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Wednesday 19 October 2011

List of 70+ US Banks that have been closed, so far, this year 2011 (source, FDIC).

List of 70+ US Banks that have been closed, so far, this year 2011 (source, FDIC).
Oh, by the way, this doesn’t count the branches of each bank…

Country Bank
First State Bank
Blue Ridge Savings Bank, Inc.
Piedmont Community Bank
Sun Security Bank
The RiverBank Wyoming
First International Bank
Citizens Bank of Northern California
Bank of the Commonwealth
First National Bank of Florida
CreekSide Bank
Patriot Bank of Georgia
First Choice Bank
First Southern National Bank
Lydian Private Bank
Public Savings Bank
The First National Bank of Olathe
Bank of Whitman
Bank of Shorewood
Integra Bank National Association
BankMeridian, N.A.
Virginia Business Bank
Bank of Choice
LandMark Bank of Florida
Southshore Community Bank
Summit Bank
First Peoples Bank
High Trust Bank
One Georgia Bank
Signature Bank Windsor
Colorado Capital Bank
First Chicago Bank & Trust
Mountain Heritage Bank Clayton
First Commercial Bank of Tampa Bay
McIntosh State Bank
Atlantic Bank and Trust
First Heritage Bank
Summit Bank
First Georgia Banking Company
Atlantic Southern Bank
Coastal Bank
Community Central Bank
The Park Avenue Bank
First Choice Community Bank
Cortez Community Bank
Heritage Banking Group
Rosemount National Bank
Superior Bank
Nexity Bank
New Horizons Bank
Bartow County Bank
Nevada Commerce Bank
Western Springs National Bank and Trust
The Bank of Commerce
Legacy Bank
First National Bank of Davis
Valley Community Bank St. Charles
San Luis Trust Bank, FSB
Charter Oak Bank
Citizens Bank of Effingham
Habersham Bank
Canyon National Bank
Badger State Bank
Peoples State Bank
Sunshine State Community Bank
Community First Bank Chicago
North Georgia Bank
American Trust Bank
First Community Bank
FirsTier Bank
Evergreen State Bank
The First State Bank
United Western Bank
The Bank of Asheville
CommunitySouth Bank & Trust
Enterprise Banking Company
Oglethorpe Bank
Legacy Bank
First Commercial Bank of Florida

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