Bank failures

The FDIC has taken over many banks since the start of 2008, including the largest ever failed bank in history. Here's the list so far.

Date Name of bank Assets City State Acquired by FDIC cost
11/19/10 First Banking Center $750.7 million Burlington Wis. First Michigan Bank $142.6 million
11/19/10 Allegiance Bank of North America $106.6 million Bala Cynwyd Pa. VIST Bank $14.2 million
11/19/10 Gulf State Community Bank $112.1 million Carrabelle Fla. Centennial Bank $42.70 million
11/12/10 Copper Star Bank $204.0 million Scottsdale Ariz. Stearns Bank $43.6 million
11/12/10 Darby Bank & Trust Co. $654.7 million Vidalia Ga. Ameris Bank $136.2 million
11/12/10 Tifton Banking Company $143.7 million Tifton Ga. Ameris Bank $24.60 million
11/5/10 First Vietnamese American Bank $48.0 million Westminster Calif. Grandpoint Bank $9.6 million
11/5/10 Pierce Commercial Bank $221.1 million Tacoma Wash. Heritage Bank $21.3 million
11/5/10 Western Commercial Bank $98.6 million Woodland Hills Calif. First California Bank $25.2 million
11/5/10 K Bank $538.3 million Randallstown Md. Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company $198.4 million
10/22/10 First Arizona Savings, A FSB $272.2 million Scottsdale Ariz. No acquirer $32.8 million
10/22/10 Hillcrest Bank $1.7 billion Overland Park Kan. Hillcrest Bank $329.7 million
10/22/10 First Suburban National Bank $148.7 million Maywood Ill. Seaway Bank and Trust Company $31.4 million
10/22/10 The First National Bank of Barnesville $131.4 million Barnesville Ga. United Bank, Zebulon $33.9 million
10/22/10 The Gordon Bank $29.4 million Gordon Ga. Morris Bank $9.0 million
10/22/10 Progress Bank of Florida $110.7 million Tampa Fla. Bay Cities Bank $25.0 million
10/22/10 First Bank of Jacksonville $81.0 million Jacksonville Fla. Ameris Bank $16.2 million
10/15/10 WestBridge Bank and Trust Company $91.5 million Chesterfield Mo. Midland States Bank $18.7 million
10/15/10 Premier Bank $1.2 billion Jefferson City Mo. Providence Bank $406.9 million
10/1/10 Shoreline Bank $104.2 million Shoreline Wash. GBC International Bank $41.4 million
10/1/10 Wakulla Bank $424.1 million Crawfordville Fla. Centennial Bank $113.4 million
9/24/10 North County Bank $288.80 million Arlington Wash. Whidbey Island Bank $72.80 million
9/24/10 Haven Trust Bank Florida $148.60 million Ponte Vedra Beach Fla. First Southern Bank $31.90 million
9/17/10 Maritime Savings Bank $350.50 million West Allis Wis. North Shore Bank, FSB $83.60 million
9/17/10 Bramble Savings Bank $47.50 million Milford Ohio Foundation Bank $14.60 million
9/17/10 The Peoples Bank $447.20 million Winder Ga. Community & Southern Bank  $98.90 million
9/17/10 First Commerce Community Bank $248.20 million Douglasville Ga. Community & Southern Bank  $71.40 million
9/17/10 Bank of Ellijay $168.80 million Ellijay Ga. Community & Southern Bank  $55.20 million
9/17/10 ISN Bank $81.60 million Cherry Hill N.J. Customers Bank $23.90 million
9/10/10 Horizon Bank  $187.80 million Bradenton Fla. Bank of the Ozarks $58.90 million
8/20/10 Sonoma Valley Bank $337.1 million Sonoma Calif. Westamerica Bank $10.1 million
8/20/10 Los Padres Bank $870.4 million Solvang Calif. Pacific Western Bank $8.7 million
8/20/10 Butte Community Bank $498.8 million Chico Calif. Rabobank, National Association $17.4 million
8/20/10 Pacific State Bank $312.1 million Stockton Calif. Rabobank, National Association $32.6 million
8/20/10 ShoreBank $2.2 billion Chicago Ill. Urban Partnership Bank $367.7 million
8/20/10 Imperial Savings and Loan Association $9.4 million Martinsville Va. River Community Bank, N.A. $3.5 million
