Banks in the United States
|Bank of America
- AF Bank established in 1939, is a federally chartered stock savings bank. On September 28, 2009, the Bank changed its name from AF to LifeStore.
- AgFirst Farm Credit Bank is part of the Farm Credit System, a network of agricultural and rural lending institutions cooperatively owned by their borrowers. There are four regional Farm Credit Banks in the Farm Credit System, and one Bank for Cooperatives.
- Ally Bank – A direct bank in the United States that offers online savings, interest checking, money market accounts and certificates of deposit (CDs). Ally Bank was named Best Online Bank by MONEY Magazine in 2012.
- American Express – The world's largest card issuer by purchase volume. It operates the world’s largest travel network serving consumers and businesses. Centurion Bank and American Express Bank, FSB are the two main bank subsidiaries of American Express.
- American Express Bank, FSB – A subsidiary of the American Express Company. American Express Bank is a member of the FDIC and each depositor is insured to at least $250,000.
- American Express Centurion Bank – A state chartered banking institution. It operates as a subsidiary of American Express Company and offers charge and credit cards in the US including the Blue, Blue Cash, Blue Sky, Gold, Platinum, and Centurion cards.
- American Savings Bank – The third largest bank in the state of Hawaii with a network of branch offices and ATM's all over the islands. Since 2010, ASB has been named a “Best Place to Work in Hawaii” for three consecutive years.
- Ameris Bank – A community bank, based in Moultrie, Georgia. The bank has over 60 branches in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and South Carolina.
- Armed Forces Bank – Founded in 1907, Armed Forces Bank specializes in military banking and serves active military, retired military, and civilians.
- Bank of America – BoA is the largest bank in the United States by assets. It serves about 57 million retail and small business customers through more than 6,000 banking offices and 18,500 ATMs. On January 1, 2009, the company completed the acquisition of Merrill Lynch.
- Bank Of Botetourt – A local institution headquartered in Buchanan, Virginia. As of September 30, 2011, it had total assets of over $316 million.
- Bank of Hampton Roads – A full-service bank headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia. The Bank operates as a subsidiary of Hampton Roads Bankshares.
- Bank of Nevada – A community bank located in Las Vegas. It is insured by the FDIC and is an equal housing lender. The company has offices in Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Mesquite, Nevada.
- Bank of New York Mellon – BNY is a leading asset management and securities services company. It has $25 trillion in assets under custody and administration and $1.17 trillion in assets under management.
- Bank of North Carolina – A state chartered commercial bank in North Carolina. The Bank is insured by the FDIC and is an equal housing lender. The company was founded in 1991 and today operates 26 offices in North Carolina and South Carolina.
- BBVA Compass – One of the 25 largest banks in the United States by deposits. With about 9,000 employees, the Bank has over 720 branches in the Sun Belt region.
- Bridgewater Bank is a full service bank established in 2005 and headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota. It operates as a subsidiary of Bridgewater Bancshares, Inc.
- Capital One – A diversified banking company specializing in consumer and commercial lending, deposit taking and credit cards. Capital One is one of the largest credit card companies in the United States.
- Central bank Utah, Member FDIC, is a privately owned state chartered bank located in Provo, Utah.
- Cole Taylor Bank – The sixth largest commercial bank headquartered in the Chicago metropolitan area. The Bank has approximately $4.8 billion in total assets.
- Comerica – One of the leading financial services providers in the United States. It has retail banking operations in Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan and Texas as well as in Canada and Mexico.
- Commerce Bank – The largest independent bank in the lower Midwest. It provides financial services to individuals and businesses throughout Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Oklahoma and Colorado. Commerce Bank is a subsidiary of Commerce Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: CBSH).
- CIT Bank – A wholly-owned subsidiary of CIT Group Inc with over $10 billion of assets. The Bank offers a range of certificates of deposit (CDs) and savings accounts.
- City National Bank (California) – The wholly owned subsidiary of City National Corporation (NYSE:CYN). City National ranks as the nation’s 27 largest bank, with $21.4 billion in total assets (2010). The Bank operates in Southern California, the San Francisco Bay Area, Nevada, New York, Nashville, and Atlanta.
