What would the breakdown of a bank’s investment portfolio usually look like? Or does it widely vary?

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Posted by Cameron (MONEY FORUMS: 5, Answers: 0)
Asked on November 2, 2015 12:37 pm
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Cameron, the asset side of bank balance sheets do vary, but loans to customer is usually the largest component (mortgages and home equity loans, credit card debt, commercial loans, car loans). They might also own a sum of government securities. The final component would be cash. If you are truly interested in looking into this in more detail, we could pull up the balance sheets of several big banks and compare them.
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