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No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leasesequity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%28%

The ratio of equity to total assets was 267 / 2281 = 12%.

No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets was 267 / 2281 = 12%.

No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets was 267 / 2281 = 12%.

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No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets iswas 267 / 2281 = 12%.

No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets is 267 / 2281 = 12%.

No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets was 267 / 2281 = 12%.

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No.

Taking Bank of America for example, according to the Bank of America Corporation 2017 annual financial report (see especially Table 6 on page 39):

The value of all loans and leases was $937 billion while the value of deposits was $1,310 billion.

More broadly, the value of all assets (loans and leases being assets), after allowing for a $10 billion loss on loans, was $2,281 billion.

Liabilities, (deposits being considered liabilities) were $2,014 billion.

Shareholder equity was $267 billion.

So the ratio of equity to loans and leases was 267 / 937 = 28%

The ratio of equity to total assets is 267 / 2281 = 12%.