September Bank Failures 2010

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September Bank Failures 2010


North County Bank, Arlington, WA with approximately $288.8 million total assets and $276.1 million in total deposits was closed. Whidbey Island Bank, Cupeville, WA has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-215-2010).

Haven Trust Bank Florida, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL with approximately $148.6 million total assets and $133.6 million in total deposits was closed. First Southern Bank, Boca Raton, FL has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-214-2010).

Maritime Savings Bank, West Allis, WI with approximately $350.5 million total assets and $248.1 million in total deposits was closed. North Shore Bank, FSB, Brookfield, WI has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-210-2010).

Bramble Savings Bank, Milford, OH with approximately $47.5 million total assets and $41.6 million in total deposits was closed. Foundation Bank, Cincinnati, OH has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-209-2010).

The Peoples Bank, Winder, GA with approximately $447.2 million total assets and $398.2 million in total deposits was closed. Community & Southern Bank, Carrollton, GA has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-208-2010).

First Commerce Community Bank, Douglasville, GA with approximately $248.2 million total assets and $242.8 million in total deposits was closed. Community & Southern Bank, Carrollton, GA has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-208-2010).

Bank of Ellijay, Ellijay, GA with approximately $168.8 million total assets and $160.7 million in total deposits was closed. Community & Southern Bank, Carrollton, GA has agreed to assume all deposits.
(PR-208-2010).

ISN Bank, Cherry Hill, NJ with approximately $81.6 million total assets and $79.7 million in total deposits was closed. New Century Bank, Phoenixville, PA has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-207-2010).

Horizon Bank, Bradenton, FL with approximately $187.8 million total assets and $164.6 million in total deposits was closed. Bank of the Ozarks, Little Rock, AR has agreed to assume all deposits excluding certain brokered deposits.
(PR-205-2010).

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