Factbox-US mid-sized banks with over or close to $100 billion in assets

(Reuters) – Regional U.S. banks’ shares sank on Wednesday, dragged down by a 46% plunge in the shares of New York Community Bancorp after it cut its dividend and posted a surprise loss.

The dividend was cut to bolster its capital as NYCB prepares to deal with potentially stricter regulation for banks with more than $100 billion of assets. The purchase of some Signature Bank assets last year along with the acquisition of Flagstar in 2022 pushed the bank’s assets above that threshold.

Here are a few other U.S. mid-sized banks that either have more than $100 billion in assets or are nearing the threshold:

Bank Name Consolidated Assets (In Bln)

HSBC North America $161.30


Regions Financial $152.91


Northern Trust $145.82

Discover Financial $141.24


New York Community $111.17


Santander Holdings $98.57


RBC US Group $96.84


Zions $87.27


Comerica $85.81

First Horizon Corp $82.24

Source: Federal Reserve data as of Sept. 30, 2023

(Compiled by Arasu Kannagi Basil in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri)