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10. TD Bank U.S. Holding Co.

TD Bank © iStock

Assets: $253.2 billion

Deposits: $208.66 billion

Headquarters: Cherry Hill, New Jersey


9. HSBC North American Holdings Inc.

HSBC North American Holdings Inc. © Juan Carlos/Corbis

Assets: $291.61 billion

Deposits: $127.41 billion

Headquarters: New York


8. Capital One Financial Corp.

Capital One Financial Corp. © HYUNGWON KANG/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $313.7 billion

Deposits: $212.9 billion

Headquarters: McLean, Virginia


7. PNC Financial Services Group Inc.

PNC Financial Services Group Inc. © CHRIS KEANE/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $362.13 billion

Deposits: $244.98 billion

Headquarters: Pittsburgh


6. Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

Bank of New York Mellon Corp. © SEBASTIEN PIRLET/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $377.37 billion

Deposits: $266.77 billion

Headquarters: New York


5. U.S. Bancorp

U.S. Bankcorp © FRED PROUSER/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $415.94 billion

Deposits: $295.26 billion

Headquarters: Minneapolis


4. Wells Fargo & Co.

Wells Fargo & Co. © ROBERT GALBRAITH/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $1.75 trillion

Deposits: $1.2 trillion

Headquarters: San Francisco


3. Citigroup Inc.

Citigroup Inc. © CARLO ALLEGRI/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $1.77 trillion

Deposits: $883.28 billion

Headquarters: New York


2. Bank of America Corp.

Bank of America Corp. © Alex Milan Tracy/Demotix/Corbis

Assets: $2.15 trillion

Deposits: $1.16 trillion

Headquarters: Charlotte, North Carolina


1. JPMorgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. © EDUARDO MUNOZ/Reuters/Corbis

Assets: $2.42 trillion

Deposits: $1.27 trillion

Headquarters: New York

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