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  2. List of largest banks in the United States - Wikipedia

    MUFG Union Bank: New York City, New York: $164.6 N/A 31 RBC Bank: Toronto, Ontario: $164 N/A 32 BNP Paribas / Bank of the West: San Francisco, California: $159.2 33 Regions Financial Corporation: Birmingham, Alabama: $156.4 $17.05 34 Santander Bank: Boston, Massachusetts: $155.9 N/A 35 M&T Bank: Buffalo, New York: $151.9 $17.61 36 Deutsche Bank ...

  3. Edelweiss Group - Wikipedia

    The company became a merchant bank in 2000. It was also helped start-ups raise funds via the non-IPO route, Venture Capital (VC) and Private Equity funds (PE). 2004–2012. During this period Edelweiss added institutional broking and non-banking financial company (NBFC) activity to its portfolio.

  4. Home equity line of credit - Wikipedia

    In 2008 major home equity lenders including Bank of America, Countrywide Financial, Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, National City Mortgage, Washington Mutual and Wells Fargo began informing borrowers that their home equity lines of credit had been frozen, reduced, suspended, rescinded or restricted in some other manner.

  5. LIC Housing Finance - Wikipedia

    LIC Housing Finance Limited (LIC HFL) is one of the largest Housing Finance Mortgage loan companies in India having its Registered and Corporate office at Mumbai.LIC HFL is a subsidiary company of LIC.

  6. Collateralized debt obligation - Wikipedia

    Bank of New York Mellon (note: the Bank of New York Mellon acquired the corporate trust unit of JP Morgan), BNP Paribas Securities Services (note: currently serves the European market only) Citibank; Deutsche Bank; Equity Trust; Intertrust Group (note: until mid-2009 was known as Fortis Intertrust; Acquired ATC Capital Markets in 2013) HSBC ...

  7. List of corporate collapses and scandals - Wikipedia

    It went public in 1865, but was badly affected by a general fall in stock prices. The Bank of England refused to advance money, and it collapsed. The directors were sued, but exonerated from fraud. Friedrich Krupp: Germany: 1873: Steel, metals: Krupp's business over-expanded, and had to take a 30m Mark loan from the Preußische Bank, the Bank ...