|Millions of dollars except as noted, not seasonally adjusted|
|Bank holding companies that qualify as financial holding companies1 2|| |
|Total U.S. commercial bank assets4||6,416,080||6,897,215||7,397,903||8,207,714||8,843,309||7,850,587||8,041,199||8,207,714||8,403,920||8,534,534||8,715,545||8,843,309|
|By ownership|| |
|Reporting bank holding companies||5,942,670||6,429,231||6,941,106||7,785,988||8,420,308||7,409,187||7,599,697||7,785,988||7,991,887||8,119,026||8,293,342||8,420,308|
|Other bank holding companies||230,467||227,016||219,222||209,115||219,983||211,725||208,697||209,115||204,739||206,203||211,674||219,983|
|Assets associated with nonbanking activities25|| |
|Foreign nonbank institutions||138,977||145,344||170,630||216,758||242,408||226,094||230,569||216,758||219,829||231,566||242,333||242,408|
|Other nonbank institutions||1,674,267||561,712||678,088||954,849||976,208||862,230||887,848||954,849||898,420||927,425||961,269||976,208|
|Number of bank holding companies engaged in nonbanking activities|| |
|Foreign nonbank institutions||32||37||42||39||35||41||40||39||38||37||38||35|
|Other nonbank institutions||743||880||1,042||1,026||845||1,030||1,050||1,026||926||886||873||845|
|Foreign-owned bank holding companies3|| |
|Employees of reporting bank holding companies (full-time equivalent)||1,985,981||1,992,559||2,034,358||2,162,179||2,241,443||2,085,733||2,133,299||2,162,179||2,168,165||2,199,910||2,221,004||2,241,443|
|Assets of fifty large bank holding companies6 7|| |
|Fixed panel (from table 2)||5,896,628||6,258,073||6,917,002||7,952,942||8,631,229||7,551,049||7,752,394||7,952,942||8,217,299||8,429,140||8,504,118||8,631,229|
|Fifty large as of reporting date||5,732,621||6,032,000||6,666,488||7,940,955||8,631,229||7,385,384||7,644,504||7,940,955||8,206,462||8,417,847||8,489,633||8,631,229|
|Percent of all reporting bank holding companies||76.6||75.5||75.1||76.8||76.1||76.0||76.8||76.8||76.6||76.8||75.4||76.1|
Note: All data are as of the most recent period shown. The historical figures may not match those in earlier versions of this table because of mergers, significant acquisitions or divestitures, or revisions or restatements to bank holding company financial reports. Data for the most recent period may not include all late-filing institutions.
1. Exclude qualifying institutions that are not reporting bank holding companies. Return to table
2. No data related to financial holding companies and only some data on nonbanking activities were collected on the FR Y-9C report before implementation of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 2000. Return to table
3. A bank holding company is considered foreign-owned if it is majority-owned by a foreign entity. Data for foreign-owned companies do not include data for branches and agencies of foreign banks operating in the United States. Return to table
4. Total assets of insured commercial banks in the United States as reported in the commercial bank Call Report (FFIEC 031 or 041, Reports of Condition and Income). Excludes data for a small number of commercial banks owned by other commercial banks that file separate call reports yet are also covered by the reports filed by their parent banks. Also excludes data for mutual savings banks. Return to table
5. Data for thrift, foreign nonbank, and other nonbank institutions are total assets of each type of subsidiary as reported in the FR Y-9LP report. Data cover those subsidiaries in which the top-tier bank holding company directly or indirectly owns or controls more than 50 percent of the outstanding voting stock and that has been consolidated using generally accepted accounting principles. Data for securities broker-dealers are net assets (that is, total assets, excluding intercompany transactions) or broker-dealer subsidiaries engaged in activities pursuant to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, as reported on schedule HC-M of the FR Y-9C report. Data for insurance activities are all insurance-related assets held by the bank holding company as reported on schedule HC-I of the FR Y-9C report.
6. In general, the fifty large bank holding companies are the fifty largest bank holding companies as measured by total consolidated assets for the latest period shown. Excludes a few large bank holding companies whose commercial banking operations account for only a small portion of assets and earnings. Return to table
7. Changes over time in the total assets of the time-varying panel of fifty large bank holding companies are attributable to (1) changes in the companies that make up the panel and (2) to a small extent, restatements of financial reports between periods. Return to table
n.a. Not available.
Source: Federal Reserve Reports FRY-9C and FR Y-9LP, Federal Reserve National Information Center, and published financial reports.