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Where is the Money?

Bailout Recipients
We're tracking where taxpayer money has gone in the ongoing
bailout of the financial system. Our database accounts for both
the broader $700 billion bill and the separate bailout of Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac.

Below is the list of companies to which Treasury has


committed money. "Revenue to Government" shows the
amount that has been paid to the Treasury Department
through interest, dividends, fees or the repurchase of stock
warrants. Click on each recipient for more detail on the
transactions.

Note: Subsidies for the mortgage modification program are


listed separately from other commitments. So, for instance,
Bank of America is listed twice – both as a bank and as a
mortgage servicer.

Want just the numbers all in one place? Try this text-only list.

Recipients:
938

Total Committed:
$605,322,512,238

Total Disbursed:
$551,418,968,267

Total Returned:
$207,174,543,234
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Government-
$85 B
Fannie Mae Sponsored D.C. $6 B
disbursed
Enterprise
AIG $48 B
Received other Insurance disbursed /
N.Y. $0
federal aid. Click to Company $70 B
see details. committed
Government-
$63 B
Freddie Mac Sponsored Va. $8 B
disbursed
Enterprise
$7 B
Auto returned /
General Motors Mich. $647 M
Company $51 B
disbursed
Bank of America $45 B
Received other returned /
Bank N.C. $5 B
federal aid. Click to $45 B
see details. disbursed
Citigroup $36 B
Received other returned /
Bank N.Y. $5 B
federal aid. Click to $45 B
see details. disbursed
$25 B
returned /
JPMorgan Chase Bank N.Y. $2 B
$25 B
disbursed
$25 B
returned /
Wells Fargo Bank Calif. $2 B
$25 B
disbursed
GMAC (now Ally Financial Mich. $16 B $2 B
Financial) Services disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Company
Auto $2 B
Company returned /
$11 B
Chrysler Mich. $352 M
disbursed /
$13 B
committed
$10 B
returned /
Goldman Sachs Bank N.Y. $1 B
$10 B
disbursed
$10 B
returned /
Morgan Stanley Bank N.Y. $1 B
$10 B
disbursed
$45 M
Bank of America
Mortgage disbursed /
subsidiaries (incl. Calif. $0
Servicer $8 B
Countrywide)
committed
$8 B
PNC Financial
Bank Pa. returned / $8 $745 M
Services
B disbursed
$7 B
U.S. Bancorp Bank Minn. returned / $7 $334 M
B disbursed
$25 M
Wells Fargo Bank, Mortgage disbursed /
Iowa $0
NA Servicer $5 B
committed
$5 B
SunTrust Bank Ga. $376 M
disbursed
JPMorgan Chase Mortgage N.J. $79 M $0
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed /
subsidiaries Servicer $4 B
committed
AG GECC PPIF Investment $4 B
Del. $32 M
Master Fund, L.P. Fund disbursed
$4 B
Capital One
Bank Va. returned / $4 $254 M
Financial Corp.
B disbursed
Regions Financial $4 B
Bank Ala. $307 M
Corp. disbursed
Oaktree PPIP Investment $3 B
Del. $657 Th
Fund, L.P. Fund disbursed
AllianceBernstein
Investment $3 B
Legacy Securities Del. $49 M
Fund disbursed
Master Fund, L.P.
Wellington Del. $8 M
Management
Investment $3 B
Legacy Securities
Fund disbursed
PPIF Master Fund,
LP
Fifth Third $3 B
Bank Ohio $256 M
Bancorp disbursed
$3 B
Hartford Financial Insurance
Conn. returned / $3 $822 M
Services Company
B disbursed
Financial $3 B
American Express Services N.Y. returned / $3 $414 M
Company B disbursed
$3 B
BB&T Bank N.C. returned / $3 $160 M
B disbursed
Bank of New York Bank N.Y. $3 B $231 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
returned / $3
Mellon
B disbursed
Invesco Legacy $72 M
Investment
Securities Master Del. returned / $3 $70 M
Fund
Fund, L.P. B disbursed
$3 B
KeyCorp Bank Ohio $219 M
disbursed
$2 B
CIT Group Bank N.Y. $44 M
disbursed
$2 B
Comerica
Bank Texas returned / $2 $325 M
Incorporated
B disbursed
Blackrock PPIF, Investment $2 B
Del. $8 M
L.P. Fund disbursed
$2 B
State Street Bank Mass. returned / $2 $124 M
B disbursed
CalHFA Mortgage
State Housing $2 B
Assistance Calif. $0
Orgs disbursed
Corporation
RLJ Western Asset
Investment $2 B
Public/Private Del. $31 M
Fund disbursed
Master Fund, L.P.
$13 M
Mortgage disbursed /
OneWest Bank Calif. $0
Servicer $2 B
committed
$2 B
Marshall & Ilsley Bank Wis. $150 M
disbursed
$2 B
Northern Trust Bank Ill. returned / $2 $134 M
B disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$29 M
Mortgage disbursed /
GMAC Mortgage Pa. $0
Servicer $2 B
committed
Financial $2 B
Chrysler Financial
Services Mich. returned / $2 $7 M
Services
Company B disbursed
Marathon Legacy
Securities Public- Investment $1 B
Del. $6 M
Private Investment Fund disbursed
Partnership, L.P.
