Truist Financial Long Term Debt 2010-2024 | TFC

Truist Financial long term debt from 2010 to 2024. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Truist Financial long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $39.071B, a 44.1% decline year-over-year.
  • Truist Financial long term debt for 2023 was $38.918B, a 9.92% decline from 2022.
  • Truist Financial long term debt for 2022 was $43.203B, a 20.3% increase from 2021.
  • Truist Financial long term debt for 2021 was $35.913B, a 9.3% decline from 2020.
Truist Financial Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $38,918
2022 $43,203
2021 $35,913
2020 $39,597
2019 $41,339
2018 $23,709
2017 $23,648
2016 $21,965
2015 $23,769
2014 $23,312
2013 $21,493
2012 $19,114
2011 $21,803
2010 $21,730
2009 $21,376
Truist Financial Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $39,071
2023-12-31 $38,918
2023-09-30 $41,232
2023-06-30 $44,749
2023-03-31 $69,895
2022-12-31 $43,203
2022-09-30 $31,172
2022-06-30 $30,319
2022-03-31 $33,773
2021-12-31 $35,913
2021-09-30 $37,837
2021-06-30 $37,969
2021-03-31 $37,753
2020-12-31 $39,597
2020-09-30 $41,008
2020-06-30 $42,133
2020-03-31 $65,662
2019-12-31 $41,339
2019-09-30 $25,520
2019-06-30 $22,640
2019-03-31 $24,729
2018-12-31 $23,709
2018-09-30 $23,236
2018-06-30 $24,081
2018-03-31 $23,410
2017-12-31 $23,648
2017-09-30 $20,863
2017-06-30 $21,738
2017-03-31 $21,635
2016-12-31 $21,965
2016-09-30 $22,776
2016-06-30 $24,435
2016-03-31 $22,823
2015-12-31 $23,769
2015-09-30 $24,883
2015-06-30 $23,271
2015-03-31 $23,437
2014-12-31 $23,312
2014-09-30 $22,355
2014-06-30 $21,927
2014-03-31 $23,384
2013-12-31 $21,493
2013-09-30 $20,402
2013-06-30 $19,362
2013-03-31 $18,316
2012-12-31 $19,114
2012-09-30 $19,221
2012-06-30 $22,561
2012-03-31 $22,768
2011-12-31 $21,803
2011-09-30 $22,153
2011-06-30 $23,380
2011-03-31 $22,591
2010-12-31 $21,730
2010-09-30 $22,111
2010-06-30 $22,086
2010-03-31 $21,428
2009-12-31 $21,376
2009-09-30 $21,317
2009-06-30 $18,110
2009-03-31 $17,955
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Banks - Major Regional $49.255B $33.246B
Truist Financial is the sixth largest commercial bank in the United States. The company conducts business operations primarily through its bank subsidiary, Truist Bank, and few other non-bank subsidiaries, serving consumers and commercial clients. It has the following operating segments: Consumer Banking and Wealth comprises Retail Community Banking, NCF&P, Wealth, Mortgage Banking and Dealer Retail Services. Corporate & Commercial Banking comprises Corporate and Investment Banking, Commercial Community Banking, Commercial Real Estate, and Grandbridge Real Estate Capital, LLC and Treasury Solutions product group. Insurance Holdings provides property and casualty, employee benefits, life insurance surety coverage, as well as title insurance. Others, Treasury & Corporate includes Truist Financial's investment securities portfolio, long-term debt, derivative instruments used for balance sheet hedging, short-term liquidity and funding activities, balance sheet risk management, as well as most real estate assets.
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