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In Pictures: Banks with outstanding amounts on home equity lines of credit

Prior to Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's move to rein in the growth of home equity lines of credit early last year, such lines of credit and mortgage refinancings surged to $64-billion in 2010 from $8-billion in 2001.

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Toronto-Dominion Bank
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $65-billion.

Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail

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Royal Bank of Canada
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $43-billion.

Galit Rodan/The Globe and Mail

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Bank of Nova Scotia
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $18-billion.

Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press

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Bank of Montreal
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $26-billion.

Paul Darrow/The Globe and Mail

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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $21-billion.

Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail

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National Bank of Canada
Outstanding home equity lines of credit: $14-billion.

Matthew Sherwood/The Globe and Mail

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