$1 B
Zions Bancorp Bank Utah $123 M
disbursed
Huntington $1 B
Bank Ohio $123 M
Bancshares disbursed
$21 M
American Home
Mortgage disbursed /
Mortgage Texas $0
Servicer $1 B
Servicing, Inc.
committed
Financial $1 B
Discover Financial
Services Ill. returned / $1 $240 M
Services
Company B disbursed
$33 M
Ocwen Financial Mortgage disbursed /
Fla. $0
Corporation Servicer $1 B
committed
$28 M
Mortgage disbursed /
CitiMortgage Mo. $0
Servicer $1 B
committed
Florida Housing State Housing Fla. $1 B $0
Finance Orgs disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Corporation
$18 M
Litton Loan Mortgage disbursed /
Texas $0
Servicing Servicer $1 B
committed
Synovus Financial $968 M
Bank Ga. $80 M
Corp. disbursed
$950 M
Lincoln National Insurance returned /
Pa. $263 M
Corporation Company $950 M
disbursed
Puerto $935 M
Popular, Inc. Bank $79 M
Rico disbursed
First Horizon $867 M
Bank Tenn. $76 M
National disbursed
$28 M
Select Portfolio Mortgage disbursed /
Utah $0
Servicing Servicer $751 M
committed
$34 M
Saxon Mortgage Mortgage disbursed /
Texas $0
Services Servicer $620 M
committed
M&T Bank $600 M
Bank N.Y. $53 M
Corporation disbursed
Ohio Homeowner State Housing $570 M
Ohio $0
Assistance LLC Orgs disbursed
$649 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
PNC Mortgage Ohio $0
Servicer $561 M
committed
Associated Banc- Bank Wis. $525 M $46 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Corp disbursed
Michigan Mich. $0
Homeowner
State Housing $499 M
Assistance
Orgs disbursed
Nonprofit Housing
Corporation
North Carolina
State Housing $483 M
Housing Finance N.C. $0
Orgs disbursed
Agency
Illinois Housing
State Housing $446 M
Development Ill. $0
Orgs disbursed
Authority
Puerto $424 M
First BanCorp Bank $7 M
Rico disbursed
$400 M
returned /
City National Bank Calif. $42 M
$400 M
disbursed
$200 M
returned /
Webster Financial Bank Conn. $32 M
$400 M
disbursed
$7 M
Mortgage disbursed /
HomEq Servicing Calif. $0
Servicer $395 M
committed
$9 M
Aurora Loan Mortgage disbursed /
Colo. $0
Services Servicer $393 M
committed
Fulton Financial Bank Pa. $377 M $40 M
Corp returned /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$377 M
disbursed
$361 M
returned /
TCF Financial Bank Minn. $18 M
$361 M
disbursed
SBA Security SBA Security $359 M
$0
Purchases Purchases disbursed
$356 M
UST/TCW Senior
Investment returned /
Mortgage Securities Del. $21 M
Fund $356 M
Fund, L.P.
disbursed
$7 M
Nationstar Mortgage disbursed /
Texas $0
Mortgage Servicer $350 M
committed
$130 M
South Financial returned /
Bank S.C. $17 M
Group $347 M
disbursed
GHFA Affordable State Housing $339 M
Ga. $0
Housing, Inc. Orgs disbursed
Wilmington Trust $330 M
Bank Del. $28 M
Corporation disbursed
East West Bancorp, $307 M
Bank Calif. $26 M
Inc. disbursed
Sterling Financial $303 M
Bank Wash. $7 M
Corp disbursed
New Jersey
Housing and State Housing $301 M
N.J. $0
Mortgage Finance Orgs disbursed
Agency
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Citizens Republic $300 M
Bank Mich. $14 M
Bancorp disbursed
$200 M
Susquehanna returned /
Bank Pa. $22 M
Bancshares $300 M
disbursed
$300 M
returned /
Valley National Bank N.J. $19 M
$300 M
disbursed
Whitney Holding $300 M
Bank La. $25 M
Corp disbursed
$299 M
UCBH Holdings Bank Calif. $8 M
disbursed
State Housing $295 M
SC Housing Corp S.C. $0
Orgs disbursed
$295 M
First Banks, Inc. Bank Mo. $6 M
disbursed
$290 M
GM Supplier Auto returned /
$65 M
Receivables, LLC Company $290 M
disbursed
$5 M
Carrington Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Mortgage Services Servicer $284 M
committed
Arizona (Home)
Foreclosure State Housing $268 M
Ariz. $0
Prevention Funding Orgs disbursed
Corporation
New York Private $267 M
Bank N.Y. $23 M
Bank & Trust Corp disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$267 M
