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Coles Myer, Ltd., through its subsidiaries, engages in the ownership and operation of retail stores in Australia and New Zealand. Its stores offer various products, including food, groceries, and general merchandise; sporting goods, toys, and electrical appliances; stationary, consumables, business machines, and office furniture; womenswear, intimate apparel, menswear, childrenswear, accessories, and soft homewares; and cosmetics and footwear. The company also supplies various food and nonfood items in supermarkets, discount stores, department stores, liquor stores, office supplies stores, automotive service centers, fuel outlets, and online. In addition, it provides printing services. As of July 31, 2005, Coles Myer operated 2,650 stores in Australia and New Zealand. The company was founded in 1914. It was formerly known as G.J. Coles & Coy. Limited and changed its name to Coles Myer, Ltd. in 1986. Coles Myer is based in Tooronga, Australia.


The Toronto-Dominion Bank and its subsidiaries provide retail and commercial banking, wealth management, and wholesale banking products and services in the United States, Canada, and internationally. The bank operates in four segments: Canadian Personal and Commercial Banking, U.S. Personal and Commercial Banking, Wholesale Banking, and Wealth Management. The Canadian Personal and Commercial Banking segment provides mortgages and home equity lines of credit, dollar checking, savings and term investment vehicles loans, overdraft protection products, credit cards, small business banking and merchant services, lending, deposits, investment, life and health insurance, and personal automobile and home insurance. The U.S. Personal and Commercial Banking segment offers checking, savings, money-market, term investment, merchant services, and cash management products; wealth advisory, investment management, and investment advisory services; insurance products and services, including homeowners, automobile, property and casualty, and employee benefits; and loans and loan-related services for commercial real estate, commercial businesses, residential real estate, and consumers. The Wholesale Banking segment provides corporate lending, trade finance, and related services; advice on corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, structuring tailored risk management solutions, and executing financial transactions, as well as on underwriting and distributing loan, debt, and equity products. The Wealth Management segment offers advisory, distribution, and asset management services; and discount brokerage, financial planning, and private client services. As of October 31, 2005, the bank operated approximately 2,400 automated banking machines and a network of 1,014 branches in Canada; and approximately 556 automated banking machines and 397 branches in the United States. The Toronto-Dominion Bank was formed in 1855 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.


Royal Bank of Canada offers a range of banking and financial services in North America and internationally. Its services comprise personal and commercial banking, which include lending, leasing deposit, and transaction products and services to small and medium-sized business, as well as to commercial, farming, and agriculture clients; wealth management services, such as investment and trust products and services through brokerage; asset management; trust services; investment counseling; and a range of life, creditor, health, travel, home, and auto insurance products and services to individuals and business clients. The bank also offers a range of corporate and investment banking, sales and trading, research, and related products and services to corporations, governments, and institutional clients. In addition, it provides debt products, such as loans and bonds, and derivatives; and foreign exchange, commodities, derivatives, and interest rate products, as well as offers brokerage, currency risk management, and advisory services. Further, the bank offers a range of credit and corporate finance products, including debt and equity underwriting, mergers and acquisitions advice, and execution and financial sponsor and private equity investor coverage. Additionally, it provides various credit cards and related payment products and solutions. As of October 31, 2005, the bank operated 1,419 bank branches, 65 business banking centers, and 4,277 automated banking machines. Royal Bank of Canada has a joint venture with Dexia SA to combine their institutional investor services businesses. The bank was formed in 1864 as Merchants Bank. It changed its name to Merchants' Bank of Halifax in 1869; to The Royal Bank of Canada in 1901; and to Royal Bank of Canada in 1990. Royal Bank is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.


The Bank of Nova Scotia provides a range of banking and financial services worldwide. It offers retail, commercial, corporate, investment, and wholesale banking services. The bank operates in three divisions: Domestic Banking, International Banking, and Scotia Capital. The Domestic Banking division provides retail and commercial banking services to individuals and small to medium-sized businesses in Canada. Its retail services include consumer and mortgage lending; credit and debit card services; savings, chequing, and retirement products; personal trust services; retail brokerage; mutual funds; and transaction services. It also offers wealth management services; deposit and cash management services to commercial clients; and merchant banking services. This division operated through a network of 954 branches and 2,624 automatic banking machines in Canada, as of October 31, 2005. The International Banking division provides personal, commercial, and corporate banking services, as well as trade finance in the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, Latin America, and Asia Pacific. As of October 31, 2005, this division offered its services through 366 branches and offices, and a network of 775 ABMs in the Caribbean and Central America; 444 branches and offices, and a network of 1,046 ABMs in Mexico; 57 branches and offices, and a network of 115 ABMs in Chile; and 24 branches and offices in the Asia Pacific region. The Scotia Capital division provides corporate lending, debt and equity underwriting, and mergers and acquisitions advisory services. It also offers products and services, such as fixed income; derivatives; foreign exchange; equity sales, trading, and research; and precious metals. The bank invests primarily in Canadian federal government debt, Canadian provincial and municipal debt, and the U.S. treasury and other agencies. The Bank of Nova Scotia was founded in 1832 and is headquartered in Halifax, Canada.


