Wells Fargo Cash on Hand 2010-2024 | WFC

Wells Fargo cash on hand from 2010 to 2024. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line items.
  • Wells Fargo cash on hand for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $447.722B, a 40.01% increase year-over-year.
  • Wells Fargo cash on hand for 2023 was $414.977B, a 32.43% increase from 2022.
  • Wells Fargo cash on hand for 2022 was $313.348B, a 19.39% decline from 2021.
  • Wells Fargo cash on hand for 2021 was $388.718B, a 4.11% decline from 2020.
Wells Fargo Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2023 $414,977
2022 $313,348
2021 $388,718
2020 $405,379
2019 $323,123
2018 $323,483
2017 $353,596
2016 $361,164
2015 $354,056
2014 $356,255
2013 $296,525
2012 $216,655
2011 $141,621
2010 $148,095
2009 $111,004
Wells Fargo Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $447,722
2023-12-31 $414,977
2023-09-30 $385,402
2023-06-30 $318,690
2023-03-31 $319,776
2022-12-31 $313,348
2022-09-30 $307,061
2022-06-30 $299,843
2022-03-31 $356,331
2021-12-31 $388,718
2021-09-30 $429,437
2021-06-30 $427,049
2021-03-31 $439,019
2020-12-31 $405,379
2020-09-30 $389,327
2020-06-30 $416,471
2020-03-31 $317,699
2019-12-31 $323,123
2019-09-30 $330,895
2019-06-30 $346,754
2019-03-31 $317,967
2018-12-31 $323,483
2018-09-30 $308,182
2018-06-30 $309,235
2018-03-31 $335,811
2017-12-31 $353,596
2017-09-30 $380,715
2017-06-30 $368,561
2017-03-31 $408,771
2016-12-31 $361,164
2016-09-30 $403,558
2016-06-30 $396,021
2016-03-31 $392,789
2015-12-31 $354,056
2015-09-30 $346,100
2015-06-30 $332,170
2015-03-31 $390,388
2014-12-31 $356,255
2014-09-30 $347,719
2014-06-30 $331,028
2014-03-31 $306,265
2013-12-31 $296,525
2013-09-30 $261,167
2013-06-30 $225,223
2013-03-31 $222,295
2012-12-31 $216,655
2012-09-30 $178,020
2012-06-30 $155,865
2012-03-31 $166,839
2011-12-31 $141,621
2011-09-30 $165,904
2011-06-30 $167,235
2011-03-31 $167,909
2010-12-31 $148,095
2010-09-30 $121,821
2010-06-30 $138,601
2010-03-31 $117,521
2009-12-31 $111,004
2009-09-30 $77,922
2009-06-30 $76,718
2009-03-31 $87,308
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Banks - Major Regional $200.115B $115.340B
Wells Fargo & Company is one of the largest financial services companies in the U.S. The company provides banking, insurance, trust and investments, mortgage banking, investment banking, retail banking, brokerage services and consumer and commercial finance through more than 4,700 retail bank branches, broad automated telling machines (ATMs) network, the Internet and other distribution channels globally. It has 4 segments. Consumer Banking and Lending offers products and services like checking and savings accounts, credit and debit cards, as well as home, auto, personal and small business lending to consumers and small businesses. Commercial Banking provides banking and credit products across industries, and treasury management. Corporate and Investment Banking delivers services related to capital markets, banking and financial products. Wealth and Investment Management provides personalized wealth management, brokerage, financial planning, lending, private banking, trust and fiduciary products and services.
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