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Twenty-Five Largest Banking Companies

25 Largest Banking Companies Ranking by March 31, 2002
Bank and Thrift Subsidiary Assets
(Dollar amount in millions)
Rank Company Name 03/31/2002
Bank & Thrift
Subsidiary Assets *
1st Qtr 2002
Bank & Thrift
Subsidiary Net Income*
1 CitiGroup, Inc. 579,606 2,216
2 Bank of America Corporation 578,334 2,298
3 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 577,923 716
4 Wells Fargo & Company 319,791 1,137
5 Wachovia Corporation 306,216 979
6 Bank One Corporation 294,625 914
7 FleetBoston Financial Corporation 185,117 781
8 U.S. Bancorp. 163,617 763
9 National City Corporation 109,639 411
10 SunTrust Banks, Inc. 103,831 319
11 KeyCorp 78,889 230
12 BB&T Corporation 76,729 299
13 Fifth Third Bancorp 75,658 382
14 Bank of New York Company, Inc. 74,731 322
15 State Street Corporation 68,571 182
16 PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. 61,698 282
17 Comerica Incorporated 56,289 215
18 SouthTrust Corporation 48,313 152
19 Regions Financial Corporation 41,345 148
20 Northern Trust Corporation 38,587 124
21 AmSouth Bancorporation 38,236 150
22 Charter One Financial, Inc. 37,933 133
23 Union BanCal Corporation 35,719 128
24 Mellon Financial Corporation 33,110 257
25 Popular Inc. 25,304 73
  Total $4,009,812 $13,537
* Source: FDIC - Call Reports. Data include intracompany transactions, which are netted out of consolidated totals.

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