- City National Bank of Florida – The second-oldest bank in Miami and the sixth-largest financial institution in Florida. The Bank offers standard deposit products and services, including checking and savings accounts, IRAs, money market accounts, and certificates of deposit (CDs). It also offers personal loans, real estate banking, commercial mortgage and small business banking and lending.
- Citigroup – One of the largest financial services companies in the world with 200 million accounts in 160 countries. It is the first bank in the U.S. that had more than $1 trillion in assets.
- Citizens Financial Group – The US banking arm of Royal Bank of Scotland Group. With $132 billion in assets (6/2011), it is one of the largest foreign-owned banks in the country.
- Credit One Bank – One of the largest issuers of VISA credit cards in America. It provides credit cards to individuals who have been historically overlooked by other banks because of their less than perfect credit. Credit One Bank cards are even available to those who have had credit problems in the past and those who may have little credit history.
- Dedham Savings Bank – Established in 1831, Dedham Institution for Savings has served the Norfolk County market for over 180 years. As of December 2010, the company had over one billion in total assets. The Bank is located in Dedham, Massachusetts.
- Falcon International Bank – A Texas community bank with branches in Laredo, San Antonio, McAllen, Brownsville, Eagle Pass, Del Rio, Harlingen and two representative offices in Monterrey and Guadalajara, Mexico.
- Falcon National Bank was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Foley, Minnesota. As of June 30, 2012, it had total assets of $130.3 million.
- Farm Credit Bank of Texas (FCBT) – A wholesale financing institution that is part of the cooperatively owned nationwide Farm Credit System, the largest rural lender in the US. Currently, the Farm Credit System is rated AA- by Standard and Poor’s.
- FirstBank, headquartered in Lakewood, is the second largest bank in Colorado based on deposits. The Bank offers savings, consumer and commercial lending, internet banking and other services.
- Fifth Third Bank – One of the large regional banks in the US, headquartered in Cincinnati. Fifth Third operates 15 affiliates with more than 1,300 full-service branches and 2,200 ATMs in Ohio, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia.
- First National Bank of Omaha – A subsidiary of First National of Nebraska Inc. It is the largest commercial provider of financing to the ethanol industry and the fourth largest agricultural lender in the US.
- First National of Nebraska – A multi-state holding company headquartered in Omaha. First National is the largest privately owned banking company in the United States with community banking operations in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa and Texas. FNN operates as a subsidiary of Lauritzen Corporation.
- Five Star Bank – A New York State chartered community bank headquartered in Warsaw. As of December 31, 2011, the Bank had $2,34 billion in total assets and over 1,9 billion in deposits.
- Goldman Sachs – A bank holding company, which engages in investment banking, securities underwriting and dealing, asset management, trading and other activities through a variety of subsidiaries in the United States and overseas. The company was founded in 1869 by Marcus Goldman, an immigrant from Germany and is based in New York City.
- HSBC Bank USA – The American subsidiary of UK-based HSBC Holdings plc. The bank has more than 480 branches throughout the United States and serves over 4 million customers. HSBC USA is one of the nation's 10 largest bank holding companies by assets. As of 30 June 2011, HSBC Bank USA had total assets of $195.1 billion.
- JPMorgan Chase – One of the nation’s leading financial services companies, offering commercial and consumer banking, credit cards, asset management, securities brokerage and financial consulting. The firm was formed in 2000, when Chase Manhattan Corporation merged with J.P.Morgan & Co. The company has operations in over 60 countries and employs approximately 200,000 staff.
- Keycorp – One of the largest financial services companies in the United States. Under the name KeyBank, KeyCorp operates 1,033 full service branches and 1,531 ATMs in 14 northern US states.
- Luther Burbank Savings – A privately-owned thrift institution focusing on traditional savings and loan services. The Bank was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Santa Rosa, California.
- MB Financial Bank – A community bank, based in Chicago. MB was founded in 1911 and operates as a subsidiary of MB Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: MBFI).
- Morgan Stanley – A financial holding company serving individual and institutional investors and investment banking clients. It was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in New York.
- New York Commercial Bank – The commercial bank subsidiary of New York Community Bancorp, one of the top producers of mortgage loans in New York City.
- Norway Savings Bank – An outstanding community bank known for its financial strength and exceptional customer service. It was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Maine and was also awarded the Gold-Level Well Workplace Award by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA).
