The financial sector is the pillar of the American economy and day-to-day business operations. Banks, insurance, and financial services companies power key financial activities, payment or saving solutions, credit or capital availability, risk mitigation, and financial information accuracy.
Insurance companies are key actors of the American economy, hedging risks and covering the costs of accidents. Present throughout the country and abroad, US insurance companies are involved in life and health insurance, property and casualty insurance, business and commercial insurance, and reinsurance.
Banks are the backbone of the American economy, they ensure money is available to individuals and capital to companies. Present throughout the country and abroad, US banks are involved in retail banking, corporate and investment banking, wealth management, and an array of financial services.