August 19, 2022

TOPRANK FLORIDA

Bank holding companies in Florida

Ranked by total deposits

| 10/4/2013
Banking Holding Co. Headquarters Florida Deposits (in billions) Florida Offices Market Share Florida Executive
Bank of America Charlotte, N.C. $77.8 635 18.34% Mike M. Fields
Wells Fargo San Francisco 69.0 656 16.28 Shelley Freeman
SunTrust Atlanta 42.6 545 10.05 Tom Kuntz
Regions Financial Birmingham, Ala. 18.6 376 4.40 Brett D. Couch
JPMorgan Chase New York 15.3 321 3.61 Mel Martinez
BB&T Winston-Salem, N.C. 13.0 268 3.08 Kelly S. King
Citigroup New York 12.8 54 3.02 Diane Bentivegna
TD Bank Cherry Hill, N.J. 8.5 169 2.01 Ernie Diaz
Raymond James Financial St. Petersburg 8.3 1 1.95 Thomas A. James
BankUnited Miami Lakes 8.0 95 1.89 John A. Kanas
Fifth Third Bancorp Cincinnati 8.0 170 1.89 Karen Dee
Northern Trust Chicago 6.7 25 1.58 John Fumagalli
PNC Financial Services Pittsburgh 6.5 207 1.53 Craig Grant
Mercantil Commercebank Miami 5.1 16 1.19 Millar Wilson
HSBC Holdings New York 4.5 18 1.05 Irene Dorner
Banco Financiero y de Ahorros (City National Bank of Florida) Miami 3.1 26 0.73 Jorge Gonzalez
Ocean Bankshares Miami 3.0 21 0.72 A. Alfonso Macedo
New York Community Bancorp Westbury, N.Y. 3.0 25 0.71 Joseph R. Ficalora
Banco de Sabadell Miami 2.8 24 0.67 Mario Trueba
Bond Street Management Miami 2.6 44 0.61 Vincent Tese
Synovus Financial Columbus, Ga. 2.5 54 0.60 Dominic DiMaio Jr.
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya (Compass Bancshares) Birmingham, Ala. 2.4 45 0.56 Manolo Sanchez
Iberiabank New Iberia, La. 2.3 42 0.53 Jim Gburek
CenterState Banks Winter Haven 2.1 60 0.49 John C. Corbett
Capital Bank Financial Miami 1.9 35 0.44 R. Eugene Taylor
Hancock Holdings Gulfport, MS 1.8 66 0.44 Carl J. Chaney

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