The Bank of New York Company, Inc., through its principal subsidiary, The Bank of New York, provides various financial products and services to financial institutions, corporations, government entities, endowments, and foundations worldwide. The company operates in four segments: Servicing and Fiduciary, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, and Financial Markets. The Servicing and Fiduciary segment includes securities servicing, global payment services, private client services, and asset management. The Corporate Banking segment provides lending and credit-related services to public and private financial institutions and corporations, as well as to public and private mid-size businesses in the New York metropolitan area. The Retail Banking segment includes retail deposit services, branch banking, and consumer and residential mortgage lending. The company operated 341 branches and 375 automated teller machines in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, as of March 31, 2005. The Financial Markets segment includes trading of foreign exchange and interest rate risk management products, investing and leasing activities, and treasury services to other segments. The company is headquartered in New York City.


Wells Fargo & Company (WFC) provides banking, insurance, investments, mortgage banking, and consumer finance in the United States and internationally. It operates in three segments: Community Banking (CB), Wholesale Banking (WB), and Wells Fargo Financial (WFF). The CB segment offers mutual funds, and personal and employee benefit trust, and agency assets. Loan products include equity lines and loans, equipment and transportation loans, and education loans. It also originates and purchases residential mortgage loans, and services mortgage loans and credit cards. The segment's deposit products include checking accounts, savings deposits, market rate and IRA accounts, and time deposits. CB segment also offers receivables and inventory financing, equipment leases, real estate financing, small business administration financing, venture capital financing, cash management, payroll services, retirement plans, and medical savings accounts. WB segment provides commercial, corporate, and real estate banking products and services, including letters of credit, asset-based lending, mezzanine financing, international trade facilities, foreign exchange services, treasury management, investment management, institutional fixed income and equity sales, online/electronic products, insurance brokerage services, and investment banking services. It also provides trade financing and collection services; construction loans; interim financing arrangements for completed structures; rehabilitation loans; housing loans; permanent loans for securitization; and real estate and mortgage brokerage services. WFF segment offers consumer and real estate loans to individuals; purchases sales finance contracts from retail merchants and automobile dealers; and makes loans secured by automobiles. It also provides credit cards and other commercial financing. As of December 31, 2004, the company operated through 6,046 stores. WFC was organized in 1929 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.


TCF Financial Corporation operates as the holding company for the TCF National Bank that offers banking services in the United States. The bank offers various products, which include commercial, small business, consumer, and residential mortgage loans, as well as deposit products. Its deposit instruments include consumer, small business, and commercial demand deposit accounts; interest-bearing checking accounts; money market accounts; regular savings accounts; certificates of deposit; and retirement savings plans. It also provides commercial real estate loans and education loans, as well as issues standby letters of credit. In addition, the bank offers leasing and equipment finance, securities brokerage, and investment and insurance services. As of September 30, 2005, the bank operated 442 banking offices in Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Indiana. TCF Financial Corporation is based in Wayzata, Minnesota.


Oriental Financial Group, Inc. operates as the holding company for the Oriental Bank and Trust, which offers commercial banking services primarily in Puerto Rico. The bank accepts demand deposits, savings accounts, and certificates of deposit, as well as offers consumer, commercial, and mortgage loans. The company, through its other subsidiaries, offers financial planning, investment banking, money management, investment brokerage services, insurance sales activity, corporate and individual trust services, as well as pension plan administration services. It also offers various types of IRAs, custodian accounts, and corporate trust accounts, as well as offers insurance products to its client base, such as fixed and variable annuities; and property, casualty, title, and life insurance. The company's investment portfolio primarily consists of mortgage-backed securities, collateralized mortgage obligations, U.S. Treasury notes, U.S. Government agency bonds, P.R. Government obligations, municipal bonds, and money market instruments. As of June 30, 2005, the bank operated 24 branches in Puerto Rico. The company was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico.


