List of banks in the Americas

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This is a list of the banks in the Americas.

Largest banks in the Americas[edit]

The 15 largest banks in the Americas by total assets, as of 2019.[1]

Rank Bank name Country Total assets (billions of US$)
1 JPMorgan Chase & Co.  United States $2,622.53
2 Bank of America  United States $2,354.51
3 Citigroup Inc.  United States $1,917.38
4 Wells Fargo & Co.  United States $1,895.88
5 Royal Bank of Canada  Canada $1,039.24
6 Toronto-Dominion Bank  Canada $1,006.00
7 Goldman Sachs  United States $931.80
8 Morgan Stanley  United States $853.53
9 Scotiabank  Canada $785.44
10 Bank of Montreal  Canada $613.56
11 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce  Canada $467.55
12 U.S. Bancorp  United States $467.37
13 Truist Financial  United States $441.24
14 Banco Itaú  Brazil $401.10
15 PNC Financial Services  United States $382.32

 Argentina[edit]

See Category:Banks of Argentina

 Bahamas[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

 Barbados[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

Development banks[edit]

 Belize[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Development bank[edit]

Major privately owned banks[edit]

 Bermuda[edit]

 Bolivia[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Commercial Banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

Defunct Banks[edit]

 Brazil[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Major privately owned banks[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Merged[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

Merged or defunct banks[edit]

 Canada[edit]

 Chile[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Foreign banks with representation[edit]

Merged or defunct banks[edit]

 Colombia[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

 Costa Rica[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

 Cuba[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

  • Banco de Crédito y Comercio
  • Banco de Inversiones
  • Banco Exterior de Cuba
  • Banco Financiero Internacional
  • Banco Industrial de Venezuela-Cuba
  • Banco Internacional de Comercio
  • Banco Metropolitano
  • Banco Nacional de Cuba
  • Banco Popular de Ahorro

 Dominica[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Branches of foreign banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

Offshore banks[edit]

 Dominican Republic[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Major banks[edit]

 Ecuador[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Major banks[edit]

 El Salvador[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Major banks[edit]

 Grenada[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Branches of foreign banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

 Honduras[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Banks[edit]

Foreign Banks[edit]

 Jamaica[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Locally owned banks[edit]

Subsidiary/branch of foreign entity[edit]

Merchant banks[edit]

Locally owned banks[edit]

Subsidiary/branch of foreign entity[edit]

 Mexico[edit]

 Panama[edit]

Commercial local banks[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

 Peru[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Development banks[edit]

Defunct banks[edit]

 Saint Lucia[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Branches of foreign banks[edit]

Foreign-owned banks[edit]

 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

Local banks[edit]

Offshore banks[edit]

 Suriname[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Commercial Banks[edit]

Foreign-owned Banks[edit]

 Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Central Bank

Other Banks

 United States[edit]

 Venezuela[edit]

Central bank[edit]

Government-owned banks[edit]

Commercial banks[edit]

Defunct banks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/news-insights/trending/t-38wta5twjgrrqccf4_ca2
  2. ^ Carlos Marichal, "Banco de San Carlos (Potosí)" in Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1996, vol. 1, p. 278.
  3. ^ http://www.bancoconsorcio.cl/
  4. ^ http://www.dnb.no/en/about-us/global-network/chile.html

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