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Loan Holding

Pacific Rim (27) 12/31/98

Pacific Rim (27)

Japan (22 banking companies) 23.51% of top 100 loan $2,556,570

South Korea (1) 0.36% 39,310

Australia (4) 2.43% 264,476

Americas (22)

Brazil (1 banking company) 0.19% of top 100 loan hol 21,119

Canada (5) 3.89% 423,061

United States (16) 15.12% 1,643,894

European Union (36)

France (6 banking companies) 7.66% of top 100 loan h 833,414

Italy (6) 4.58% 498,524

Germany (12) 16.17% 1,758,330

Austria (1) 0.72% 78,182

Belgium (4) 2.225 241,626

Netherlands (3) 5.555 603,590

Spain (3) 1.87% 203,255

Finland (1) 0.64% 69,804

Europe - Other (15)

Denmark (2 banking companies) 0.78% of top 100 loan 84,304

Sweden (2) 0.90% 97,444

Switzerland (2) 2.89% 314,283

United Kingdom (9) 10.51% 1,143,240

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Nonperfo

Totals and averag Gross Loans

Pacific 12/31/97 %Change 12/31/9812/31/9712/31/98

Pacific Rim (27)

Japan ($3,304,000-22.62% 61.83% 58.72% 6.27%

South K 42,891 -8.35 49.12 56.39 N/A

Austral 244,360 8.23 66.21 64.72 1.11

Americas (22)

Brazil 21,391 -1.27 23.81 26.5 34.35

Canada 415,161 1.9 56.74 58.67 1.01

United 1,580,289 4.02 55.32 56.7 0.95

European Union (36)

France 816,968 2.01 42.47 42.65 7.1

Italy ( 475,777 4.78 56.43 53.88 7.16

Germany1,621,730 8.42 48.72 50.6 1.46

Austria 65,230 19.86 55.78 52.54 N/A

Belgium 281,447 -14.15 42.49 38.81 0.66

Netherl 507,430 18.95 48.66 51.51 2.93

Spain ( 179,216 13.41 47.12 44.31 2.08

Finland 62,698 11.33 62.3 58.31 5.14

Europe - Other (15)

Denmark 78,701 7.12 51.63 52.39 0.65

Sweden 99,777 -2.34 49.54 53.12 1.83

Switzer 360,038 -12.71 27.21 28.67 5.93

United 1,125,642 1.56 53.13 54.67 2.2

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Interest Income as a

Totals Interest% of Total Revenue

Pacific12/31/97 12/31/9812/31/97 12/31/97

Pacific Rim (27)

Japan ( 3.55% 1.20% 1.07% 59.98% 55.70%

South K N/A 0.29 0.2 N/M N/M

Austral 1.02 3.16 3.4 62.06 63.95

Americas (22)

Brazil 21.07 12.39 7.77 56.68 38.09

Canada 1.06 2.13 2.32 52.52 54.89

United 0.83 3.24 3.44 48.82 53.41

European Union (36)

France 8.04 1.29 1.48 37.35 43.49

Italy ( 6.49 2.38 2.5 56.84 61.64

Germany 1.51 0.8 0.85 55.7 59.78

Austria N/A 1.52 1.46 46.75 49.24

Belgium 0.74 1.27 1.35 58 58.73

Netherl 2.45 2.71 2.9 51.66 53.08

Spain ( 2.78 2.96 2.74 59.42 59

Finland 6.59 2.2 2.16 52.62 56.78

Europe - Other (15)

Denmark 1.05 1.74 1.82 59.12 60.86

Sweden 2.02 1.23 1.56 63.7 67.68

Switzer 5.83 1.17 1.31 24.73 23.04

United 1.91 2.7 2.67 62.33 62.12

Source: Thomson Financial BankWatch and American Banker research. (a) For a handful of Japanese banks the 3/99 reports were not available and therefore American Banker utilized company websites and Bloomberg. Consolidated data, including affiliates in which ownership exceeds 50%, are used whenever possible. (u) Unconsolidated and unaudited information. The 1997 data are as reported in 1998 and have not been restated for mergers or changes in accounting principles. In the case of banks from Japan, all data are for fiscal years ended March 31, 1999, and March 31, 1998, respectively.In the case of banks from Australia, all data are for fiscal years ended Sept. 30, 1998, and Sept. 30, 1997, respectively. In the case of banks from Canada, all data are for fiscal years ended Oct. 31, 1998, and Oct. 31, 1997, respectively. In the case of banks from Scotland, all data are for fiscal years ended Feb. 28, 1999, and Feb. 28, 1998, respectively. American Banker 1999 ===

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