+++ Largest Ratios: CMOs/Total Securities

Ratio (%)

1 Chase Manhattan Bank Fla NA, Tampa(92) 98.27

2 Massachusetts Co. Inc., Boston(82) 83.06

3 First of Amer. Bank-SE Mich NA, Detroit (16) 74.10

4 First Amer. Nat'l Bank, Nashville, Tenn. (10) 72.79

5 Provident Bank, Cincinnati(64) 72.01

6 National Bank of Commerce, Memphis(45) 70.92

7 PNC Bank , Ohio, NA, Cincinnati(28) 70.25

8 First of Amer. Bk-Mich., NA, Kalamazoo(100) 67.08

9 First Tennessee Bank NA , Memphis(15) 65.10

10 National City Bank, Columbus, Ohio(42) 64.57 Largest Gains in CMOs (9/30/93-9/30/94)

Gain (%)

1 Texas Commerce Bank NA, Houston(58) 1,201

2 Shawmut Bank Connecticut NA, Hartford(66) 729

3 Republic National Bank of New York(50) 700

4 First Union Nat'l Bank, Washington, D.C.(67) 677

5 Chase Manhattan Bank Fla. NA, Tampa(92) 408

6 Old Kent Bank & Tr. Co., Grand Rapids(46) 151

7 Union Trust Co., Stamford, Conn.(70) 135

8 Star Bank, NA, Cincinnati(38) 101

9 Manufacturers Bank, Los Angeles (95) 97

10 First Alabama Bank, Birmingham (43) 93 Largest Declines in CMOs (9/30/93-9/30/94)

Drop (%)

1 Huntington National Bank, Columbus(75) 62.37

2 Marine Midland Bank, Buffalo, N.Y.(47) 55.26

3 First Union NB of Fla., Jacksonville(17) 54.57

4 First NB of Maryland, Baltimore(83) 50.41

5 NBD Bank, NA, Indianapolis(80) 50.21

6 National City Bank, Cleveland(72) 47.24

7 CoreStates Bank, NA, Philadelphia(54) 46.90

8 SouthTrust Bk of Georgia, NA, Atlanta(90) 44.58

9 NationsBank , NA, Bethesda, Md.(6) 44.22

10 Bank South, NA, Atlanta(48) 43.20 === Data Source: Compiled by American Banker from data provided by Sheshunoff Information Services Inc., Austin, Tex. The number appearing in parenthesis after the bank's name, is its respective rank among the top 100 banks in mortgage investments; mortgage-backed securities; and collateralized mortgage obligations. American Banker, 1995.

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