8/20/10 Independent National Bank $156.2 million Ocala Fla. CenterState Bank of Florida, N.A. $10.3 million
8/20/10 Community National Bank at Bartow $67.9 million Bartow Fla. CenterState Bank of Florida, N.A. $23.2 million
8/13/10 Palos Bank and Trust Company $493.4 million Palos Heights Ill. First Midwest Bank $72 million
8/6/10 Ravenswood Bank $264.6 million Chicago Ill. Northbrook Bank and Trust Company $68.1 million
7/30/10 LibertyBank $768.2 million Eugene Ore. Home Federal Bank $115.3 million
7/30/10 The Cowlitz Bank $529.3 million Longview Wash. Heritage Bank $160.9 million
7/30/10 Coastal Community Bank $372.9 million Panama City Beach Fla. Centennial Bank $94.5 million
7/30/10 Bayside Savings Bank $66.1 million Port Sainte Joe Fla. Centennial Bank $16.2 million
7/30/10 Northwest Bank & Trust $167.7 million Acworth Ga. State Bank and Trust Company $39.8 million
7/30/10 Home Valley Bank $251.8 million Cave Junction Ore. South Valley Bank & Trust $37.1 million
   
7/30/10 SouthwestUSA Bank $214 million Las Vegas NV Plaza Bank $74.1 million
7/23/10 Community Security Bank $108 million New Prague Minn. Roundbank $18.6 million
7/23/10 Thunder Bank $32.6 million Sylvan Grove KS The Bennington State Bank $4.5 million
7/23/10 Williamsburg First National Bank $139.3 million Kingstree SC First Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Inc. $8.8 million
7/23/10 Crescent Bank and Trust Company $1.01 billion Jasper GA Renasant Bank $242.4 million
7/23/10 Sterling Bank $407.9 million Lantana FL IBERIABANK $45.5 million
7/16/10 Mainstreet Savings Bank, FSB $97.4 million Hastings Mich. Commercial Bank $11.4 million
7/16/10 Olde Cypress Community Bank $168.7 million Clewiston Fla. CenterState Bank of Florida, N.A. $128.2 million
7/16/10 Turnberry Bank $263.9 million Aventura Fla. NAFH National Bank $34.4 million
7/16/10 Metro Bank of Dade County $442.3 million Miami Fla. NAFH National Bank $67.6 million
7/16/10 First National Bank of the South $682 million Spartanburg S.C. NAFH National Bank $74.9 million
7/16/10 Woodlands Bank $376.2 million Bluffton S.C. Bank of the Ozarks $115 million
7/9/10 Home National Bank $644.50 million Blackwell Okla. RCB Bank $78.70 million
7/9/10 USA Bank $193.30 million Port Chester N.Y. Customer's 1st Bank $61.70 million
7/9/10 Ideal Federal Savings Bank $6.30 million Baltimore Md. no buyer $2.10 million
7/9/10 Bay National Bank $282.20 million Baltimore Md. Bay Bank, FSB $17.40 million
6/25/10 High Desert State Bank $80.30 million Albuquerque N.M. First American Bank $20.90 million
6/25/10 First National Bank $252.50 million Savannah Ga. The Savannah Bank, N.A. $68.90 million
6/25/10 Peninsula Bank $644.30 million Englewood Ill. Premier American Bank $194.80 million
6/18/10 Nevada Security Bank $480.30 million Reno Nev. Umpqua Bank $80.90 million
6/4/10 TierOne Bank $2.8 billion Lincoln Neb. Great Western Bank $297.80 million
6/4/10 Arcola Homestead Savings Bank $17 million Arcola Ill. no buyer $3.2 million
6/4/10 First National Bank $60.4 million Rosedale Miss. The Jefferson Bank $12.6 million
5/28/10 Sun West Bank $360.7 million Las Vegas Nev. City National Bank $96.7 million
5/28/10 Granite Community Bank, NA $102.90 million Granite Bay Calif. Tri Counties Bank $17.30 million
5/28/10 Bank of Florida - Tampa $245.2 million Tampa Fla. EverBank $40.3 million
5/28/10 Bank of Florida - Southwest $640.9 million Naples Fla. EverBank $91.3 million
5/28/10 Bank of Florida - Southeast $595.3. million Fort Lauderdale Fla. EverBank $71.4 million
5/21/10 Pinehurst Bank $61.2 million Saint Paul Minn. Coulee $6 million
5/14/10 Midwest Bank and Trust Company $3.17 billion Elmwood Park Ill. Firstmerit Bank, National Association $216 million
5/14/10 Southwest Community Bank $96.6 million Springfield Mo. Simmons First National Bank $29 million
5/14/10 New Liberty Bank $109 million Plymouth Mich. Bank of Ann Arbor $25 million
5/14/10 Satilla Community Bank $135.7 million Saint Marys Ga. Ameris Bank $31.3 million
5/7/10 1st Pacific Bank of California $335.80 million San Deigo Calif. City National Bank $87.70 million
5/7/10 Towne Bank of Arizona $120.20 million Mesa Ariz. Commerce Bank of Arizona $41.80 million
5/7/10 Access Bank $32 million Champlin Minn. PrinsBank $5.50 million
5/7/10 The Bank of Bonifay $242.90 million Bonifay Fla. First Federal Bank of Florida $78.70 million
4/30/10 Frontier Bank $3.5 billion Everett Wash. Union Bank, N.A. $1.37 billion
4/30/10 BC National Banks $67.2 million Butler Mo. Community First Bank $11.4 million
4/30/10 Champion Bank $187.3 million Creve Coeur Mo. BankLiberty $52.7 million
4/30/10 CF Bancorp $1.65 billion Port Huron Mich. First Michigan Bank $615.3 million
4/30/10 Westernbank Puerto Rico $11.94 billion Mayaguez Puerto Rico Banco Popular de Puerto Rico $3.31 billion
4/30/10 R-G Premier bank of Puerto Rico $5.92 billion Hato Rey Puerto Rico Scotiabank de Puerto Rico $1.23 billion
4/30/10 Eurobank $2.56 billion San Juan Puerto Rico Oriental Bank and Trust $743.9 million
4/23/10 Wheatland Bank $437.20 million Naperville Ill. Wheaton Bank & Trust $133.00 million
4/23/10 Peotone Bank and Trust Company $130.20 million Peotone Ill. First Midwest Bank $31.70 million
4/23/10 Lincoln Park Savings Bank $199.90 million Chicago Ill. Northbrook Bank and Trust Company $48.40 million
4/23/10 New Century Bank $485.60 million Chicago Ill. MB Financial Bank, National Association $125.30 million
4/23/10 Citizens Bank and Trust Company of Chicago $77.30 million Chicago Ill. Republic Bank of Chicago $20.90 million
4/23/10 Broadway Bank $1.2 billion Chicago Ill. MB Financial Bank, National Association $394.30 million
4/23/10 Amcore Bank, National Association $3.8 billion Rockford Ill. Harris National Association $220.30 million
4/16/10 City Bank $1.1 billion Lynnwood Wash. Whidbey Island Bank $323.4 million
4/16/10 Tamalpais Bank $628.9 million San Rafael Calif. Union Bank, N.A. $81.1 million
4/16/10 Innovative Bank $268.9 million Oakland Calif. Center Bank $37.8 million
4/16/10 Butler Bank $268.0 million Lowell Mass. People's United Bank $22.9 million
4/16/10 Riverside National Bank of Florida $3.4 billion Fort Pierce Fla. TD Bank, N.A $491.8 million
4/16/10 AmericanFirst Bank $90.5 million Clermont Fla. TD Bank, N.A. $10.50 million
4/16/10 First Federal Bank of North Florida $393.3 million Palatka Fla. TD Bank, N.A $6.0 million
4/16/10 Lakeside Community Bank $53.0 million Sterling Heights Minn. no buyer $11.2 million
4/09/10 Beach First National Bank $585.1 million Myrtle Beach S. C. Bank of North Carolina $130.3 million
3/26/10 Desert Hills Bank $496.60 million Phoenix Ariz. New York Community Bank $106.7 million
3/26/10 Unity National Bank $292.2 million Cartersville Ga. Bank of the Ozarks $67.2 million
3/26/10 Key West Bank $88 million Key West Fla. Centennial Bank $23.1 million
3/26/10 McIntosh Commercial Bank $362.9 million Carrollton Ga. CharterBank $123.3 million
3/19/10 State Bank of Aurora $28.2 million Aurora Minn. Northern State Bank $4.2 million
3/19/10 First Lowndes Bank $137.2 million Fort Deposit Ala. First Citizens Bank $38.3 million