The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, operates as a diversified financial services company in the United States. It provides regional community banking services, including deposit, lending, and cash management services, as well as investment services. The company also offers wholesale banking services, such as lending products, including secured and unsecured loans, letters of credit, and equipment leases; treasury management services, such as cash and investment management, receivables management, disbursement services, funds transfer services, information reporting, and global trade services; capital markets-related products and services, including foreign exchange, derivatives, loan syndications, and securities underwriting and distribution; and commercial loan servicing to mid-sized corporations, government entities, and large corporations. In addition, it serves as investment manager and trustee for employee benefit plans and charitable and endowment assets; provides contribution plan services and investment options, risk management, investment analytics, and enterprise investment system services; and offers mutual fund transfer agency and accounting and administration services. The company serves customers primarily in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Ohio, and Kentucky, as well as in Ireland and Luxembourg. As of September 30, 2005, it operated 830 branch offices and 3,770 ATM's. The PNC Financial Services Group was founded in 1922 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Bank of America Corporation, a holding company, provides a range of financial products and services in the United States and internationally. Its Global Consumer and Small Business Banking segment provides a range of products and services to individuals and small businesses through various delivery channels. It offers deposit products, such as checking accounts, money market savings accounts, time deposits, and IRAs; and debit and credit card products. This segment also engages in the origination, fulfillment, and servicing of residential mortgage loans, including home equity loan products, as well as in the provision of direct banking via the Internet, deposit services, and student lending and certain insurance services. The company's Global Business and Financial Services segment provides treasury management, trade finance, foreign exchange, short-term credit facilities, and short-term investing services; commercial lending, treasury management products, and investment banking services; and project financing, leasing solutions, and asset-based lending financing solutions. Its Global Capital Markets and Investment Banking segment provides underwriting and marketing services for equity and equity-linked securities, debt securities, commercial paper, and mortgage and asset-backed securities. It also provides debt and equity securities research, loan syndications, mergers and acquisitions advisory, and private placements services. The company's Global Wealth and Investment Management segment offers investment services, estate management, financial planning services, fiduciary management, credit and banking expertise, and diversified asset management products to institutional clients and high-net-worth individuals. As of January 5, 2006, the company operated 5,800 retail banking centers and approximately 16,700 ATMs, as well as telephone and Internet channels. Bank of America was founded in 1874 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.


JPMorgan Chase & Co. operates as a global financial services company in the United States. It operates in six segments: Investment Bank, Retail Financial Services (RFS), Card Services, Commercial Banking, Treasury and Securities Services (TSS), and Asset and Wealth Management (AWM). The Investment Bank segment delivers products and services, including advising on corporate strategy and structure, capital raising in equity and debt markets, risk management, and market-making in cash securities and derivative instruments in various capital markets to corporations, financial institutions, governments, and institutional investors. In addition, it participates in proprietary investing and trading. The RFS segment offers consumer banking, small business banking, auto and educational finance, home finance, and insurance services. The Card Services segment issues various credit cards, including cards issued on behalf of airlines, hotels, universities, retailers, and other financial institutions in the United States. The Commercial Banking segment offers lending, treasury services, investment banking and investment management to corporations, municipalities, financial institutions, and not-for-profit entities. The TSS segment provides transaction, investment, and information services to corporations, issuers, and institutional investors. The AWM segment provides investment and wealth management services to institutional and retail investors, financial intermediaries, and high-net-worth families and individuals. This segment also offers mutual fund franchise, retirement plan administration, and consultation and brokerage services. The company has operations in approximately 50 countries in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Caribbean. JPMorgan Chase was founded in 1823 and is headquartered in New York City.


