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Virginia

Employees

13,016

New Small Business Loans

$1.11 billion

Home Mortgage Originations

$5.16 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$3.5 billion

Total Deposits

$66.7 billion

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Region: Richmond

Wells Fargo’s Philanthropic Contributions in Virginia

In 2018, Wells Fargo donated $6 million through 561 grants to local nonprofits, schools and community organizations in Virginia. When combined with the more than $1.1 million donated by more than 8,800 Virginia team members during the company’s internal Community Support Campaign, nonprofits in the state received a total of $7.1 million from Wells Fargo and its team members in 2018.

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Region: Richmond

Goldman Sachs Supports Entrepreneurs in Virginia’s Underserved Regions

Goldman Sachs, through its 10,000 Small Businesses program, has deployed over $9 million through local community development financial institutions, including Virginia Community Capital (VCC). This investment helps VCC finance entrepreneurs in Virginia's underserved markets and regions, including Appalachia. Goldman is also working in the region through its national business education program.

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Region: Charlottesville

Bank of America and JPMorgan Give to Promote Tolerance

Following racial violence in Charlottesville, Bank of America and JPMorgan each supported work to promote tolerance. Bank of America gave $1 million to the University of Virginia to train teachers to increase racial, religious, and ethnic tolerance from kindergarten to college. JPMorgan Chase donated $1 million to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League.

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Region: Arlington

Citi Supports Infrastructure Improvements in Arlington

Citi served as senior manager for the Ballston Quarter Community Development Authority (Arlington County, Virginia) helping raise $59mm of tax exempt and taxable bonds in order to finance certain public infrastructure improvements within or serving the Authority’s CDA District. The public infrastructure improvements, financed by the Authority, include the renovation of the existing Ballston Common mall, with the addition of an open-air plaza, outdoor pedestrian shopping street, improvements to the existing parking garage and the construction of a new 22-story residential building.

Region: Arlington

Wells Fargo Provides Capital to Minority-Owned Small Businesses

Wells Fargo has provided grant funding to ECDC Enterprise Development Group, a community development financial institution, through its Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital program. The program helps build flexible grant capital to increase and strengthen lending and technical assistance offerings to small businesses.

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