3-commercial banks in the United States (“total U.S. banking assets”).
Wells Fargo operates subsidiary banks in Alaska, Arizona, California,Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio,Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.Wells Fargo is the fourth largest commercial banking organization in Texas,controlling deposits of $17.5 billion, representing approximately 7.2 percentof total deposits in insured depository institutions in the state (“statedeposits”).
Wells Fargo is the largest commercial banking organization inMinnesota, controlling deposits of $21.8 billion, representing approximately28.8 percent of state deposits.Texas Financial has total consolidated assets of $2.9 billion andoperates subsidiary depository institutions in Texas, Illinois, and New Mexico. Texas Financial is the twelfth largest commercial bankingorganization in Texas, controlling deposits of $2.1 billion, representing lessthan 1 percent of state deposits.Marquette has consolidated assets of $3.2 billion and operatessubsidiary depository institutions in Minnesota, California, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Marquette is the fifth largestcommercial banking organization in Minnesota, controlling deposits of $1.4 billion, representing 1.9 percent of state deposits.
Asset and national ranking data are as of September 30, 2001.
Asset, deposit, and state ranking data are as of June 30, 2001. In thiscontext, depository institutions include commercial banks, savings banks,and savings associations.