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Banker's dozen: January - May 1991.

BANKER'S DOZEN

January - May 1991
 mtg. value mortgage
 mtg./asset(*) (millions) volume
Bank of Little Rock 11.28 $2.35 37
First Jacksonville([dagger]) 9.41 9.93 155
Eagle B&T 6.49 2.63 38
Pulaski B&T([dagger]) 5.76 7.58 119
First Commercial([dagger]) 4.78 44.00 418
Twin City 4.21 24.94 317
First Exchange 3.77 1.07 16
Metropolitan National 3.54 6.03 75
Central B&T 3.41 1.00 12
Union National L.R.([dagger])([subsection]) 2.95 17.63 249
One National([dagger]) 2.85 6.62 97
National Bank of Ark. 2.61 0.82 19
Worthen B&T([dagger]) 2.18 20.06 290


(*)-Rankings are determined by the ratio of total mortgages filed by a bank and its total assets as of Dec. 31, 1990. That number is reflected as a percentage. ([dagger])-Activity of mortgage subsidiaries is included. ([section])-Combined operations in Little Rock and Jacksonville.
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Publication:Arkansas Business
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Date:Jun 24, 1991
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