Flagstar Bancorp Bank Mich. $21 M
disbursed
Cathay General $258 M
Bank Calif. $22 M
Bancorp disbursed
Wintrust Financial $250 M
Bank Ill. $21 M
Corp disbursed
$244 M
PrivateBancorp Bank Ill. $19 M
disbursed
$235 M
SVB Financial returned /
Bank Calif. $19 M
Group $235 M
disbursed
Indiana Housing
and Community State Housing $222 M
Ind. $0
Development Orgs disbursed
Authority
Oregon Affordable
State Housing $220 M
Housing Assistance Ore. $0
Orgs disbursed
Corporation
Tennessee Housing
State Housing $217 M
Development Tenn. $0
Orgs disbursed
Agency
International
$216 M
Bancshares Bank Texas $18 M
disbursed
Corporation
$215 M
returned /
Trustmark Corp Bank Miss. $21 M
$215 M
disbursed
Umpqua Bank Ore. $214 M $18 M
returned /
$214 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
$200 M
Washington returned /
Bank Wash. $21 M
Federal Inc. $200 M
disbursed
$196 M
MB Financial Bank Ill. $17 M
disbursed
Pacific Capital $195 M
Bank Calif. $2 M
Bancorp disbursed
Nevada Affordable
State Housing $194 M
Housing Assistance Nev. $0
Orgs disbursed
Corporation
First Midwest $193 M
Bank Ill. $16 M
Bancorp disbursed
$184 M
returned /
First Niagara Bank N.Y. $7 M
$184 M
disbursed
$6 M
U.S. Bank National Mortgage disbursed /
Ky. $0
Association Servicer $181 M
committed
United Community $180 M
Bank Ga. $15 M
Banks disbursed
Alabama Housing State Housing $163 M
Ala. $0
Finance Authority Orgs disbursed
$154 M
Boston Private returned /
Bank Mass. $11 M
Financial Holdings $154 M
disbursed
Provident $152 M
Bank Md. $9 M
Bankshares Corp. disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
National Penn $150 M
Bank Pa. $13 M
Bancshares disbursed
Kentucky Housing State Housing $149 M
Ky. $0
Corporation Orgs disbursed
$119 Th
Green Tree Mortgage disbursed /
Minn. $0
Servicing Servicer $147 M
committed
Dickinson Financial $146 M
Bank Mo. $3 M
Corp II disbursed
Western Alliance $140 M
Bank Nev. $12 M
Bancorporation disbursed
Central Pacific $135 M
Bank Hawaii $2 M
Financial Corp disbursed
$130 M
returned /
CVB Financial Bank Calif. $6 M
$130 M
disbursed
$125 M
returned /
Sterling Bancshares Bank Texas $5 M
$125 M
disbursed
$125 M
returned /
FirstMerit Corp Bank Ohio $7 M
$125 M
disbursed
$124 M
Banner Corp Bank Wash. $11 M
disbursed
$123 M
Chrysler
Auto returned /
Receivables SPV $50 M
Company $123 M
LLC
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$120 M
returned /
Signature Bank Bank N.Y. $13 M
$120 M
disbursed
First Merchants $116 M
Bank Ind. $9 M
Corp disbursed
$111 M
1st Source Corp Bank Ind. $9 M
disbursed
Anchor BanCorp $110 M
Bank Wis. $0
Wisconsin disbursed
WTB Financial $110 M
Bank Wash. $9 M
Corp disbursed
$109 M
S&T Bancorp Bank Pa. $9 M
disbursed
$3 M
Mortgage disbursed /
Bank United Fla. $0
Servicer $107 M
committed
$105 M
Taylor Capital Bank Ill. $9 M
disbursed
Mississippi Home State Housing $102 M
Miss. $0
Corporation Orgs disbursed
$100 M
returned /
F.N.B. Corporation Bank Pa. $3 M
$100 M
disbursed
First Busey $100 M
Bank Ill. $7 M
Corporation disbursed
$100 M
Old National returned /
Bank Ind. $3 M
Bancorp $100 M
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Park National $100 M
Bank Ohio $8 M
Corporation disbursed
$3 M
Bayview Loan Mortgage disbursed /
Fla. $0
Servicing Servicer $98 M
committed
$95 M
Pinnacle Financial Bank Tenn. $8 M
disbursed
Midland Mortgage Mortgage $93 M
Okla. $0
Company Servicer committed
$59 M
Union First Market
returned /
Bankshares Bank Va. $6 M
$93 M
Corporation
disbursed
$90 M
IBERIABANK returned /
Bank La. $3 M
Corp $90 M
disbursed
Midwest Banc $89 M
Bank Ill. $824 Th
Holdings disbursed
$89 M
returned /
Sun Bancorp Bank N.J. $3 M
$89 M
disbursed
$88 M
Plains Capital Corp Bank Texas $8 M
disbursed
$84 M
Westamerica returned /
Bank Calif. $3 M
