Here are the 51 U.S. bank failures so far this year by state. Listed are the date each bank was closed, where it was based and its assets.
First State Bank, Stockbridge, Jan. 20, $516.8 million
Central Bank of Georgia, Ellaville, Feb. 24, $278.9 million
Global Commerce Bank, Doraville, March 2, $143.7 million
Covenant Bank & Trust, Rock Spring, March 23, $95.7 million
Security Exchange Bank, Marietta, June 15, $151 million
Montgomery Bank & Trust, Ailey, July 6, $153.2 million
First Cherokee State Bank, Woodstock, July 20, $209 million
Georgia Trust Bank, Buford, July 20, $116.9 million
Jasper Banking Co., Jasper, July 27, $206.7 million
Hometown Community Bank, Braselton, Nov. 16, $124.6 million
Central Florida State Bank, Belleview, Jan. 20, $71.5 million
First Guaranty Bank and Trust Co. of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Jan. 27, $397.1 million
Security Bank, North Lauderdale, May 4, $101 million
Putnam State Bank, Palatka, June 15, $169.5 million
Royal Palm Bank of Florida, Naples, July 20, $78.8 million
GulfSouth Private Bank, Destin, Oct. 19, $139.4 million
First East Side Savings Bank, Tamarac, Oct. 19, $65.7 million
Heritage Bank of Florida, Lutz, Nov. 2, $225.5 million
Charter National Bank and Trust, Hoffman Estates, Feb. 10, $93.9 million
New City Bank, Chicago, March 9, $71.2 million
Premier Bank, Wilmette, March 23, $268.7 million
Farmers’ and Traders’ State Bank, Shabbona, June 8, $43.1 million
Second Federal Savings and Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago, July 20, $190.9 million
Waukegan Savings Bank, Waukegan, Aug. 3, $83.7 million
First United Bank, Crete, Sept. 28, $328.4 million
Citizens First National Bank, Princeton, Nov. 2, $923.9 million
Patriot Bank Minnesota, Forest Lake, Jan. 27, $105 million
Home Savings of America, Little Falls, Feb. 24, $434.1 million
Inter Savings Bank, Maple Grove, April 27, $481.6 million
First Commercial Bank, Bloomington, Sept. 7, $215.9 million
Glasgow Savings Bank, Glasgow, July 13, $22.3 million
Truman Bank, St. Louis, Sept. 14, $282.3 million
Excel Bank, Sedalia, Oct. 19, $186.1 million
Community Bank of the Ozarks, Sunrise, Dec. 14, $42.8 million
Tennessee Commerce Bank, Franklin, Jan. 27, $1 billion
BankEast, Knoxville, Jan. 27, $261.9 million
Farmers Bank of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, June 15, $163.8 million
Bank of the Eastern Shore, Cambridge, April 27, $162.5 million
HarVest Bank of Maryland, Gaithersburg, April 27, $163 million
American Eagle Savings Bank, Boothwyn, Jan. 20, $19.2 million
Nova Bank, Berwyn, Oct. 26, $444.7 million
— SOUTH CAROLINA:
Plantation Federal Bank, Pawleys Island, April 27, $486.4 million
Carolina Federal Savings Bank, Charleston, June 8, $54.4 million
Alabama Trust Bank, Sylacauga, May 18, $51.5 million
Palm Desert National Bank, Palm Desert, April 27, $125.7 million
SCB Bank, Shelbyville, Feb. 10, $182.6 million
Heartland Bank, Leawood, July 20, $96 million
Fidelity Bank, Dearborn, March 30, $818.2 million
— NEW JERSEY:
Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank, Fort Lee, April 20, $51.9 million
— NORTH CAROLINA:
Waccamaw Bank, Whiteville, June 8, $533.1 million
First Capital Bank, Kingfisher, June 8, $46.1 million
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