Bank Holding Company Data

Bank holding companies are required by law and FRB regulation to file a series of financial reports, commonly referred to as the Y-Reports. The specific reporting requirements for each bank holding company depend upon the size of the holding company or other specific factors as determined by the appropriate Federal Reserve Bank.

Top-Tier Bank Holding Companies may own or control other bank holding companies. A Financial Holding Company is a U.S. bank holding company that has submitted a declaration to become a financial holding company with the appropriate Federal Reserve Bank and whose declaration has been determined to be effective as of the reporting period. The financial information about holding companies available through this site is derived from these reports.

 

Assets, Liabilities, and Equity Capital of Fourth District Top Tier Bank Holding Companies with assets greater than $500 million:

Assets, Liabilities, and Equity Capital of Fourth District Financial Holding Companies with assets greater than $500 million: