By : Quick Insurance Guru

Monday, 29 August 2022

1. Berkshire Hathaway

Annual Revenue: $282.305 billion

Is an American multinational conglomerate holding company. Its CEO is the well-known Warren Buffet, who became a company shareholder in the 1960s.

2. JPMorgan Chase.

Annual Revenue: $128.296 billion

Is not only one of the oldest financial companies in the U.S., it’s also one of the largest in the country and the world.

3. Americas Bank

Annual Revenue: $94.382 billion

The first U.S. bank to introduce a general-use credit card with revolving credit, credit limits, and floor limits, and it eventually became Visa.

4. Citigroup

Annual Revenue: $79.865 billion

Formed in 1998 when Citicorp and Travelers Group merged, Citigroup is a multinational investment bank and financial services corporation.

5. Wells Fargo

Annual Revenue: $78.5 billion

In 1852 during the Gold Rush to provide the West with banking services and connect it to the rest of the country through shipping and delivery services.

6. Freddie Mac

Revenue: $75.125 billion

$2.063 trillion in assets under its management as it works to keep the U.S. housing market liquid, stable, & affordable by buying mortgage loans from lenders.

7. MetLife

Annual Revenue: $71.08 billion

MetLife, Inc. serves clients in over 40 countries with various types of insurance, retirement, and savings services.

8. Goldman Sachs

Annual Revenue: $54.568 billion

Founded in 1869, Goldman Sachs is a multinational investment bank and financial services company that offers investment management, securities, asset

9. American Express

Annual Revenue: $46.293 billion

American Express is a multinational financial services corporation best known for its charge cards, credit cards, and traveler’s cheques.

10. Capital One

Annual Revenue: $32.033 billion

The company is run by its founder, Richard Fairbank, and played a large part in helping credit cards rise in popularity during the 90s.

11. U.S. Bank

Annual Revenue: $23 billion

U.S. Bank National Association (more commonly referred to as U.S. Bank), which offers banking, investment, mortgage, trust, and payment services to its clients.

12. Fannie Mae

Annual Revenue: $22.2 billion

Fannie Mae actually stands for Federal National Mortgage Association and was founded in 1938 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a part of the New Deal.