US bank minnows growing faster than giants

The largest US lenders have increased assets at a slower clip than their smaller rivals since 2012.

Peer group 1 bank holding companies, those over $10 billion in size, grew assets by 7% over 2018. They were outpaced by peer group 2 firms, those between $3 billion and $10 billion in size, which grew at a rate of 9.35% and peer group 3 firms, of between $1 billion to $3 billion in size, which increased assets by 9.88%.

Peer group 4 banks, of $500 million to $1 billion in size, grew at a rate

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