List of largest banks in the United States

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The following table lists the 100 largest bank holding companies in the United States ranked by total assets of September 30th, 2020 per the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council; their market capitalization is also shown. This list does not include some large commercial banks, which are not holding companies.

As of June 2020, there were 4,430 commercial banks and 636 savings institutions in the U.S. insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation with US$21.1 trillion in assets.[1]

Rank Bank name Headquarters location Total assets
(billions of US$)[2]
Market capitalization
(billions of US$)[3]
1 JPMorgan Chase New York City, New York $3,246 $401.24
2 Bank of America Charlotte, North Carolina $2,738 $267.66
3 Citigroup New York City, New York $2,234 $126.81
4 Wells Fargo San Francisco, California $1,992 $130.04
5 Goldman Sachs New York City, New York $1,132 $96.95
6 Morgan Stanley New York City, New York $955 $128.81
7 U.S. Bancorp Minneapolis, Minnesota $540 $68.08
8 Truist Financial Charlotte, North Carolina $499 $67.77
9 TD Bank, N.A. Wilmington, Delaware $488 $105.70
10 PNC Financial Services Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania $461 $62.78
11 The Bank of New York Mellon New York City, New York $428 $36.66
12 Capital One McLean, Virginia $421 $45.71
13 Charles Schwab Corporation San Francisco, California $419 $105.62
14 TIAA New York City, New York $321 N/A
15 State Street Corporation Boston, Massachusetts $272 $25.65
16 HSBC Bank USA New York City, New York $264 N/A
17 Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati, Ohio $201 $21.21
18 USAA San Antonio, Texas $193 N/A
19 American Express New York City, New York $187 $93.52
20 State Farm Bloomington, Illinois $186 N/A
21 BMO Harris Bank Chicago, Illinois $186 N/A
22 Ally Financial Detroit, Michigan $185 $14.49
23 Citizens Financial Group Providence, Rhode Island $179 $15.83
24 KeyCorp Cleveland, Ohio $171 17.04
25 MUFG Union Bank New York City, New York $164 N/A
26 UBS New York City, New York $159 $53.83
27 Ameriprise Minneapolis, Minnesota $158 $22.66
28 Barclays New York City, New York $156 N/A
29 Northern Trust Chicago, Illinois $152 $19.50
30 Santander Bank Boston, Massachusetts $145 N/A
31 Regions Financial Corporation Birmingham, Alabama $145 $17.05
32 RBC Bank Toronto, Ontario $142 N/A
33 M&T Bank Buffalo, New York $138 $17.61
34 BNP Paribas / Bank of the West San Francisco, California $137 N/A
35 Credit Suisse New York City, New York $124 N/A
36 Discover Financial Riverwoods, Illinois $124 $26.65
37 Huntington Bancshares Columbus, Ohio $120 $12.91
38 Deutsche Bank New York City, New York $119 N/A
39 BBVA USA Birmingham, Alabama $103 N/A
40 Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, California $97 $25.02
41 Synchrony Financial Stamford, Connecticut $95 $20.66
42 Comerica Dallas, Texas $84 $8.37
43 First Horizon National Corporation Memphis, Tennessee $83 $7.78
44 E-Trade Arlington, Virginia $71 N/A
45 Popular, Inc. San Juan, Puerto Rico $66 $4.85
46 CIT Group New York City, New York $61 $3.79
47 People's United Financial Bridgeport, Connecticut $60 $6.14
48 New York Community Bank Westbury, New York $54 $5.09
49 CIBC Bank USA Chicago, Illinois $53 N/A
50 Synovus Columbus, Georgia $53 $5.59
51 East West Bank Pasadena, California $50 $8.61
52 First Citizens BancShares Raleigh, North Carolina $49 $5.92
53 Mizuho Financial Group New York City, New York $48 N/A
54 TCF Financial Detroit, Michigan $48 $6.12
55 Raymond James Financial St. Petersburg, Florida $47 $13.58
56 BOK Financial Corporation Tulsa, Oklahoma $46 $5.41
57 Wintrust Financial Rosemont, Illinois $43 $3.63
58 John Deere Capital Corporation Reno, Nevada $42 N/A
59 Valley National Bank Wayne, New Jersey $41 $4.34
60 Frost Bank San Antonio, Texas $40 $6.09
61 Texas Capital Bank Dallas, Texas $38 $3.21
62 South State Bank Columbia, South Carolina $38 N/A
63 FNB Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania $37 $3.30
64 BankUnited Miami Lakes, Florida $35 $3.32
65 Associated Banc-Corp Green Bay, Wisconsin $34.6 $2.89
66 Pinnacle Financial Partners Nashville, Tennessee $34 $5.54
67 Western Alliance Bank Phoenix, Arizona $33.9 $7.01
68 Prosperity Bancshares Houston, Texas $33.3 $6.34
69 Hancock Whitney Gulfport, Mississippi $33.2 $3.16
70 Webster Bank Waterbury, Connecticut $33 $4.54
71 Commerce Bancshares Kansas City, Missouri $31 $8.20
72 Sterling Bancorp Montebello, New York $30.6 $3.73
73 UMB Financial Corporation Kansas City, Missouri $30.2 $3.46
74 Flagstar Bank Troy, Michigan $29.5 $2.48
75 Umpqua Holdings Corporation Portland, Oregon $29.4 $3.41
76 PacWest Bancorp Los Angeles, California $28.4 $3.66
77 MidFirst Bank Oklahoma City, Oklahoma $28.1 N/A
78 Investors Bank Short Hills, New Jersey $26.6 $2.88
79 United Bank (West Virginia) Charleston, West Virginia $26 $4.35
80 Stifel St. Louis, Missouri $25.6 $5.30
81 Fulton Financial Corporation Lancaster, Pennsylvania $25.5 $2.31
82 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group New York City, New York $24.7 N/A
83 First National of Nebraska Omaha, Nebraska $24.2 N/A
84 Arvest Bank Bentonville, Arkansas $24 N/A
85 FirstBank Holding Co Lakewood, Colorado $23.5 N/A
86 Old National Bank Evansville, Indiana $22.4 $2.90
87 First Hawaiian Bank Honolulu, Hawaii $22.3 $3.13
88 Simmons Bank Pine Bluff, Arkansas $21.4 $2.79
89 First Midwest Bank Chicago, Illinois $21 $1.99
90 Bank of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii $20 $3.24
91 Atlantic Union Bank Richmond, Virginia $19.9 N/A
92 Ameris Bancorp Atlanta, Georgia $19.8 $2.98
93 Cathay Bank Los Angeles, California $19 $2.88
94 Washington Federal Seattle, Washington $18.8 $2.11
95 IberiaBank Lafayette, Louisiana N/A N/A
96 Macy's New York City, New York $21 $4.92
97 CenterState Bank Winter Haven, Florida $18 N/A
98 Mechanics Bank Walnut Creek, California $17 N/A
99 City National Bank of Florida Miami, Florida $17 N/A
100 Cadence Bank Atlanta, Georgia $17 N/A

Banks listed amongst the 100 largest by the Federal Reserve but not the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, because they are not holding companies, are as follows:[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FDIC Quarterly". Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
  2. ^ "Holding Companies with Assets Greater Than $10 Billion". Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council. 31 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Yahoo! Finance". Yahoo! Finance.
  4. ^ "Large Commercial Banks". Federal Reserve.