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Articles - January 2013
Monday, December 17, 2012

BANKS

RANKED BY 6/30/12 OREGON & CLARK CO. DEPOSITS
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE OR SENIOR EXECS OR DEPOSITS / TOTAL DEPOSITS OR BRANCHES / TOTAL BRANCHES YEAR ESTAB / HQ CITY
1 U.S. Bank 111 S.W. Fifth Ave.
Portland 97204 503-275-4289
Malia Wasson $11.8b
$220.7b
211
3133
1863
Minneapolis, Minn.
2 Wells Fargo & Co. 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave., 20th Fl.
Portland 97201 800-869-3557
Don Pearson, April Sanderson $9.6b
$847.7b
135
6312
1852
San Francisco, Calif.
3 Bank of America 121 S.W. Morrison St., Ste. 1700
Portland 97204 503-275-1429
Roger Hinshaw $9.5b
$991.7b
93
5656
1904
Charlotte, N.C.

 

CREDIT UNIONS

RANKED BY 6/30/12 SHARES & DEPOSITS
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE PRINCIPAL OFFICER SHARES & DEP / TOTAL ASSETS MEMBERS / FT EMPLOYEES BRANCHES / CHARTER YEAR
1 OnPoint Community P.O. Box 3750
Portland 97208 800-527-3932
Robert Stuart $2.8b
$3.2b
241,118
21
440
1932
2 Oregon Community P.O. Box 77002
Eugene 97401 541-687-2347
Mandy Jones $1.0b
$1.1b
103,139
10
251
1981
3 SELCO Community P.O. Box 7487
Eugene 97475 800-686-8000
Bob Newcomb $917.2m
$1.0b
86,705
14
249
1936

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