Below is an overview of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., according to the number of assets they hold.

Capital One was created in 1999. The corporation has $369 billion in assets and is one of the major US banks.

10. Capital One

Hamilton co-founded BNY Mellon. It's America's oldest bank. It has $384 trillion and branches in 29 U.S. cities, D.C., and 3 countries.

9. Bank of New York Mellon

TD Bank has $415 trillion in assets. Then Banknorth, now TD Bank. It merged with TD Banknorth in 2008.

8. TD Bank

PNC is a Pittsburgh-based East Coast bank. The bank has $453 billion in assets and 2,202 branches in eastern states and D.C.

7. PNC

The youngest is Truist Bank. 2019's September Truist launch. SunTrust and BB&T combined (Branch Banking and Trust Company). $510 billion in bank assets.

6. Truist Bank

U.S. Bank, part of U.S. Bancorp, has $547 billion in assets. The Minneapolis-based bank serves the Midwest and West. 2,352 domestic branches.

5. U.S. Bank/U.S. Bancorp

Citibank (previously City Bank of New York) has $1.69 trillion. Citibank was a credit card and ATM pioneer in the 19th century, when both institutions were regional.

4. Citibank/Citigroup

After merging with Norwest Corporation in 1998 and acquiring Wachovia National Bank in 2008, Wells Fargo is the third-largest bank in the US with $1.78 trillion.

3. Wells Fargo

Bank of America has $2.35 trillion in consolidated assets. Its headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina makes the city a financial hub.

2. Bank of America

JPMorgan-Chase owns $3.19 trillion. It's the country's and one of the world's largest banks. J.P. Morgan and Chase Manhattan merged in 2000 to become the firm.

1. JPMorgan-Chase

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