Bancorporation $84 M
disbursed
Integra Bank $84 M
Bank Ind. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$42 M
Sandy Spring returned /
Bank Md. $7 M
Bancorp $83 M
disbursed
Heartland $82 M
Bank Iowa $7 M
Financial USA disbursed
Mortgage $81 M
PNC Bank, NA Pa. $0
Servicer committed
BancPlus $81 M
Bank Miss. $7 M
Corporation disbursed
Hampton Roads $80 M
Bank Va. $3 M
Bankshares disbursed
$80 M
First Financial returned /
Bank Ohio $8 M
Bancorp $80 M
disbursed
Rhode Island
Housing and State Housing $79 M
R.I. $0
Mortgage Finance Orgs disbursed
Corporation
$78 M
Independent Bank returned /
Bank Mass. $3 M
Corp $78 M
disbursed
$77 M
Columbia Banking returned /
Bank Wash. $10 M
System $77 M
disbursed
$76 M
TowneBank Bank Va. $6 M
disbursed
Bank of the Ozarks Bank Ark. $75 M $6 M
returned /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$75 M
disbursed
$75 M
Texas Capital returned /
Bank Texas $8 M
Bancshares $75 M
disbursed
$75 M
returned /
WesBanco Bank W.Va. $4 M
$75 M
disbursed
Independent Bank $74 M
Bank Mich. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
Old Second $73 M
Bank Ill. $6 M
Bancorp disbursed
First Place $73 M
Bank Ohio $5 M
Financial Corp disbursed
$72 M
Green Bankshares Bank Tenn. $6 M
disbursed
Metropolitan Bank $72 M
Bank Ill. $3 M
Group disbursed
Virginia Commerce $71 M
Bank Va. $6 M
Bancorp disbursed
Alpine Banks of $70 M
Bank Colo. $5 M
Colorado disbursed
$70 M
Flushing Financial returned /
Bank N.Y. $4 M
Corp $70 M
disbursed
$70 M
Southwest Bancorp Bank Okla. $6 M
disbursed
$69 M
Superior Bancorp Bank Ala. $5 M
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$67 M
Nara Bancorp Bank Calif. $6 M
disbursed
$65 M
First Bancorp Bank N.C. $5 M
disbursed
First Financial $65 M
Bank S.C. $6 M
Holdings disbursed
$65 M
SCBT Financial returned /
Bank S.C. $3 M
Corp $65 M
disbursed
$64 M
CoBiz Financial Bank Colo. $5 M
disbursed
$62 M
Wilshire Bancorp Bank Calif. $5 M
disbursed
Standard $60 M
Bank Ill. $4 M
Bancshares disbursed
$59 M
Lakeland Bancorp Bank N.J. $4 M
disbursed
Great Southern $58 M
Bank Mo. $5 M
Bancorp disbursed
$58 M
Liberty Bancshares Bank Ark. $5 M
disbursed
MainSource $57 M
Bank Ind. $5 M
Financial Group disbursed
$56 M
Lakeland Financial returned /
Bank Ind. $4 M
Corporation $56 M
disbursed
Center Financial $55 M
Bank Calif. $5 M
Corp disbursed
Community Bank Miss. $55 M $6 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bancshares of
disbursed
Mississippi, Inc.
$2 M
Mortgage disbursed /
MorEquity Ind. $0
Servicer $54 M
committed
$53 M
WSFS Financial Bank Del. $4 M
disbursed
NewBridge $52 M
Bank N.C. $4 M
Bancorp disbursed
$52 M
Ameris Bancorp Bank Ga. $5 M
disbursed
$343 Th
PennyMac Loan Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Services Servicer $52 M
committed
$52 M
FNB United Corp Bank N.C. $3 M
disbursed
$50 M
U.S. Century Bank Bank Fla. $745 Th
disbursed
BancTrust $50 M
Bank Ala. $4 M
Financial Group disbursed
Home BancShares, $50 M
Bank Ark. $4 M
Inc. disbursed
Seacoast Banking $50 M
Bank Fla. $389 Th
Corp disbursed
$13 M
returned /
State Bankshares Bank N.D. $4 M
$50 M
disbursed
First South $50 M
Bank Tenn. $5 M
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
First American $50 M
Bank Ill. $4 M
Bank Corporation disbursed
Yadkin Valley $49 M
Bank N.C. $4 M
Financial Corp disbursed
Fidelity Southern $48 M
Bank Ga. $4 M
Corp disbursed
$45 M
returned /
The Bancorp Bank Del. $7 M
$45 M
disbursed
MetroCorp $45 M
Bank Texas $3 M
Bancshares disbursed
$38 M
Cadence Financial returned /
Bank Miss. $3 M
Corp $44 M
disbursed
$43 M
Exchange Bank Bank Calif. $3 M
disbursed
Southern
$43 M
Community Bank N.C. $4 M
disbursed
Financial
$550 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
CCO Mortgage Va. $0
Servicer $43 M
committed
$42 M
