- Bank of America (BAC - Get Report) which initially received $15 billion in TARP money, followed by another $30 billion in January 2009, after the company acquired Merrill Lynch. Bank of America fully redeemed its TARP preferred shares in December 2009.
- Citigroup (C - Get Report) received $25 billion in TARP money, plus another $20 billion through the government's "targeted investment program." Citigroup repaid the $20 billion in December 2009. The original $25 billion state was converted into common shares with the government completing its sale of the common in January 2011, for a total of $31.9 billion.
- JPMorgan Chase (JPM - Get Report) received $25 billion in TARP money, which it fully repaid in June 2009.
- Wells Fargo (WFC - Get Report) also received $25 billion in bailout funds, which it fully repaid in December 2009.
- Morgan Stanley (MS) received $10 billion in bailout funds, which it repaid in June 2009.
- Goldman Sachs (GS) also received $10 billion in TARP money, redeeming the government's preferred shares in June 2009.
- Bank of New York Mellon (BK) took $3 billion in TARP funds, fully redeeming the government's preferred shares in June 2009.
- State Street (STT) received $2 billion in TARP money, and repaid the government in June 2009.
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