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Twenty-Five Largest Banking Companies

25 Largest Banking Companies
Ranking by June 30, 2002 Bank and Thrift Subsidiary Assets
(Dollar amounts in millions)
Rank Company Name 06/30/2002
Bank & Thrift
Subsidiary Assets*
2nd Qtr 2002
Bank & Thrift
Subsidiary Net Income*
1 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 614,988 1,983
2 Citigroup, Inc. 612,806 4,954
3 Bank of America Corporation 600,850 4,691
4 Wells Fargo & Company 328,696 2,562
5 Wachovia Corporation 308,335 1,881
6 Bank One Corporation 307,949 1,927
7 FleetBoston Financial Corporation 184,145 943
8 U.S. Bancorp. 170,514 1,573
9 National City Corporation 112,224 801
10 SunTrust Banks, Inc. 105,308 654
11 KeyCorp 80,740 461
12 BB&T Corporation 79,817 620
13 Fifth Third Bancorp 79,454 784
14 Bank of New York Company, Inc. 78,842 649
15 State Street Corporation 73,643 358
16 PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. 62,238 587
17 Comerica Incorporated 57,174 398
18 SouthTrust Corporation 48,373 308
19 Regions Financial Corporation 43,143 291
20 Charter One Financial, Inc. 39,888 269
21 AmSouth Bancorporation 38,501 308
22 Charter One Financial, Inc. 38,390 246
23 Union BanCal Corporation 35,615 372
24 Mellon Financial Corporation 34,868 372
25 M&T Bank Corporation 31,847 253
  Total $4,168,347 $28,243
* Source: FDIC - Call Reports. Data include intracompany transactions, which are netted out of consolidated totals.

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