Sterling Bancorp Bank N.Y. $3 M
disbursed
$42 M
First Community returned /
Bank Va. $1 M
Bancshares $42 M
disbursed
PremierWest Bank Ore. $41 M $1 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bancorp disbursed
$378 Th
RG Mortgage Mortgage Puerto disbursed /
$0
Corporation Servicer Rico $41 M
committed
$41 M
Capital Bank Bank N.C. $3 M
disbursed
$40 M
Berkshire Hills returned /
Bank Mass. $2 M
Bancorp $40 M
disbursed
Heritage $40 M
Bank Calif. $1 M
Commerce Corp disbursed
Reliance $40 M
Bank Mo. $3 M
Bancshares disbursed
Peoples Bancorp $39 M
Bank Ohio $3 M
Inc. disbursed
Cascade Financial $39 M
Bank Wash. $1 M
Corp disbursed
$38 M
OceanFirst returned /
Bank N.J. $2 M
Financial Corp $38 M
disbursed
$38 M
QCR Holdings Bank Ill. $3 M
disbursed
$15 M
returned /
Eagle Bancorp Bank Md. $3 M
$38 M
disbursed
Bridgeview $38 M
Bank Ill. $2 M
Bancorp disbursed
Financial Bank N.Y. $38 M $3 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Institutions disbursed
First Defiance $37 M
Bank Ohio $3 M
Financial Corp disbursed
$12 M
returned /
TIB Financial Corp Bank Fla. $1 M
$37 M
disbursed
$37 M
State Bancorp Bank N.Y. $3 M
disbursed
Fidelity Financial $36 M
Bank Kan. $3 M
Corp disbursed
West $36 M
Bank Iowa $3 M
Bancorporation disbursed
Trinity Capital $36 M
Bank N.M. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
Marquette National $36 M
Bank Ill. $3 M
Corp disbursed
Enterprise
$35 M
Financial Services Bank Mo. $3 M
disbursed
Corp
$35 M
Porter Bancorp Bank Ky. $3 M
disbursed
Fremont $35 M
Bank Calif. $3 M
Bancorporation disbursed
$34 M
Encore Bancshares Bank Texas $3 M
disbursed
The Bank of $34 M
Bank Ky. $3 M
Kentucky disbursed
$34 M
Southern Bancorp Bank Ark. $856 Th
disbursed
First Security Bank Tenn. $33 M $1 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Group disbursed
$33 M
Firstbank Corp Bank Mich. $3 M
disbursed
$33 M
Centrue Financial Bank Mo. $572 Th
disbursed
Pulaski Financial $33 M
Bank Mo. $3 M
Corp disbursed
MutualFirst $32 M
Bank Ind. $3 M
Financial disbursed
Parkvale Financial $32 M
Bank Pa. $3 M
Corp disbursed
Bank of North $31 M
Bank N.C. $3 M
Carolina disbursed
$545 Th
Residential Credit Mortgage disbursed /
Texas $0
Solutions Servicer $31 M
committed
$2 Th
Quantum Servicing Mortgage disbursed /
Fla. $0
Corporation Servicer $30 M
committed
Royal Bancshares $30 M
Bank Pa. $359 Th
of Pennsylvania disbursed
Hawthorn $30 M
Bank Mo. $3 M
Bancshares disbursed
$30 M
Bancorp Rhode returned /
Bank R.I. $2 M
Island $30 M
disbursed
Farmers Capital $30 M
Bank Ky. $2 M
Bank Corp disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$30 M
First M&F Corp Bank Miss. $2 M
disbursed
$30 M
First United Corp Bank Md. $2 M
disbursed
$30 M
Spirit BankCorp Bank Okla. $2 M
disbursed
$30 M
StellarOne Corp Bank Va. $2 M
disbursed
Tennessee $30 M
Bank Tenn. $2 M
Commerce Bancorp disbursed
$7 M
Peapack-Gladstone returned /
Bank N.J. $2 M
Financial $29 M
disbursed
$28 M
Bank of Marin returned /
Bank Calif. $451 Th
Bancorp $28 M
disbursed
$28 M
Colony Bankcorp Bank Ga. $2 M
disbursed
$28 M
CenterState Banks returned /
Bank Fla. $1 M
of Florida, Inc. $28 M
disbursed
Intermountain
$27 M
Community Bank Idaho $1 M
disbursed
Bancorp
$27 M
Alliance Financial returned /
Bank N.Y. $1 M
Corp $27 M
disbursed
Citizens & Bank Pa. $26 M $2 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
returned /
Northern
$26 M
Corporation
disbursed
Washington $26 M
Bank Wash. $2 M
Banking Company disbursed
Mortgage $26 M
Servis One, Inc. Pa. $0
Servicer committed
$26 M
Patriot Bancshares Bank Texas $2 M
disbursed
$26 M
HMN Financial Bank Minn. $2 M
disbursed
$25 M
LNB Bancorp Bank Ohio $2 M
disbursed
Princeton National $25 M
Bank Ill. $2 M
Bancorp disbursed
Peoples Bancorp of $25 M
Bank N.C. $2 M
North Carolina disbursed
First California $25 M