3/19/10 Bank of Hiawassee $377.8 million Hiawassee Ga. Citizens South Bank $137.7 million
3/19/10 Appalachian Community Bank $1.01 billion Ellijay Ga. Community & Southern Bank $419.3 million
3/19/10 Advanta Bank Corp. $1.6 billion Draper Utah N/A $635.6 million
3/19/10 Century Security Bank $96.5 million Duluth Ga. Bank of Upson $29.9 million
3/19/10 American National Bank $70.3 million Parma Ohio The National Bank and Trust Company $17.1 million
3/12/10 Statewide Bank $243.2 million Covington La. Home Bank $38.1 million
3/12/10 Old Southern Bank $315.6 million Orlando Fla. Centennial Bank $94.6 million
3/12/10 The Park Avenue Bank $520.1 million New York N.Y. Valley National Bank $50.7 million
3/11/10 LibertyPointe Bank $209.7 million New York N.Y. Valley National Bank $24.8 million
3/5/10 Centennial Bank $215.2 million Ogden Utah no buyer $96.3 million
3/5/10 Waterfield Bank $155.6 million Germantown Md. Waterfield Bank, FA $51 million
3/5/10 Bank of Illinois $211.7 million Normal Ill. Heartland Bank and Trust Company $53.7 million
3/5/10 Sun American Bank $535.7 million Boca Raton Fla. First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company $103.8 million
2/26/10 Rainier Pacific Bank $717.8 million Tacoma Wash. Umpqua Bank $95.2 million
2/26/10 Carson River Community Bank $7.9 million Carson City Nev. Heritage Bank of Nevada $51.1 million
2/19/10 La Jolla Bank, FSB $3.6 billion La Jolla Calif. OneWest Bank, FSB $882.3 million
2/19/10 George Washington Savings Bank $412.8 million Orland Park Ill. FirstMerit Bank, N.A. $141.4 million
2/19/10 The La Coste National Bank $53.9 million La Coste Texas Community National Bank $3.7 million
2/19/10 Marco Community Bank $119.6 million Marco Island Fla. Mutual of Omaha Bank $38.1 million
2/5/10 1st American State Bank of Minnesota $18.2 million Hancock Minn. Community Development Bank, FSB $11.7 million
1/29/10 American Marine Bank $373.2 million Bainbridge Island Wash. Columbia State Bank $58.9 million
1/29/10 First Regional Bank $2.18 billion Los Angeles Calif. First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company $825.5 million
1/29/10 Community Bank and Trust $1.21 billion Cornelia Ga. SCBT, N.A. $354.5 million
1/29/10 Marshall Bank, N.A. $59.9 million Hallock Minn. United Valley Bank. Depositors of Marshall Bank, N.A. $4.1 million
1/29/10 Florida Community Bank $875.5 million Immokalee Fla. Premier American Bank, N.A. $352.6 million
1/29/10 First National Bank of Georgia $832.6 million Carrollton Ga. Community & Southern Bank $260.4 million
1/22/10 Columbia River Bank $1.1 billion The Dalles Ore. Columbia State Bank $172.5 million
1/22/10 Evergreen Bank $488.5 million Seattle Wash. Umpqua Bank $64.2 million
1/22/10 Charter Bank (Santa Fe) $1.2 billion Santa Fe N.M. Charter Bank (Albuquerque) $201.9 million
1/22/10 Bank of Leeton $20.1 million Leeton Mo. Sunflower Bank, N.A $8.1 million
1/22/10 Premier American Bank $350.9 million Miami Fla. Premier American Bank, N.A. $85 million
1/15/10 Barnes Banking Company $827.8 million Kaysville Utah Deposit Insurance National Bank of Kaysville $271.3 million
1/15/10 St. Stephen State Bank $24.7 million St. Stephen minn. First State Bank of St. Joseph $7.2 million
1/15/10 Town Community Bank & Trust $69.6 million Antioch Ill. First American Bank $17.8 million
1/8/10 Horizon Bank $1.3 billion Bellingham Wash. Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association $539.1 million
1FDIC issued a combined estimate for First Heritage Bank and First National Bank of Nevada
2FDIC issued a combined estimate of $807 million for all subsidiaries of Security Bank Corp.
