The Calculated Risk blog has updated its Unofficial Problem Bank List
. Here's the CR change summary
Many changes were made to the Unofficial Problem Bank List this week with a failure and the OCC releasing its enforcement action through mid-January 2013. In all, there were 10 removals and three additions that leave the list at 812 institutions with assets of $303 billion. A year ago, the list held 956 institutions with assets of $389.6 billion.
One noteworthy addition to the list is Acacia Federal Savings Bank
The CR post also has some interesting commentary on Friday's bank failure and a New Mexico bank. Bank Health Ratings
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