The Calculated Risk blog has updated its Unofficial Problem Bank List. There’s also a change summary (it calls a transition matrix) for Q1. Here are some excerpts from CR’s blog post
The failure last night is the only change to the Unofficial Problem Bank List this week. The removal leaves the list at 790 institutions with assets of $290.0 billion. Bank Health Ratings
With the first quarter of 2013 ending this past week, it is time for an update of the transition matrix. As seen in the table, there have been a total of 1,624 institutions with assets of $811.2 billion that have appeared on the list. For the first time since publication of the list, more than half of the institutions that have appeared on the list have been removed.
For more info on the financial health of banks and credit unions, you can view our Bank Health Ratings
page which provides a table of banks and credit unions with the worst Texas Ratios. You can also sort based on the best Texas Ratios to view the safest banks. Health Rating Updates - 2012 Q4 Data Import Completed
Our financial health ratings are based on bank data that the FDIC releases each quarter. The FDIC and NCUA released Q4 2012 financial data around March 1st. We have imported this data, and all of our bank and credit union financial health ratings are based on this Q4 data.