3Combined assets or FDIC fund cost of all banks acquired by U.S. Bank on 10/30/09
Source: FDIC
Date Name of bank Assets City State Acquired by FDIC cost
12/18/09 RockBridge Commercial Bank $294 million Atlanta Ga. no buyer $124.20 million
12/18/09 Peoples First Community Bank $1.8 Billion Panama City Fla. Hancock Bank $556.70 million
12/18/09 Citizens State Bank $168.6 million New Baltimore Minn. Deposit Insurance National Bank of New Baltimore $76.6 million
12/18/09 New South Federal Savings Bank $1.5 billion Irondale Ala. Beal Bank $212.3 million
12/18/09 Independent Bankers' Bank $585.50 million Springfield Ill. Independent Bankers' Bank Bridge Bank, National Association $68.4 million
12/18/09 Imperial Capital Bank $4 billion La Jolla Calif. City National Bank $619.2 million
12/18/09 First Federal Bank of California, F.S.B. $6.1 billion Santa Monica Calif. OneWest Bank, FSB $146.3 million
12/11/09 SolutionsBank   $511.1 million Overland Park   Kan. Arvest Bank $122.1 million
12/11/09 Valley Capital Bank $40.3 million Mesa  Ariz. Enterprise Bank & Trust $7.4 million
12/11/09 Republic Federal Bank $433 million  Miami  Fla. 1st United Bank $122.6 million
12/4/09 Greater Atlantic Bank  $203 million Reston  Va. Sonabank $35 million
12/4/09 Benchmark Bank  $170.0 million Aurora  Ill. MB Financial Bank $64 million
12/4/09 AmTrust Bank  $12 billion Cleveland  Ohio New York Community Bank $2 billion
12/4/09 The Tattnall Bank  $49.6 million Reidsville  Ga. HeritageBank of the South $13.9 million
12/4/09 First Security National Bank  $128 million Norcross  Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $30.1 million
12/4/09 The Buckhead Community Bank  $874 million Atlanta  Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $241.4 million
11/20/09 Commerce Bank of Southwest Florida  $79.7 million Fort Myers  Fla. Central Bank $23.6 million
11/13/09 Pacific Coast National Bank   $134.4 million San Clemente   Calif. Sunwest Bank $27.4 million
11/13/09 Orion Bank  $2.7 billion Naples  Fla. IBERIABANK $615 million
11/13/09 Century Bank $728 million Sarasota  Fla. IBERIABANK $344 million
11/6/09 United Commercial Bank  $11.2 billion San Francisco  Calif. East West Bank $1.4 billion
11/6/09 Gateway Bank of St. Louis  $27.7 million St. Louis  Mo. Central Bank of Kansas City $9.2 million
11/6/09 Prosperan Bank  $199.5 million Oakdale  Minn. Alerus Financial $60.1 million
11/6/09 Home Federal Savings Bank  $14.9 million Detroit  Mich. Liberty Bank and Trust Co. $5.4 million
11/6/09 United Security Bank  $157 million Sparta  Ga. Ameris Bank $58 million
10/30/09 North Houston Bank  $19.4 billion3 Houston  Texas U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Madisonville State Bank  $19.4 billion3 Madisonville  Texas U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Citizens National Bank  $19.4 billion3 Teague  Texas U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Park National Bank  $19.4 billion3 Chicago  Ill. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Pacific National Bank  $19.4 billion3 San Francisco  Calif. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 California National Bank  $19.4 billion3 Los Angeles  Calif. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 San Diego National Bank  $19.4 billion3 San Diego  Calif. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Community Bank of Lemont  $19.4 billion3 Lemont  Ill. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/30/09 Bank USA $19.4 billion3 Phoenix  Ariz. U.S. Bank $2.5 billion3
10/23/2009 First DuPage Bank $279 million Westmont Ill First Midwest Bank $59 million
10/23/2009 Riverview Community Bank $108 million Otsego Minn. Central Bank $20 million
10/23/2009 Bank of Elmwood $327.4 million Racine Wis. Tri City National Bank $101.1 million
10/23/2009 Flagship National Bank $190 million Bradenton Fla. First Federal Bank of Florida $59 million
10/23/2009 Hillcrest Bank Florida $83 million Naples Fla. Stonegate Bank $45 million
10/23/2009 American United Bank $111 million Lawrenceville Ga. Ameris Bank $44 million
10/23/2009 Partners Bank $65.5 million Naples Fla. Stonegate Bank $28.6 million
10/16/2009 San Joaquin Bank $775 million Bakersfield Calif. Citizens Business Bank $103 million
10/2/2009 Southern Colorado National Bank $39.5 million Pueblo Colo. Legacy Bank $6.6 million
10/2/2009 Jennings State Bank $56.3 million Spring Grove Minn. Central Bank $11.7 million
10/2/2009 Warren Bank $538 million Warren Mich. The Huntington National Bank $275 million
