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About the company

Truist Financial Corporation (Truist) is a financial holding company. The Company operates through its commercial bank subsidiary, Truist Bank (the Bank), and other nonbank subsidiaries. It provides a range of banking services to commercial and consumer clients, which includes asset management, automobile lending, bankcard lending, consumer lending, home equity lending, insurance, investment brokerage services, mobile/online banking, payment solutions, private equity investments, retail deposit services, small business lending and student lending. Its services also include capital markets services, commercial deposit and treasury services, commercial finance, commercial mortgage lending, corporate banking, governmental finance, floor plan lending, leasing, investment banking services, treasury and payment solutions and supply chain financing. Truist operates in three segments: Consumer Banking and Wealth, Corporate and Commercial Banking, and Insurance Holdings.

  • Revenue in USD (TTM)13.77bn
  • Net income in USD6.03bn
  • Incorporated1968
  • Employees52.29k
  • Location
    Truist Financial Corp214 N. Tryon St.CHARLOTTE 28202United StatesUSA
  • Phone+0 (336) 733-2000
  • Websitehttps://www.truist.com/
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