The Dec. 8 edition of Louisville Business First features two lists: the area's largest banks and Kentucky's largest SBA lenders. The annual banks list ranks 39 banks by the total deposits in the Louisville metropolitan statistical area as of June 30. Other information on the list includes a look at last year's MSA deposits, market share and the dollar amount of deposits outside the MSA.
PNC Bank tops Louisville Business First's lists of banks, which appears on pages 20 and 22. A review of the data shows that the company has ranked No. 1 on each of our last five annual lists. This year, the bank's market share is 22.5 percent. The bank has 56 offices in the Louisville market and 2,561 overall. PNC's market deposits are $6.1 billion and $251.6 billion outside of the market. So how does that compare with other markets in the region?
The Dec. 8 edition of Louisville Business First features two lists: one of the area's largest banks and the other of Kentucky's largest SBA lenders. The SBA lenders list is ranked by number of SBA 7(a) and 504 loans and includes data of average loan amount and total dollar value of the loans given. Information for the list was obtained from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Kentucky District Office, SBA Small Business Resource Guide and company websites.
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