Share of Deposits by Size of Institution, 1995 to 2014

Date: 20 Apr 2015 | posted in: Banking | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

In 1995, giant banks, defined as those with over $100 million assets in 2010 dollars, held only a small portion of U.S. deposits. Today, they control 58 percent of the market, while small and mid-sized banks and credit unions have seen their share of deposits shrink.

Graph: Share of U.S. Deposits, 1995.

Graph: Share of U.S. Deposits, 2005.

Graph: Share of U.S. Deposits, 2014.

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Olivia LaVecchia is a former senior researcher with ILSR’s Community-Scaled Economy Initiative. Her work focused on building awareness and support for public policy tools that strengthen locally owned businesses and check concentrated economic power.