Friday, April 24, 2009

27 Bank Closures 2009 4months

27 Bank Closures total First Four months 2009

The list of Bank Failures and Assistance Transactions is updated through April 24, 2009.
April 2009

Michigan Heritage Bank, Farmington Hills, Michigan, with approximately $184.6 million in assets, was closed. Level One Bank, Farmington Hills, Michigan, has agreed to assume all deposits, excluding certain brokered deposits (approximately $151.7 million). (PR-58-2009)

American Southern Bank, Kennesaw, Georgia, with approximately $112.3 million in assets and approximately $104.3 in deposits was closed. Bank of North Georgia, Alpharetta, Georgia, has agreed to assume all non-brokered deposits. (PR-57-2009)

Great Basin Bank of Nevada, Elko, Nevada, with approximately $270.9 million in assets, was closed. Nevada State Bank, Las Vegas, Nevada, has agreed to assume all deposits (approximately $241.4 million). (PR-55-2009)

American Sterling Bank, Sugar Creek, Missouri, with approximately $181 million in assets was closed. Metcalf Bank, Lee's Summit, Missouri, has agreed to assume all deposits (approximately $171.9 million). (PR-54-2009)

New Frontier Bank, Greeley, Colorado, with approximately $2.0 billion in assets and approximately $1.5 billion in deposits was closed. Deposit Insurance National Bank of Greeley, Greeley, Colorado has agreed to assume the non-brokered insured deposits. (PR-53-2009)

Cape Fear Bank, Wilmington, North Carolina, with approximately $492 million in assets, was closed. First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Charleston, South Carolina, has agreed to assume all deposits (approximately $403 million). (PR-52-2009)
((http://www.fdic.gov/bank/historical/bank/index.html))

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