We ranked the 100 largest publicly traded banks and thrifts on eight measures of financial health: return on average equity; net interest margin; nonperforming loans (NPLs) as a percentage of loans; nonperforming assets as percentage of assets; reserves as a percentage of NPLs; two capital ratios (Tier 1 and risk-based); and leverage ratio. The data is provided by Charlottesville, Va., financial data provider SNL Financial
, but Forbes compiles the ranking of the best and worst banks based on an average of the individual ranks of each metric.
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