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Banking companies that hold $500 million or more in small business loans backed by nonfarm, nonresidential real estate with an original amount of $1 million or less. Totals combined for all subsidiaries on June 30, 1998, compared with J

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Small business loans secured

by commercial real estate

6/30/98

1 NationsBank Corp., Charlotte, N.C.$5,946.30

2 First Union Corp. Charlotte, N.C. 5,797.50

3 Banc One Corp., Columbus, Ohio (a) 3,545.70

4 Wells Fargo & Co., San Francisco 2,750.90

5 Norwest Corp., Minneapolis (a) 2,546.40

6 KeyCorp, Cleveland 2,331.20

7 SouthTrust Corp., Birmingham, Ala. 2,292.60

8 Wachovia Corp., Winston-Salem, N.C 2,292.20

9 SunTrust Banks Inc., Atlanta 2,270.80

10 National City Corp., Cleveland (a) 2,267.50

11 U.S. Bancorp, Minneapolis, Minn. 2,198.60

12 BB&T Corp., Winston-Salem, N.C. (a 2,142.50

13 Fleet Financial Group, Boston 2,097.40

14 First Chicago NBD Corp. 1,914.90

15 Huntington Bancshares Inc., Columb 1,648.40

16 PNC Bank Corp., Pittsburgh 1,418.50

17 Union Planters Corp., Memphis, Ten 1,345.70

18 Comerica Inc., Detroit 1,339.00

19 Marshall & Ilsley Corp., Milwaukee 1,269.80

20 Firstar Corp., Milwaukee 1,158.90

21 First American Corp., Nashville, T 1,137.90

22 Mercantile Bancorp, St. Louis, Mo. 1,136.70

23 Colonial Bancgroup, Montgomery, Al 975.3

24 Synovus Financial Corp., Columbus, 906.1

25 BankAmerica Corp., San Francisco 902.1

26 Zions Bancorp, Salt Lake City (a) 900.1

27 First Citizens Bancshares, Raleigh 895

28 Fifth Third Bancorp, Cincinnati, O 884

29 Summit Bancorp, Princeton, NJ 851.1

30 Citizens Financial Group, Providen 816.9

Total $55,648.90

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Top 30 Banking Companies in Small Business Commercial Real Estate Lending

Banking companies that hold $500 million or more in small business loans backed by nonfarm, nonresidential real estate with an original amount of $1 million or less. Totals combined for all subsidiaries on June 30, 1998, compared wi

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1 NationsBank Corp., Charlotte, $6,002.10 -0.93%

2 First Union Corp. Charlotte, N 6,136.50 -5.52

3 Banc One Corp., Columbus, Ohio 3,479.30 1.91

4 Wells Fargo & Co., San Francis 2,686.00 2.42

5 Norwest Corp., Minneapolis (a) 1,987.80 28.1

6 KeyCorp, Cleveland N/A N/M

7 SouthTrust Corp., Birmingham, 1,809.70 26.69

8 Wachovia Corp., Winston-Salem, 2,005.20 14.31

9 SunTrust Banks Inc., Atlanta 2,289.70 -0.82

10 National City Corp., Cleveland 2,204.10 2.88

11 U.S. Bancorp, Minneapolis, Min 2,018.70 8.91

12 BB&T Corp., Winston-Salem, N.C 1,622.50 32.05

13 Fleet Financial Group, Boston 2,463.30 -14.85

14 First Chicago NBD Corp. 1,633.30 17.24

15 Huntington Bancshares Inc., Co 1,217.00 35.44

16 PNC Bank Corp., Pittsburgh 1,501.20 -5.51

17 Union Planters Corp., Memphis, 1,121.80 19.96

18 Comerica Inc., Detroit 1,320.80 1.38

19 Marshall & Ilsley Corp., Milwa 1,192.80 6.45

20 Firstar Corp., Milwaukee 1,071.20 8.19

21 First American Corp., Nashvill 1,058.80 7.48

22 Mercantile Bancorp, St. Louis, 1,078.10 5.44

23 Colonial Bancgroup, Montgomery 654.3 49.05

24 Synovus Financial Corp., Colum 866.2 4.6

25 BankAmerica Corp., San Francis 1,910.20 -52.77

26 Zions Bancorp, Salt Lake City 638.9 40.89

27 First Citizens Bancshares, Ral 664.9 34.59

28 Fifth Third Bancorp, Cincinnat 611 44.69

29 Summit Bancorp, Princeton, NJ 747.4 13.87

30 Citizens Financial Group, Prov 805.7 1.38

$52,798.70 5.51%

Source: Sheshunoff Information Services, Austin, Tex. Small Business Commercial Real Estate Loans are outstanding loans with original amounts less than $1 million held by banks whether originated or purchased by the institution which are secured by nonfarm, nonresidential properties. (a) Small business loan balances for June 30, 1997, are adjusted to reflect mergers completed from July 1, 1997, to June 30, 1998. ( ) Majority owned by a foreign bank. N/A - Not available N/R - Not ranked by American Banker in 1997. ===

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