Bank and Thrift Holding Companies with Highest Noninterest Income Ratios: In 2005. Dollars in Thousands

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Bank and Thrift Holding Companies with Highest Noninterest Income Ratios: In 2005. Dollars in Thousands


1 Putnam Fiduciary Trust Co. Boston Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc., New York bank $433,978 $433,030 100.22% $480,439 $402,272

2 FMR Corp. Boston none bank 398,167 399,218 99.74 368,033 173,114

3 FDS Bank Mason, Ohio Federated Department Stores Inc., New York thrift 579,222 581,464 99.61 187,644 404,524

4 Boston Trust and Investment Management Co. none bank 20,267 20,358 99.55 7,480 39,694

5 Escrow Bank USA Midvale, Utah General Motors Corp., Detroit bank 115,615 116,472 99.26 44,413 40,037

6 Legg Mason Trust Co. Baltimore none bank 19,186 19,363 99.09 NA 31,153

7 Nationwide Trust Co. FSB Columbus, Ohio Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., Columbus, Ohio thrift 163,785 165,472 98.98 108,760 108,026

8 HSBC Bank Nevada Las Vegas HSBC Holdings PLC, London bank 1,840,095 1,859,114 98.98 1,753,460 2,418,559

9 TIAA-CREF Trust Co. FSB Saint Louis, Mo. TIAA Board of Overseers, New York thrift 17,088 17,282 98.88 14,970 16,253

10 Talbots Classics National Bank Lincoln, R.I. none bank 7,156 7,243 98.80 6,620 10,384

11 First National Bank of Marin Las Vegas none bank 65,283 66,201 98.61 87,065 92,379

12 Credit First Brook Park, Ohio none bank 11,674 11,840 98.60 10,084 6,535

13 SEI Private Trust Co. Oaks, Pa. SEI Investments Co., Oaks, Pa. thrift 116,799 118,544 98.53 95,500 61,659

14 InaTrust FSB Wilmington, Del. ACE Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda thrift 1,491 1,514 98.48 225 3,412

15 JLB Service Bank New Castle, Del. none bank 3,427 3,495 98.05 5,112 3,487

16 National Advisors Trust Co. FSB Overland Park, Kan. National Advisors Holdings Inc., Overland Park, Kan. thrift 3,159 3,222 98.04 2,218 4,021

17 Davidson Trust Co. Great Falls, Mont. DADCO Inc., Great Falls, Mont. thrift 5,430 5,548 97.87 6,008 4,899

18 MMA Trust Co. Goshen, Ind. Mennonite Mutual Aid Association, Goshen, Ind. thrift 1,946 1,990 97.79 1,509 3,074

19 Chevron Credit Bank Murray, Utah none bank 82,724 84,789 97.56 77,256 131,216

20 Franklin Resources Inc. San Mateo, Calif. none bank 4,528,672 4,653,006 97.33 3,644,305 8,891,541

21 Amvescap National Trust Co. Atlanta none bank 46,560 48,013 96.97 43,688 249,798

22 Capital Bank and Trust Co. Brea, Calif. Capital Group Cos. Inc., Los Angeles thrift 88,482 91,259 96.96 75,346 103,818

23 FBR National Trust Co. Arlington, Va. none bank 8,332 8,624 96.61 9,315 18,410

24 Cedar Hill National Bank Lawrenceville, Ga. none bank 4,376 4,541 96.37 3,791 9,345

25 Spirit of America National Bank Milford, Ohio none bank 17,691 18,442 95.93 13,171 27,330

26 Guardian Trust Co. FSB New York Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America, New York thrift 4,267 4,459 95.69 3,026 7,078

27 Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Milwaukee Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee thrift 4,769 5,005 95.28 3,099 12,006

28 Exante Bank Inc. Salt Lake City UnitedHealth Group Inc., Minnetonka, Minn. bank 27,628 29,044 95.12 22,444 87,895

29 Independence Trust Co. Franklin, Tenn. Independence Holding Corp., Franklin, Tenn. thrift 1,639 1,730 94.74 1,259 2,866

30 Country Trust Bank Bloomington, Ill. Illinois Agricultural Association, Bloomington thrift 14,619 15,637 93.49 12,954 28,802

31 First Electronic Bank Draper, Utah none bank 2,786 2,983 93.40 818 11,402

32 Mizuho Trust and Banking Co. USA New York Mizuho Financial Group Inc. Tokyo bank 31,073 33,326 93.24 29,610 87,715

33 Frontier Trust Co. FSB Fargo, N.D. AXA, Paris thrift 7,470 8,028 93.05

6,416 11,746

34 Target National Bank Sioux Falls, S.D. none bank 312,613 336,311 92.95

350,064 162,532

35 Target Bank Salt Lake City Target Corp. Minneapolis bank 1,084 1,167 92.89 169 14,905

36 BBVA Bancomer Financial Holdings Inc. …

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