- Pioneer Bank (Roswell, NM) – A federal savings bank operating in New Mexico and West Texas (Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Hobbs & Ruidoso and El Paso). At September 30, 2012, it had assets of about $626 million.
- Pioneer Savings Bank (Troy, NY) – A community bank headquartered in Troy. It provides personal and commercial banking services in the state of New York.
- Pioneer Savings Bank (Cleveland, OH) was founded in 1922 and is based Cleveland. At September 2012, it had approximately $30 million in total assets.
- PNC Bank – PNC is a highly diversified financial services organization spanning the retail, business and corporate markets. It provides deposit, lending, cash management and investment services to more than 5 million consumer and small business customers across 15 states and the District of Columbia. PNC has more than 2,500 branches and 6,400 ATM machines. It is the sixth largest bank by deposits in the United States.
- Regions Bank – One of the largest providers of financial services in the United States. The Bank serves customers in 16 states through a network of over 1,800 banking offices and more than 2,200 ATMs.
- Sallie Mae (SLM Corporation) – The largest provider of educational loans in the United States. Primarily a secondary market for student loans, Sallie Mae recently became a lender, originating student loans in its own name.
- Sallie Mae Bank – A FDIC-insured bank headquartered in Murray, Utah. It was founded in 2005 and operates as a subsidiary of Sallie Mae Inc.
- Security Bank of Kansas City – A privately-owned, state-chartered bank located in Wyandotte County, Kansas.
- Silicon Valley Bank is a California state-chartered bank founded in 1983 and is a member of the Federal Reserve System. SVB operates as a subsidiary of SVB Financial Group.
- State Street – A financial services company established in 1792. It offers a range of services that spans the investment spectrum, including investment management, research and trading, and investment servicing. State Street’s singular focus is serving the needs of institutional investors.
- Sterling Bank, Houston – A Texas-based bank with total assets of over $5 billion. The Bank operates about 60 branches across Texas. In 2011, it was acquired by Comerica for over $800 million.
- Sterling Savings Bank – One of the largest regional community banks in the western United States. The Bank is headquartered in Spokane, Washington and operates under the following registered trade names: Sterling Bank, First Independent Bank and Sonoma Bank.
- SunTrust – One of the largest financial services holding companies in the United States. It provides deposit, credit, trust, and investment services to a wide range of customers.
- Taunus Corporation – A subsidiary of Deutsche Bank AG. It was established in 1999 and is headquartered in New York City.
- Taylor Capital Group – A bank holding company headquartered in Rosemont, Illinois. As of September 30, 2012, Taylor Capital had $5.137 billion in total assets, $3.559 billion in total deposits and $3.429 billion in net loans. The company derives virtually all of its revenue from its subsidiary, ColeTaylorBank.
- Union Bank – A universal commercial bank providing a wide range of financial services to retail and corporate customers. The bank has more than 400 branches in California, Oregon, Texas and Washington. Union Bank, N.A is the flagship subsidiary of UnionBanCal Corporation, a financial holding company.
- Texas Capital Bank – A commercial bank headquartered in Dallas, Texas. With assets of over $7.7 billion, it is one of the largest independent banks in Texas.
- USAA Bank (USAA Federal Savings Bank ) – A financial institution that serves U.S. military members. It is the second largest bank in Texas with assets of about $58 billion.
- U.S. Bancorp – A diversified financial services company with total assets of $311.5 billion as of 31 March, 2011. It is the parent company of U.S. Bank.
- Wachovia bank is now Wells Fargo Bank. Wells Fargo & Company acquired Wachovia Corporation in 2008. Wells Fargo acquired Wachovia after a government-forced sale to avoid a failure of Wachovia. Wachovia was the fourth-largest bank holding company in the US based on total assets.
- Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the main subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Company.
- Wells Fargo & Company – One of the largest financial services companies in the United States. In 2007, it was the only bank in the US to be rated AAA by Standard & Poor's. The bank was founded on March 18, 1852 and is headquartered in San Francisco.
- Wilshire State Bank
400 biggest banks in the U.S. and their troubled loans, 2009
America's Biggest Banks
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||J.P.Morgan Chase & Co.
||Bank of America Corp.
||Wells Fargo & Company
||Goldman Sachs Group
||Bank of New York Mellon
||HSBC North America Holdings
||PNC Financial Services Group
||TD Bank US Holding Company