The largest U.S. banks are among the top three financial institutions by assets, according to an analysis of financial data from data firm, MarketWatch.
The analysis of publicly available data from the Federal Reserve, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other sources found that JPMorgan Chase is the largest U.”s financial institution, with assets of $1.9 trillion.
It is followed by Citigroup at $1 trillion, Bank of America at $939 billion and Wells Fargo at $819 billion.
Other major players include UBS at $638 billion, Goldman Sachs at $593 billion and Morgan Stanley at $570 billion.
The biggest banks are not necessarily the biggest names, however, because the financial services industry has many smaller players.
For example, the average size of a bank’s assets is smaller than that of a Fortune 500 company.
JPMorgan Chase reported $1,038.6 billion in assets in the fourth quarter, compared with $1 billion by Wells Fargo and $1 million by Citibank.
MarketWatch’s analysis also included assets from smaller banks.
For instance, UBS had assets of just $2.6 trillion in the quarter.
Other banks include Bank of Nova Scotia, which reported $2 billion in the third quarter.
The data is based on publicly available information from the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority, which tracks transactions between financial institutions.
The financial data also includes a variety of types of assets, including debt and other assets, stocks and bonds, currencies, and other types of loans.
For its analysis, Market Watch used publicly available financial data for the fourth-quarter and three-month periods ending in March.
This analysis, which included assets held by U.N. agencies and the U and U.A.E. economies, also included nonfinancial assets, such as debt and equity, as well as foreign currency.
The figures exclude assets held for tax purposes, including a portion of the $8.3 trillion held by some U. S. Treasury bonds and foreign currency denominated in U. A.E., the U S. dollar and the Euro.
The full data, as compiled by Market Watch, can be viewed here.
Market Watch said it is the first analysis to include the full data from a single financial institution.
It was developed by research firm Lazard and is based primarily on the Bank of England’s National Accounts data, which are available for purchase from the Financial Stability Board.
The information is available online at www.marketwatch.com.
Marketwatch said it expects the Bank’s analysis to show that the UBS, Citigroup and UBS are the largest players in the U .
S. financial markets.
The firm said it believes the Bank data should provide further evidence of the economic importance of the U s financial services sector, which has grown at a rapid pace.
The report also shows that the total size of the financial sector in the United States has been growing at a faster rate than the overall economy, which it says “provides a more complete picture of the nation s financial position.”
MarketWatch said that the analysis should also highlight that the financial industry is growing at different rates than the broader economy, with the biggest financial players having the largest financial assets and the smallest financial liabilities.
The U.s. economy has been slowing in recent years as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and others have been scrutinizing the banks’ practices.
A number of banks have been fined and are under investigation for their handling of customer accounts, including Bank of New York Mellon.
The Securities and Exchanges Commission has also fined and is investigating Bank of American and other U. s banks over the conduct of mortgage loans.
Market WATCH said it has published a list of some of the most prominent financial institutions in the country.