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Bank of America - statistics & facts

The history of Bank of America can be traced back to 1904, when it was known as Bank of Italy. At that time, the feature which distinguished the Bank of Italy from other American banks was that it offered financial services to immigrants arriving in the United States, not only the wealthiest American citizens. Today, the bank is a national giant, one of the most valuable banking brands and one of the leading banks in terms of assets or market capitalization globally. As of 2020, Bank of America was the fourth largest employer in the banking sector in the United States, with employment figure exceeding 140,000 people.

What does Bank of America do?

The bank provides a broad range of financial services, such as retail banking, wealth management, private banking, and business & corporate banking. The bank operates in several regions of the world, but most of the bank’s assets comes from the United States. The total assets of Bank of America reached over 2.8 trillion U.S. dollars in 2020, with the assets mainly composed of brokerage assets and assets under management; deposits and loans and leases account for a comparatively small share.

Which are Bank of Americas main competitors?

There are four major banks in the United States (the “big four”), consisting of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo. Among the big four, JPMorgan Chase is the largest, ranking first in terms of market capitalization, total assets, and domestic deposits - just to name a few measurements. Bank of America ranks second according to most performance indicators, but as mentioned above, only fourth in terms of number of employees, and third in terms of number of branches - below both Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase.

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Bank of America - statistics & facts

The history of Bank of America can be traced back to 1904, when it was known as Bank of Italy. At that time, the feature which distinguished the Bank of Italy from other American banks was that it offered financial services to immigrants arriving in the United States, not only the wealthiest American citizens. Today, the bank is a national giant, one of the most valuable banking brands and one of the leading banks in terms of assets or market capitalization globally. As of 2020, Bank of America was the fourth largest employer in the banking sector in the United States, with employment figure exceeding 140,000 people.

What does Bank of America do?

The bank provides a broad range of financial services, such as retail banking, wealth management, private banking, and business & corporate banking. The bank operates in several regions of the world, but most of the bank’s assets comes from the United States. The total assets of Bank of America reached over 2.8 trillion U.S. dollars in 2020, with the assets mainly composed of brokerage assets and assets under management; deposits and loans and leases account for a comparatively small share.

Which are Bank of Americas main competitors?

There are four major banks in the United States (the “big four”), consisting of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo. Among the big four, JPMorgan Chase is the largest, ranking first in terms of market capitalization, total assets, and domestic deposits - just to name a few measurements. Bank of America ranks second according to most performance indicators, but as mentioned above, only fourth in terms of number of employees, and third in terms of number of branches - below both Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase.

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