459.898.000 2019
4 Cepsa Trading Madrid, Spain 17.896.339.000 2019
5 Inditex Coruña, Spain 16.692.000.000 2019
6 Repsol Comercial Madrid, Spain 15.897.106.000 2019
7 Endesa Madrid, Spain 12.499.498.000 2019
8 SEAT Barcelona, Spain 9.991.000.000 2019
9 Repsol Trading Madrid, Spain 9.920.918.000 2019
10 Loterías y Apuestas del Estado Madrid, Spain 9.000.926.000 2019

See also

References

  1. ^ "Global 500". Fortune. Archived from the original on 2019-08-07. Retrieved 2019-07-25.
  2. ^ "The World's Largest Public Companies". Forbes. Archived from the original on 2019-10-02. Retrieved 2019-07-25.
  3. ^ "Ranking de empresas Nacional | Ranking Empresas". Archived from the original on 2020-10-30. Retrieved 2020-01-29.