9/25/2009 Georgian Bank $2 billion Atlanta Ga. First Citizens Bank and Trust Co. $892 million
9/18/2009 Irwin Union Bank $493 million Louisville   Ky. First Financial Bank $850 million2
9/18/2009 Irwin Union Bank and Trust Co.  $2.7 billion Columbus  Ind. First Financial Bank $850 million2
9/11/2009 Venture Bank  $970 million Lacey  Wash. First-Citizens Bank & Trust Co. $298 million
9/11/2009 Brickwell Community Bank  $72 million Woodbury  Minn. CorTrust Bank $22 million
9/11/2009 Corus Bank, N.A.  $7 billion Chicago  Ill. MB Financial Bank $1.7 billion
9/4/2009 First State Bank $105 million Flagstaff Ariz. Sunwest Bank $47 million
9/4/2009 Platinum Community Bank $345.6 million Rolling Meadows Ill. no buyer $114.3 million
9/4/2009 Vantus Bank $458 million Sioux City Iowa Great Southern Bank $168 million
9/4/2009 InBank $212 million Oak Forest Ill. MB Financial Bank $66 million
9/4/2009 First Bank of Kansas City $16 million Kansas City Mo. Great American Bank $6 million
8/28/2009 Affinity Bank $1 billion Ventura Calif. Pacific Western Bank $254 million
8/28/2009 Mainstreet Bank $459 million Forest Lake Minn. Central Bank $95 million
8/28/2009 Bradford Bank $452 million Baltimore Md. Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company $97 million
8/21/2009 Guaranty Bank $13 billion Austin Texas BBVA Compass $3 billion
8/21/2009 CapitalSouth Bank $617 million Birmingham Ala. Iberiabank $151 million
8/21/2009 First Coweta Bank $167 million Newnan Ga. United Bank $48 million
8/21/2009 ebank $143 million Atlanta Ga. Stearns Bank $63 million
8/14/2009 Community Bank of Nevada $1.52 billion Las Vegas Nev. no buyer $781.5 million
8/14/2009 Community Bank of Arizona $158.5 million Phoenix Ariz. MidFirst Bank $25.5 million
8/14/2009 Union Bank $124 million Gilbert Ariz. MidFirst Bank $61 million
8/14/2009 Colonial Bank $25 billion Montgomery Ala. Branch Banking and Trust (BB&T) $2.8 billion
8/14/2009 Dwelling House Savings and Loan Association $13.4 million Pittsburgh Pa. PNC Bank $6.8 million
8/7/2009 Community First Bank $209 million Nampa Idaho Home Federal Bank $45 million
8/7/2009 Community National Bank of Sarasota County $97 million Venice Fla. Stearns Bank $24 million
8/7/2009 First State Bank $463 million Sarasota Fla. Stearns Bank $116 million
7/31/2009 Mutual Bank $1.6 billion Harvey Ill. United Central Bank $696 million
7/31/2009 First Bankamericano $166 million Elizabeth N.J. Crown Bank $15 million
7/31/2009 Peoples Community Bank $705.8 million West Chester Ohio First Financial Bank $125.9 million
7/31/2009 Integrity Bank $119 million Jupiter Fla. Stonegate Bank $46 million
7/31/2009 First State Bank of Altus $103.4 million Altus Okla. Herring Bank $25.2 million
7/24/2009 Security Bank of Bibb County $1.2 billion Macon Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Security Bank of Houston County $383 million Perry Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Security Bank of Jones County $453 million Gray Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Security Bank of Gwinnett County $322 million Suwanee Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Security Bank of North Metro $224 million Woodstock Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Security Bank of North Fulton $209 million Alpharetta Ga. State Bank and Trust Co. $807 million2
7/24/2009 Waterford Village Bank $61.4 million Clarence N.Y. Evans Bank $5.6 million
7/17/2009 First Piedmont Bank $115 million Winder Ga. First American Bank and Trust Co. $29
million
7/17/2009 BankFirst $275 million Sioux Falls S.D. Alerus Financial $91
million
7/17/2009 Vineyard Bank $1.9 billion Rancho Cucamonga Calif. California Bank & Trust $579
million
7/17/2009 Temecula Valley Bank $1.5 billion Temecula Calif. First-Citizens Bank and Trust Co. $391
million
7/10/2009 Bank of Wyoming $70 million Thermopolis Wyo. Central Bank & Trust $27
million
7/2/2009 Founders Bank $962.5 million Worth Ill. The PrivateBank and Trust Co. $188.5
million
7/2/2009 Millennium State Bank of Texas $118 million million Dallas Texas State Bank of Texas $47
million
7/2/2009 First National Bank of Danville $166 million Danville Ill. First Financial Bank $24
million
7/2/2009 Elizabeth State Bank $55.5 million Elizabeth Ill. Galena State Bank and Trust $11.2
million
7/2/2009 Rock River Bank $77 million Oregon Ill. The Harvard State Bank $27.6
million
7/2/2009 First State Bank of Winchester $36 million Winchester Ill. The First National Bank of Beardstown $6
million
