The Calculated Risk blog has updated its Unofficial Problem Bank List
. Here's an excerpt of CR's change summary
Along with the failure, there were two other removals and two additions to the Unofficial Problem List this week. After changes, the list has 770 institutions with assets of $284.1 billion. A year ago, the list held 928 institutions with assets of $361.9 billion.
In addition to a change summary, the CR post offers some interesting news on last Tuesday's bank closure and on the parent of that failed bank:
In a rare Tuesday closing, the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions shuttered Central Arizona Bank, Scottsdale, AZ ($33 million Ticker: CBCRQ). The state banking department was prevented from closing the bank last Friday because of a legal challenge by Capitol Bancorp. Bank Health Ratings
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