Bank Calif. $2 M
Financial Group disbursed
$25 M
returned /
HF Financial Corp Bank S.D. $1 M
$25 M
disbursed
$25 M
Horizon Bancorp Bank Ind. $2 M
disbursed
Intervest $25 M
Bank N.Y. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
$25 M
Rogers Bancshares Bank Ark. $738 Th
disbursed
Shore Bancshares Bank Md. $25 M $333 Th
returned /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$25 M
disbursed
$25 M
The First Bancorp Bank Maine $2 M
disbursed
VIST Financial $25 M
Bank Pa. $2 M
Corp disbursed
Citizens Bancshares $25 M
Bank Mo. $628 Th
Co. disbursed
Crescent Financial $25 M
Bank N.C. $2 M
Corp disbursed
Stearns Financial $25 M
Bank Minn. $2 M
Services disbursed
National $25 M
Bank Iowa $2 M
Bancshares disbursed
$24 M
CBS Banc-Corp Bank Ala. $2 M
disbursed
Community Trust $24 M
Bank La. $2 M
Financial Corp disbursed
Eastern Virginia $24 M
Bank Va. $2 M
Bankshares disbursed
Heritage Financial $24 M
Bank Wash. $2 M
Corp disbursed
Specialized Loan Mortgage $24 M
Colo. $0
Servicing, LLC Servicer committed
Bridge Capital $24 M
Bank Calif. $2 M
Holdings disbursed
$23 M
Severn Bancorp Bank Md. $2 M
disbursed
Park $23 M
Bank Wis. $2 M
Bancorporation disbursed
First Citizens Banc Bank Ohio $23 M $2 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Corp disbursed
TriState Capital $23 M
Bank Pa. $2 M
Holdings disbursed
Central Bancorp, $23 M
Bank Texas $2 M
Inc. disbursed
Premier Financial $22 M
Bank W.Va. $967 Th
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
University
$22 M
Financial Corp, Bank Minn. $1 M
disbursed
Inc.
Central $22 M
Bank Texas $2 M
Community Corp disbursed
$22 M
Middleburg returned /
Bank Va. $987 Th
Financial Corp $22 M
disbursed
Security Federal $22 M
Bank S.C. $2 M
Corp disbursed
$22 M
Wainwright Bank returned /
Bank Mass. $2 M
& Trust $22 M
disbursed
First Community
$22 M
Financial Partners, Bank Ill. $813 Th
disbursed
Inc.
Liberty $22 M
Bank Mo. $2 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Blue Valley Ban $22 M
Bank Kan. $211 Th
Corp disbursed
Indiana
$22 M
Community Bank Ind. $2 M
disbursed
Bancorp
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$21 M
Medallion Bank Bank Utah $1 M
disbursed
$21 M
BancIndependent Bank Ala. $2 M
disbursed
$21 M
FC Holdings Bank Texas $156 Th
disbursed
AmeriServ $21 M
Bank Pa. $2 M
Financial disbursed
Heritage Oaks $21 M
Bank Calif. $948 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Mercantile Bank $21 M
Bank Mich. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
The Baraboo $21 M
Bank Wis. $2 M
Bancorporation disbursed
First Guaranty $21 M
Bank La. $1 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
District of
State Housing $21 M
Columbia Housing D.C. $0
Orgs disbursed
Finance Agency
$21 M
Unity Bancorp Bank N.J. $2 M
disbursed
$21 M
United Bancorp Bank Mich. $2 M
disbursed
Citizens South $21 M
Bank N.C. $2 M
Banking Corp disbursed
Florida Bank $20 M
Bank Fla. $1 M
Group, Inc. disbursed
Diamond Bancorp, $20 M
Bank Mo. $2 M
Inc. disbursed
First Western $20 M
Bank Colo. $1 M
Financial disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Commonwealth $20 M
Bank Ky. $2 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Market Street $20 M
Bank Ill. $2 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
$20 M
BNCCORP Bank N.D. $910 Th
disbursed
C&F Financial $20 M
Bank Va. $2 M
Corp disbursed
Community First $20 M
Bank Tenn. $2 M
Bancshares disbursed
First Financial $20 M
Bank Ky. $2 M
Service Corp disbursed
$20 M
MidSouth Bancorp Bank La. $2 M
disbursed
The ANB $20 M
Bank Texas $1 M
Corporation disbursed
D.L. Evans $20 M
Bank Idaho $2 M
Bancorp disbursed
Chambers $20 M
Bank Ark. $2 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Community Bank
$19 M
Shares of Indiana, Bank Ind. $1 M
disbursed
Inc.
