This map shows the largest bank in every state

Were you surprised by the biggest bank in your state?

There are certain landmarks you imagine when you think of certain states—Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, the Golden Gate Bridge in California, the Empire State Building in New York.

But here’s an unconventional way to look at our country: by figuring out which banks is the largest in each state. The folks over at GOBankingRates have done just that and created this colorful map that shows which bank is the largest in your state.

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To figure out which bank was the biggest in each state, GOBankingRates used the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s directory to see which bank has the most asset in each state. In a handful of states, they listed the second largest banks because the largest bank wasn’t actually a bank at all, it was an investment and wealth management company.

Want to view the full list? Check out this list from GOBankingRates to see how your state stacks up.

Alabama

  • Regions Bank
  • 1,600 branches
  • $125 billion in assets

Alaska

  • First National Bank Alaska
  • 30 branches
  • $3.6 billion in assets

Arizona

  • Western Alliance Bank
  • 42 branches
  • $17 billion in assets

Arkansas

  • Bank of the Ozarks
  • 250 branches
  • $18.8 billion in assets

California

  • MUFG Union Bank
  • 350 branches
  • $115 billion in assets

Colorado

  • FirstBank
  • 120 branches
  • $16.9 billion in assets

Connecticut

  • People’s United Bank
  • 400 branches
  • $40 billion in assets

Delaware

  • PNC Bank
  • 2,500 branches
  • $355.9 billion in assets

Florida

  • Everbank (with a close second to BankUnited)
  • Online only
  • $27.8 billion in assets

Georgia

  • SunTrust Bank
  • 1,300 branches
  • $200 billion in assets

Hawaii

  • First Hawaiian Bank
  • 57 branches
  • $19 billion in assets

Idaho

  • D.L. Evans Bank
  • 31 branches
  • $1.3 billion in assets

Illinois

  • BMO Harris Bank
  • 608 branches
  • $106 billion in assets

Indiana

  • Old National Bank
  • 200 branches
  • $14.8 billion in assets

Iowa

  • MetaBank
  • 10 branches
  • $4 billion in assets

Kansas

  • Capitol Federal Savings Bank
  • 47 branches
  • $9 billion in assets

Kentucky

  • Republic Bank & Trust Company
  • 47 branches
  • $4.8 billion in assets

Louisiana

  • Iberiabank
  • 201 branches
  • $21.5 billion in assets

Maine

  • The Camden National Bank
  • 66 branches
  • $3.8 billion in assets

Maryland

  • EagleBank
  • 24 branches
  • $6.8 million

Massachusetts

  • Eastern Bank
  • 92 branches
  • $9.8 billion in assets

Michigan

  • Chemical Bank
  • 260 branches
  • $17.3 billion in assets

Minnesota

  • Bremer Bank
  • 91 branches
  • $11.5 billion in assets

Mississippi

  • Whitney Bank
  • 242 branches
  • $24 billion in assets

Missouri

  • Commerce Bank
  • 186 branches
  • $15.5 billion in assets

Montana

  • Glacier Bank
  • 134 branches
  • $9.4 billion in assets

Nebraska

  • First National Bank of Omaha
  • 103 branches
  • $18.9 billion in assets

Nevada

  • Charles Schwab Bank
  • 2 branches
  • $175 billion in assets

New Hampshire

  • Mascoma Savings Bank
  • 26 branches
  • $1.5 billion in assets

New Jersey

  • Investors Bank
  • 154 branches
  • $23 billion in assets

New Mexico

  • The First National Bank of Santa Fe
  • 24 branches
  • $1.7 billion in assets

New York

  • Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company
  • 858 branches
  • $122 billion in assets

North Carolina

  • Bank of America
  • 4,707 branches
  • $1.7 trillion in assets

North Dakota

  • Bell Bank
  • 20 branches
  • $4 billion in assets

Ohio

  • JPMorgan Chase Bank
  • 5,411 branches
  • $2 trillion in assets

Oklahoma

  • BOK Financial
  • 137 Branches
  • $32 billion in assets

Oregon

  • Umpqua Bank
  • 313 branches
  • $24.7 billion in assets

Pennsylvania

  • Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania
  • 365 branches
  • $37 billion in assets

Rhode Island

  • Citizens Bank
  • 848 branches
  • $116 billion in assets

South Carolina

  • South State Bank
  • 137 branches
  • $8.9 billion in assets

South Dakota

  • Wells Fargo
  • 6,180 branches
  • $1.7 trillion in asets

Tennessee

  • First Tennessee Bank
  • 136 branches
  • $28 billion in assets

Texas

  • USAA Federal Savings Bank
  • 1 branch
  • $77.7 billion in assets

Utah

  • Ally Bank
  • 1 branch
  • $123 billion in assets

Vermont

  • Merchants Bank
  • 32 branches
  • $2 billion in assets

Virginia

  • Capital One
  • 705 branches
  • $266 billion in assets

Washington

  • Washington Federal
  • 243 branches
  • $14.8 billion in assets

West Virginia

  • WesBanco Bank
  • 178 branches
  • $9.7 billion in assets

Wisconsin

  • Associated Bank
  • 226 branches
  • 29 billion in assets

Wyoming

  • Hilltop National Bank
  • 6 branches
  • $849 million in assets

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