This graphic shows load factor vs bank angle. For example, an aircraft in level flight (constant altitude) at 60 degrees of bank will generate a 2G load factor.
This graphic demonstrates that flying in level (constant altitude) with 60 degrees of bank generates a turning force of 1.73 Gs and an resultant load factor of 2 Gs.
This graphic demonstrates that while holding a load factor of 3 Gs, an aircraft that stalls at 45 kts in unaccelerated flight (1G) will stall at approximately 73 kts. For a typical light twin aircraft that stalls at 60 knots in a 45 degree bank will stall at approximately 80 knots.
This graphic shows the consequence of key airspeeds published for an airplane. Note that when airspeed is below maneuvering airspeed, it cannot generate sufficient load factor to cause aircraft damage.