First PacTrust $19 M
Bank Calif. $2 M
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
$19 M
Carver Bancorp Bank N.Y. $2 M
disbursed
$19 M
Bar Harbor returned /
Bank Maine $1 M
Bankshares $19 M
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$18 M
HopFed Bancorp Bank Ky. $2 M
disbursed
Sovereign $18 M
Bank Texas $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
$18 M
Peoples Bancorp Bank Wash. $1 M
disbursed
First Trust $18 M
Bank La. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
$18 M
ECB Bancorp Bank N.C. $1 M
disbursed
Security Capital $18 M
Bank Miss. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
First NBC Bank $18 M
Bank La. $1 M
Holding Company disbursed
Community First $18 M
Bank Tenn. $1 M
Inc disbursed
Community
$18 M
Bankers Trust Bank Va. $1 M
disbursed
Corp
First Northern
$17 M
Community Bank Calif. $1 M
disbursed
Bancorp
OneFinancial $17 M
Bank Ark. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
Southern First $17 M
Bank S.C. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
$17 M
Liberty Shares Bank Ga. $1 M
disbursed
F&M Financial $17 M
Bank Tenn. $1 M
Corporation (TN) disbursed
Northern States Bank Ill. $17 M $418 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Financial Corp disbursed
The First $17 M
Bank Miss. $412 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Bank of Commerce $17 M
Bank Calif. $1 M
Holdings disbursed
F&M Financial $17 M
Bank N.C. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
First American $17 M
Bank N.Y. $1 M
International Corp disbursed
Guaranty Federal $17 M
Bank Mo. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
$6 Th
Navy Federal Mortgage disbursed /
Va. $0
Credit Union Servicer $17 M
committed
White River
$17 M
Bancshares Bank Ark. $1 M
disbursed
Company
Timberland $17 M
Bank Wash. $952 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Codorus Valley $17 M
Bank Pa. $1 M
Bancorp disbursed
First Federal
$17 M
Bancshares of Bank Ark. $571 Th
disbursed
Arkansas
1st Financial $16 M
Bank N.C. $1 M
Services Corp disbursed
$16 M
Parke Bancorp Bank N.J. $1 M
disbursed
Pacific City $16 M
Bank Calif. $358 Th
Financial Corp disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
RoundPoint
Mortgage $16 M
Mortgage Servicing N.C. $0
Servicer committed
Corporation
Valley Financial $16 M
Bank Va. $941 Th
Corp disbursed
CoastalSouth $16 M
Bank S.C. $813 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Carolina Bank $16 M
Bank N.C. $1 M
Holdings disbursed
MidWest One $16 M
Bank Iowa $1 M
Financial Group disbursed
State Capital $16 M
Bank Miss. $2 M
Corporation disbursed
Community West $16 M
Bank Calif. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
Stockmens
$16 M
Financial Bank S.D. $1 M
disbursed
Corporation
Tri-County $16 M
Bank Md. $1 M
Financial Corp disbursed
BankFirst Capital $16 M
Bank Miss. $1 M
Corp disbursed
First Reliance $15 M
Bank S.C. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
Grandsouth $15 M
Bank S.C. $999 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
Broadway
$15 M
Financial Bank Calif. $810 Th
disbursed
Corporation
Centra Financial Bank W.Va. $15 M $923 Th
Holdings returned /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$15 M
disbursed
$15 M
returned /
LSB Corp Bank Mass. $1 M
$15 M
disbursed
Business $15 M
Bank Mo. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
Foresight Financial $15 M
Bank Ill. $1 M
Group, Inc. disbursed
The Landrum $15 M
Bank Mo. $1 M
Company disbursed
River Valley $15 M
Bank Wis. $1 M
Bancorporation disbursed
Suburban Illinois $15 M
Bank Ill. $1 M
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
$15 M
Nicolet Bankshares Bank Wis. $1 M
disbursed
First Community
$15 M
Bancshares, Inc. Bank Kan. $605 Th
disbursed
(KS)
Village Bank and
$15 M
Trust Financial Bank Va. $950 Th
disbursed
Corp
$15 M
Monarch Financial returned /
Bank Va. $1 M
Holdings $15 M
disbursed
Tidelands $14 M
Bank S.C. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
United Bank $14 M
Bank Ga. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Guaranty Capital $14 M
Bank Miss. $913 Th
Corporation disbursed
First National $14 M
Bank Va. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
$3 M
returned /
Magna Bank Bank Tenn. $1 M
$14 M
disbursed
Bancorp Financial, $14 M
Bank Ill. $790 Th
Inc. disbursed
Sword Financial $14 M
Bank Wis. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
$14 M
First Texas BHC Bank Texas $1 M
disbursed
Oak Valley $14 M
Bank Calif. $1 M
Bancorp disbursed
WashingtonFirst $13 M
Bank Va. $828 Th
Bankshares, Inc. disbursed
$13 M
returned /
LCNB Corp Bank Ohio $525 Th
$13 M
disbursed
Bank of the
$13 M
Carolinas Bank N.C. $875 Th
disbursed
Corporation
$13 M
Morrill Bancshares Bank Kan. $1 M
disbursed
SouthCrest
$13 M
Financial Group, Bank Ga. $758 Th
disbursed
Inc.