7/2/2009 John Warner Bank $70 million Clinton Ill. State Bank of Lincoln $10
million
6/26/2009 Community Bank of West Georgia $199.4 million Villa Rice Ga. n/a $85
million
6/26/2009 Neighborhood Community Bank $221.6 million Newnan Ga. Charter Bank $66.7
million
6/26/2009 Horizon Bank $87.6 million Pine City Minn. Stearns Bank
$33.5 million
6/26/2009 Metro Pacific Bank $80 million Irvine Calif. Sunwest Bank $29
million
6/26/2009 Mirae Bank $456 million Los Angeles Calif. Wilshire State Bank $50
million
6/16/2009 First National Bank of Anthony $156.9 million Anthony Kan. Bank of Kansas $32.2
million
6/16/2009 Cooperative Bank $970 million Wilmington N.C. First Bank $217
million
6/16/2009 Southern Community Bank $377 million Fayetteville Ga. United Community Bank $114
million
6/5/2009 Bank of Lincolnwood $214 million Lincolnwood Ill. Republic Bank of Chicago $83
million
5/22/2009 Strategic Capital Bank $537 million Champaign Ill. Midland States Bank $73
million
5/22/2009 Citizens National Bank $437 million Bremerton Wash. Kitsap Bank $108
million
5/21/2009 BankUnited FSB $12.8 billion Coral Gables Fla. WL Ross & Co., Carlyle Investment Management, Blackstone Capital Partners, Centerbridge Capital Partners, LeFrak Organization, The Wellcome Trust, Greenaap Investments and East Rock Endowment Fund $4.9
billion
5/12/2009 Westsound Bank $334.6 million Bremerton Wash. Kitsap Bank $108
million
5/1/2009 Silverton Bank, National Association $4.1 billion Atlanta Ga. n/a $1.3
billion
5/1/2009 Citizens Community Bank $45.1 million Ridgewood N.J. North Jersey Community Bank $18.1
million
5/1/2009 America West Bank $299.4 million Layton Utah Cache Valley Bank $119.4
million
4/27/2009 American Southern Bank $112.3 million Kennesaw Ga. Bank of North Georgia $41.9
million
4/27/2009 Michigan Heritage Bank $184.6 million Farmington Hills Mich. Level One Bank $71.3
million
4/27/2009 First Bank of Beverly Hills $1.5 billion Calabasas Calif. n/a $394
million
4/27/2009 First Bank of Idaho $488.9 million Ketchum Idaho U.S. Bank $191.2
million
4/17/2009 American Sterling Bank $181 million Sugar Creek Mo. Metcalf Bank $42
million
4/17/2009 Great Basin Bank of Nevada $270.9 million Elko Nev. Nevada State Bank $42
million
4/10/2009 Cape Fear Bank $492 million Wilmington N.C. First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Charleston $131
million
4/10/2009 New Frontier Bank $2 billion Greeley Colo. n/a $670
million
3/27/2009 Omni National Bank $956.0 million Atlanta Ga. SunTrust Bank $290
million
3/20/2009 FirstCity Bank $297 million Stockbridge Ga. n/a $100
million
3/20/2009 Colorado National Bank $123.5 million Colorado Springs Colo. Herring Bank $9
million
3/20/2009 Teambank $669.8 million N.A. Paola Kan. Great Southern Bank $98
million
3/6/2009 Freedom Bank of Georgia $173 million Commerce Ga. Northeast Georgia Bank $36.2
million
2/27/2009 Heritage Community Bank $232.9 million Glenwood Ill. MB Financial Bank $41.6
million
2/27/2009 Security Savings Bank $238.3 million Henderson Nev. Bank of Nevada $59.1
million
2/20/2009 Silver Falls Bank $131.4 million Silverton Ore. Citizens Bank $50
million
2/13/2009 Sherman County Bank $129.8 million Loup City Neb. Heritage Bank $28
million
2/13/2009 Riverside Bank of the Gulf Coast $539 million Cape Coral Fla. TIB Bank $201.5
million
2/13/2009 Corn Belt Bank and Trust Colo. $271.8 million Pittsfield Ill. Carlinville National Bank $100
million
2/13/2009 Pinnacle Bank $73 million Beaverton Ore. Washington Trust Bank $12.1
million
2/6/2009 FirstBank Financial Services $337 million McDonough Ga. Regions Bank $111
million
2/6/2009 Alliance Bank $1.1 billion Culver City Calif. California Bank & Trust $206
million
2/6/2009 County Bank $1.7 billion Merced Calif. Westamerica Bank $135
million
1/30/2009 MagnetBank $292.9 million Salt Lake City Utah n/a $119.4
million
1/30/2009 Suburban Federal Savings Bank $360 million Crofton Md. Bank of Essex $126
million
1/30/2009 Ocala National Bank $223.5 million Ocala Fla. CenterState Bank of Florida $99.6
million
1/23/2009 1st Centennial Bank $803.3 million Redlands Calif. First California Bank $227
million
1/16/2009 National Bank of Commerce $430.9 million Berkeley Ill. Republic Bank of Chicago $97.1
million
1/16/2009 Bank of Clark County $446.5 million Vancouver Wash. Umpqua Bank $145
million
1FDIC issued a combined estimate for First Heritage Bank and First National Bank of Nevada
2FDIC issued a combined estimate of $807 million for all subsidiaries of Security Bank Corp.
