Bank Holding Companies with Largest Credit Card Loan Portfolios: On March 31, 2005. Dollars in Thousands

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Bank Holding Companies with Largest Credit Card Loan Portfolios: On March 31, 2005. Dollars in Thousands


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    1       Citigroup Inc. New York
    2       JPMorgan Chase & Co. New York
    3       Bank of America Corp. Charlotte
    4       Capital One Financial Corp. McLean, Va.
    5       MBNA Corp. Wilmington, Del.
    6       Wells Fargo & Co. San Francisco
    7       U.S. Bancorp Minneapolis
    8       BB&T Corp. Winston-Salem, N.C.
    9       Popular Inc. San Juan, Puerto Rico
    10      National City Corp. Cleveland
    11      PNC Financial Services Group Pittsburgh
    12      Fifth Third Bancorp Cincinnati
    13      Commerce Bancshares Inc. Kansas City, Mo.
    14      Compass Bancshares Birmingham, Ala.
    15      United National Corp. Sioux Falls, S.D.
    16      Hudson United Bancorp Mahwah, N.J.
    17      Synovus Financial Corp. Columbus, Ga.
    18      First Citizens Bancshares Raleigh, N.C.
    19      First Horizon National Corp. Memphis
    20      Marshall & Ilsley Corp. Milwaukee
    21      Intrust Financial Corp. Wichita
    22      Simmons First National Corp. Pine Bluff, Ark.
    23      FirstMerit Corp. Akron
    24      UMB Financial Corp. Kansas City, Mo.
    25      Zions Bancorp. Salt Lake City
    26      CU Bank Shares Inc. Farmers Branch, Tex.
    27      BancorpSouth Inc. Tupelo, Miss.
    28      Amalgamated Investments Co. Chicago
    29      R&G Financial Corp. San Juan, Puerto Rico
    30      Independent Bankers Financial Corp. Irving, Tex.
    31      Wilmington Trust Corp. Del.
    32      Arvest Bank Group Inc. Bentonville, Ark.
    33      W Holding Co. Inc. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
    34      Pulaski Investment Corp. Little Rock
    35      Lauritzen Corp. Omaha
    36      Community Financial Services Atlanta
    37      BNCorp Inc. Bismarck, N.D.
    38      Fulton Financial Corp. Lancaster, Pa.
    39      Trustmark Corp. Jackson, Miss.
    40      First Interstate BancSystem Billings, Mont.
    41      Capitol Bancorp. Inc. Britton, S.D.
    42      First Bancorp San Juan, Puerto Rico
    43      FirstBank Holding Co. Lakewood, Colo.
    44      Park National Corp. Newark, Ohio
    45      First Citizens Bancorp Inc. Columbia, S.C.
    46      Commerce Bancorp Inc. Cherry Hill, N.J.
    47      Franklin Resources Inc. San Mateo, Calif.
    48      Whitney Holding Corp. New Orleans
    49      Coppermark Bancshares Inc. Oklahoma City
    50      Rainier Pacific Financial Group Tacoma
    51      First Financial Bancorp Hamilton, Ohio
    52      Associated Banc-Corp Green Bay, Wis.
    53      S&T Bancorp Inc. Indiana, Pa.
    54      City Holding Co. Charleston, W.Va.
    55      Central Bancompany Jefferson City, Mo.
    56      Hopkins Financial Corp. Mitchell, S.D.
    57      Viking Corp. Omaha
    58      City National Corp. Beverly Hills
    59      First Financial Corp. Terre Haute, Ind.
    60      Harleysville National Corp. Pa.
    61      Farmers and Merchants Investment Lincoln, Neb.
    62      West Suburban Bancorp Inc. Lombard, Ill.
    63      United Bankshares Inc. Charleston, W.Va.
    64      Sierra Bancorp Porterville, Calif.
    65      Palmetto Bancshares Inc. Laurens, S.C.
    66      Fishback Financial Corp. Brookings, S.D.
    67      Tompkins Trustco Inc. Ithaca, N.Y.
    68      W.T.B. Financial Corp. Spokane, Wash.
    69      ANB Bancshares Inc. Rogers, Ark.
    70      Valley National Bancorp Wayne, N.J.
    71      International Bancshares Corp. Laredo, Tex.
    72      Union Bankshares Corp. Bowling Green, Va.
    73      Citizens and Northern Corp. Wellsboro, Pa.
    74      Central Bancshares Inc. Lexington, Ky.
    75      Trinity Capital Corp. Los Alamos, N.M.
    76      IberiaBank Corp. Lafayette, La.
    77      Dickinson Financial Corp II Kansas City, Mo.
    78      Frontier Financial Corp. Everett, Wash.
    79      First Security Bancorp Searcy, Ark.
    80      Hills Bancorp. Hills, Iowa
    81      LSB Bancshares Inc. … 

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