The Calculated Risk blog has updated its Unofficial Problem Bank List
. There were no bank failures this week, so there were no banks removed from the list due to failures. However, two banks were removed from the list when they announced the termination of enforcement actions issued by the FDIC. Here's the CR change summary:
Two publicly traded organizations announced this week the termination of enforcement actions issued by the FDIC. The removals leave the Unofficial Problem Bank list at 820 institutions with assets of $305.0 billion. A year ago, the list held 958 institutions with assets of $ 389.6 billion.
The removals were The Home Savings and Loan Company, Youngstown, OH ($1.8 billion Ticker: UCFC) and The Palmetto Bank, Greenville, SC ($1.1 billion Ticker: PLMT).
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