3Combined assets or FDIC fund cost of all banks acquired by U.S. Bank on 10/30/09
Source: FDIC
Date Name of bank Assets City State Acquired by FDIC cost
12/12/2008 Haven Trust Bank $572 million Guluth Ga. Branch Banking & Trust (BB&T) $200
million
12/12/2008 Sanderson State Bank $37 million Sanderson Texas Pecos County State Bank $12.5
million
12/5/2008 First Georgia Community Bank $237.5 million Jackson Ga. United Bank $72.2
million
11/21/2008 The Community Bank $681 million Loganville Ga. Bank of Essex $240
million
11/21/2008 Downey Savings and Loan Association $12.8 billion Newport Beach Calif. U.S. Bank, National Association $1.4
billion
11/21/2008 PFF Bank and Trust $3.7 billion Pomona Calif. U.S. Bank, National Association $700
million
11/7/2008 Franklin Bank $5.1 billion Houston Texas Prosperity Bank $1.6
billion
11/7/2008 Security Pacific Bank $561.1 million Los Angeles Calif. Pacific Western Bank $210
million
10/31/2008 Freedom Bank $287 million Bradenton Fla. Fifth Third Bank $104
million
10/24/2008 Alpha Bank & Trust $354.1 million Alpharetta Ga. Stearns Bank $158.1
million
10/10/2008 Main Street Bank $98 million Northville Mich. Monroe Bank & Trust $39
million
10/10/2008 Meridian Bank $39.2 million Eldred Ill. National Bank $14.5
million
9/25/2008 Washington Mutual Bank $307 billion Henderson Nev. JPMorgan Chase Bank $0
9/19/2008 Ameribank $115 million Northfork W. Va. The Citizens Savings Bank $42
million
9/5/2008 Silver State Bank $2 billion Henderson Nev. Nevada State Bank $550
million
8/29/2008 Integrity Bank $1.1 billion Alpharetta Ga. Regions Bank $350
million
8/22/2008 The Columbian Bank and Trust Company $752 million Topeka Kan. Citizens Bank & Trust $60
million
8/1/2008 First Priority Bank $259 million Bradenton Fla. SunTrust Bank $72
million
7/25/2008 First National Bank of Nevada $3.4 billion Reno Nev. Mutual of Omaha Bank $862
million 1
7/25/2008 First Heritage Bank $254 million Newport Beach Calif. Mutual of Omaha Bank $862
million 1
7/11/2008 IndyMac Bank $32 billion Pasadena Calif. n/a $10.7
billion
5/30/2008 First Integrity Bank $54.7 million Staples Minn. First International Bank and Trust $2.3
million
5/9/2008 ANB Financial $2.1 billion Bentonvile Ark. Pulaski Bank and Trust Company $214
million
3/7/2008 Hume Bank $18.7 million Hume Mo. Security Bank $0
1/25/2008 Douglass National Bank $58.5 million Kansas City Mo. Liberty Bank and Trust Company $5.6
million
1FDIC issued a combined estimate for First Heritage Bank and First National Bank of Nevada
2FDIC issued a combined estimate of $807 million for all subsidiaries of Security Bank Corp.
3Combined assets or FDIC fund cost of all banks acquired by U.S. Bank on 10/30/09
Source: FDIC
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