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The world of banking is not standardized, but complex and uniquely organized within various financial organizations. Bank of America is the largest bank in the United States, based on assets, and is among the largest banks based on market capitalization. The Bank of America saga began in 1904 when Amadeo Gianni, an Italian-American from California, decided to create a specialized bank called Bank of Italy. The bank originated in California and expanded through organic growth and merges, to become a global institution with a presence in 150 countries and an unrivaled U.S. network. Bank of America has put emphasis on developing its brand and diversity. Several of its activities are personal banking, investments, and securities management. Chase Bank, the consumer and commercial division of JP Morgan Chase, which has a history in banking of over two hundred years. Chase National Bank, formed in 1877 and merged with The Bank of The Manhattan Company in 1955, and became known as the Chase Manhattan Bank. There are many companies that have played a part over the years in the
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at Broome Community College.

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