The financial markets in the US are known to be one of the largest sectors in the world. The financial services and insurance sector also account for employing the highest number of people in the US. The top Financial Companies have an exhaustive range of operations all along with the streams of money and capital in the economic cycle.

This lucrative business wasn’t able to hide from the current startup disruption and it has already seen a few “unicorns” in the Fintech and InsurTechsector with a valuation of more than 1 billion dollars.

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To give you a clear outlook on the Financial Markets in the US here is a list of Top 30 Financial Companies in the US. They are ranked as per market capitalization in USD. Each company is detailed with its sub-industry and market cap.

1. Berkshire Hathaway: Sub-Industry: Multi-Sector Holdings/ Market Cap.: $ 555.721 Billion
2. JPMorgan Chase: Sub-Industry: Diversified Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 423.032 Billion
3. Bank of America: Sub-Industry: Diversified Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 305.819 Billion
4. Wells Fargo: Sub-Industry: Diversified Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 197.791 Billion
5. Citigroup: Sub-Industry: Diversified Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 166.359 Billion
6. American Express: Sub-Industry: Consumer Finance/ Market Cap.: $ 106.774 Billion
7. Morgan Stanley: Sub-Industry: Investment Banking & Brokerage/ Market Cap.: $ 87.718 Billion
8. BlackRock: Sub-Industry: Asset Management & Custody Banks/Market Cap.: $ 86.327 Billion
9. U.S. Bancorp: Sub-Industry: Diversified Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 85.309 Billion
10. Goldman Sachs: Sub-Industry: Investment Banking & Brokerage/ Market Cap.: $ 84.273 Billion
11. CME Group: Sub-Industry: Financial Exchanges & Data/ Market Cap.: $ 76.403 Billion
12. Truist Financial: Sub-Industry: Regional Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 72.840 Billion
13. Chubb: Sub-Industry: Property & Casualty Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 72.611 Billion
14. S&P Global: Sub-Industry: Financial Exchanges & Data/ Market Cap.: $ 72.215 Billion
15. PNC Financial Services: Sub-Industry: Regional Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 66.401 Billion
16. Charles Schwab: Sub-Industry: Investment Banking & Brokerage/ Market Cap.: $ 60.773 Billion
17. Marsh & McLennan: Sub-Industry: Insurance Brokers/ Market Cap.: $ 58.686 Billion
18. Aon: Sub-Industry: Insurance Brokers/ Market Cap.: $ 53.706 Billion
19. Intercontinental Exchange: Sub-Industry: Financial Exchanges & Data/ Market Cap.: $ 51.581 Billion
20. Moody’s: Sub-Industry: Financial Exchanges & Data/ Market Cap.: $ 50.504 Billion
21. Progressive: Sub-Industry: Property & Casualty Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 48.676 Billion
22. MetLife: Sub-Industry: Life & Health Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 47.211 Billion
23. American International Group: Sub-Industry: Property & Casualty Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 46.508 Billion
24. Capital One: Sub-Industry: Consumer Finance/ Market Cap.: $ 46.482 Billion
25. The Bank of New York Mellon: Sub-Industry: Asset Management & Custody Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 42.557 Billion
26. Allstate Corp: Sub-Industry: Property & Casualty Insurance/Market Cap.: $ 39.667 Billion
27. Aflac: Sub-Industry: Life & Health Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 38.469 Billion
28. Prudential Financial: Sub-Industry: Life & Health Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 37.754 Billion
29. Travelers: Sub-Industry: Property & Casualty Insurance/ Market Cap.: $ 34.751 Billion
30. T. Rowe Price: Sub-Industry: Asset Management & Custody Banks/ Market Cap.: $ 32.304 Billion.

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Here are the top 30 largest and most powerful Financial Services companies in the US. They have managed to successfully overcome the domestic and international competition and made it to our top 30 list.

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