The capital one investment club is offering to buy a stake in the company that makes Apple devices and tablets, according to the Financial Times.
The offer, made to an unnamed client, would see the investor in an 80 per cent stake in Capital One’s stake in Apple.
The client is the largest shareholder in Apple, with an estimated $25 billion.
Capital One has been trying to buy Apple for some time, after the company went public in 2010.
It has previously been seeking to buy shares in Apple but failed.
Apple has also been looking to sell some of its products, and it is believed to have a few billion dollars in cash sitting around.
Capital one has a stake of about 20 per cent in the business, and was the only investment bank to invest in Apple in 2014.
The company is one of the world’s most valuable companies, with $10.9 trillion in market value, according a Bloomberg report.
The article was updated to clarify the size of the offer.