You are really asking if Jews can invest in Bank of America or Citibank. As we see, this is indeed the case from many.
din.org explains why
According to a number of poskim including R’ M. Feinstein R’ Vozner
and R’ Y. Belski zt”l, when someone buys stock in a company, if he has
only a minor percentage of shares in the company, and his “vote” isn’t
going to make any difference because the company is owned by a
majority of non- Jewish owners, that it is not considered as if he
“owns” the company.
Rather it is looked at as merely as a business deal with the company,
that he invested in the company and is making profit from the company,
but not from the actual business that the company is doing.
This issue comes up in a number of areas, for example, regarding stocks in a bank that lends money to Jews with interest, companies
that sell food on Pesach, and companies that deal with non-kosher
food. Although there are other poskim that disagree with this, this is
the minhag of many.
See there for further sources.