SunTrust Banks, Inc., a financial services holding company, provides various financial services to consumer and corporate customers in the United States. The company operates in six segments: Retail, Commercial, Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB), Wealth and Investment Management (WIM), Mortgage, and National Commerce Financial (NCF). The Retail segment offers loans, deposits, and other fee-based services to consumer and private banking clients, as well as for business clients. The Commercial segment provides enterprises with an array of financial products and services, including commercial lending, treasury management, financial risk management, and corporate bankcards. Its customers primarily include commercial, middle market, commercial real estate, and government/not-for-profit entities. CIB segment engages in corporate banking, investment banking, capital markets businesses, commercial leasing, receivables capital management, and merchant banking. WIM segment provides an array of wealth management products and professional services to both individual and institutional clients. The Mortgage segment offers residential mortgage products through its retail, broker, and correspondent channels. NCF offers commercial and retail banking, savings, and trust services. The company offers its products and services primarily in Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. In addition, it provides customers with a selection of technology-based banking channels, including Internet, personal computer, and telephone banking. As of September 30, 2005, the company had 1,647 branches, and 2,769 automated teller machines. SunTrust was founded in 1891 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Citigroup, Inc., a holding company, provides a range of financial services to consumer and corporate customers worldwide. It operates through four segments: Global Consumer, Corporate and Investment Banking, Global Wealth Management, Alternative Investment. Global Consumer segment provides a range of banking, lending, insurance, and investment services through a network of local branches; offices; and electronic delivery systems, including automated teller machines, automated lending machines, and Internet. As of September 30, 2005, this segment maintained 2,705 offices in North America, and 1,759 sales points in Japan. Corporate and Investment Banking segment provides a range of investment and commercial banking services and products, including debt and equity trading, institutional brokerage, advisory services, foreign exchange, structured products, derivatives, and lending. This segment also offers cash management and trade finance for corporations and financial institutions; custody and fund services to investors; clearing services to intermediaries, such as broker and dealers; and depository and agency/trust services to multinational corporations and governments. Global Wealth Management segment provides wealth management services to high-net-worth and affluent clients; investment advice, financial planning, and brokerage services to small and mid-size companies and others; and asset management services. This segment also provides investment management services, which include investment funds management and capital markets solutions, as well as provides trust, fiduciary, and custody services; investment finance services, such as credit services, including real estate financing, commitments, and letters of credit. Alternative Investment segment manages a range of products across five asset classes, including private equity, hedge funds, real estate, structured products, and managed futures. Citigroup was founded in 1812 and is based in New York City.


Wachovia Corporation operates as a banking and retail brokerage company in the United States and internationally. It operates in four segments: General Bank, Capital Management, Wealth Management, and Corporate and Investment Bank. The General Bank segment offers checking, savings, and money market accounts; time deposits and IRAs; home equity loans; residential mortgage; student and personal loans; debit and credit cards; mutual funds and annuities; commercial deposit; lending; treasury management; dealer financial services; and commercial real estate solutions. The Capital Management segment provides investment products and financial and retirement services, including retail brokerage services; and asset management that comprise mutual funds, advisory services, defined benefit and defined contribution retirement services, and trust services. The Wealth Management segment provides private banking, trust and investment management, financial planning, and insurance brokerage services for wealthy individuals. The Corporate and Investment Bank segment offers corporate lending, loan syndications, and commercial leasing; treasury management; correspondent banking operations; international trade services; and equity capital markets, merger and acquisition advisory services, and equity-linked products, as well as interest rate products, credit products, structured products, and non-dollar products. Wachovia operates approximately 3,300 financial centers and 700 retail brokerage offices, as well as 5,300 automated teller machines. The company has foreign branches in Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, Seoul, Taipei, and Tokyo; representative offices in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Russia, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Americas; and brokerage offices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Wachovia was founded in 1879 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.


United Bancshares, Inc. operates as the holding company for The Union Bank Company, which provides commercial banking services in Ohio. The bank accepts checking, savings, NOW, and money market accounts, as well as time certificates of deposit. It also offers commercial, consumer, agricultural, residential mortgage, and home equity loans. In addition, the bank provides automatic teller machines, credit card services, safe deposit box rentals, and other personalized banking services. It invests in U.S. treasury and U.S. government agency securities, obligations of states and political subdivisions, mortgage-backed securities, and other securities. The bank serves Allen, Putnam, Sandusky, Van Wert, and Wood counties with office locations in Bowling Green, Columbus Grove, Delphos, Gibsonburg, Kalida, Leipsic, Lima, Ottawa, and Pemberville, Ohio. The company was founded in 1904 and is headquartered in Columbus Grove, Ohio.


KeyCorp operates as a bank and financial holding company that provides retail and commercial banking, commercial leasing, investment management, consumer finance, and investment banking products and services to individual, corporate, and institutional clients in the United States. The company, through bank and trust company subsidiaries, offers personal and corporate trust services, personal financial services, access to mutual funds, cash management services, investment banking and capital markets products, and international banking services. It provides investment management services to clients that include large corporate and public retirement plans, foundations and endowments, high net worth individuals, and Taft-Hartley plans, which include multiemployer trust funds established for providing pension, vacation, or other benefits to employees. KeyCorp, through its nonbank subsidiaries, also provides other financial services that include accident, health, and credit-life insurance on loans made by its subsidiary bank, principal investing, community development financing, securities underwriting and brokerage, merchant services, and other financial services. As of December 31, 2004, the company operated 935 retail banking branches, a telephone banking call center services group, and 2,194 automated teller machines in 17 states. KeyCorp was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.