HCSB Financial $13 M
Bank S.C. $930 Th
Corporation disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Community First $13 M
Bank Ark. $948 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
$13 M
Adbanc Bank Neb. $1 M
disbursed
Regents $13 M
Bank Wash. $543 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Peoples $13 M
Bank S.C. $903 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
Community $13 M
Bank Va. $1 M
Financial Corp disbursed
Bankers' Bank of $13 M
Bank Colo. $718 Th
the West disbursed
$13 M
Meridian Bank Bank Pa. $723 Th
disbursed
Security State $13 M
Bank Mo. $1 M
Bancshares disbursed
iServe Servicing, Mortgage $12 M
Texas $0
Inc. Servicer committed
PeoplesSouth $12 M
Bank Ga. $968 Th
Bancshares disbursed
$12 M
OneUnited Bank Bank Mass. $94 Th
disbursed
$12 M
1st Constitution returned /
Bank N.J. $987 Th
Bancorp $12 M
disbursed
Blue Ridge $12 M
Bank Mo. $779 Th
Bancshares disbursed
First Manitowoc Bank Wis. $12 M $838 Th
Bancorp returned /
$12 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
$12 M
FNB Bancorp Bank Calif. $959 Th
disbursed
The
$12 M
Queensborough Bank Ga. $883 Th
disbursed
Company
Two Rivers $12 M
Bank Iowa $792 Th
Financial Group disbursed
Duke Financial $12 M
Bank Minn. $408 Th
Group, Inc. disbursed
Farmers $12 M
Bank Kan. $1 M
Enterprises, Inc. disbursed
Alliance Financial $12 M
Bank Minn. $389 Th
Services disbursed
Wachusett
$12 M
Financial Services, Bank Mass. $436 Th
disbursed
Inc.
$12 M
Plumas Bancorp Bank Calif. $622 Th
disbursed
$12 M
Citizens Bancshares Bank Ga. $536 Th
disbursed
DNB Financial $12 M
Bank Pa. $906 Th
Corp disbursed
$12 M
M&F Bancorp Bank N.C. $675 Th
disbursed
TCB Holding $12 M
Bank Texas $691 Th
Company disbursed
Pacific Coast
$12 M
Bankers' Bank Calif. $1 M
disbursed
Bancshares
Cecil Bancorp Bank Md. $12 M $517 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
Selene Financial, Mortgage $11 M
Texas $0
L.P. Servicer committed
Western Illinois $11 M
Bank Ill. $758 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Central Virginia $11 M
Bank Va. $451 Th
Bankshares disbursed
First Community $11 M
Bank S.C. $984 Th
Corp disbursed
Liberty Financial $11 M
Bank La. $461 Th
Services disbursed
First Financial Mortgage $11 M
Idaho $0
Bank, N.A. Servicer committed
Central Jersey $11 M
Bank N.J. $929 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Steele Street Bank $11 M
Bank Colo. $795 Th
Corporation disbursed
Farmers &
$11 M
Merchants Bank Texas $864 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
Mackinac Financial $11 M
Bank Mich. $720 Th
Corporation disbursed
Brotherhood $11 M
Bank Kan. $646 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Stonebridge $11 M
Bank Pa. $635 Th
Financial Corp disbursed
First Capital $11 M
Bank Va. $749 Th
Bancorp disbursed
First Southern Bank Fla. $11 M $1 M
Bancorp returned /
$11 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
Ridgestone $11 M
Bank Wis. $277 Th
Financial Services disbursed
$11 M
BCSB Bancorp Bank Md. $888 Th
disbursed
$11 M
Presidio Bank Bank Calif. $0
disbursed
Security State Bank $11 M
Bank N.D. $486 Th
Holding Company disbursed
First Community
$11 M
Bank Corp of Bank Fla. $745 Th
disbursed
America
Crosstown Holding $11 M
Bank Minn. $906 Th
Company disbursed
Northwest $11 M
Bank Wash. $575 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
Katahdin $10 M
Bank Maine $878 Th
Bankshares disbursed
$10 M
1st Enterprise Bank Bank Calif. $564 Th
disbursed
$10 M
Citizens Bancorp Bank Calif. $224 Th
disbursed
Mission Valley $10 M
Bank Calif. $456 Th
Bancorp disbursed
United
$10 M
Bancorporation of Bank Ala. $873 Th
disbursed
Alabama, Inc.
Illinois State $10 M
Bank Ill. $551 Th
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
North Central $10 M
Bank Iowa $816 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$10 M
Midland States returned /
Bank Ill. $1 M
Bancorp $10 M
disbursed
Heritage $10 M
Bank Va. $473 Th
Bankshares, Inc. disbursed
$10 M
returned /
1st United Bancorp Bank Fla. $871 Th
$10 M
disbursed
Blackhawk $10 M
Bank Wis. $775 Th
Bancorp disbursed
$10 M
BOH Holdings Bank Texas $786 Th
disbursed
$10 M
Center Bancorp Bank N.J. $800 Th
disbursed
$10 M
Central Bancorp Bank Mass. $847 Th
disbursed
ColoEast $10 M
Bank Colo. $821 Th
Bankshares disbursed
First Bankers $10 M
Bank Ill. $861 Th
Trustshares disbursed
$10 M
First Litchfield returned /
Bank Conn. $2 M
Financial Corp $10 M
disbursed
$10 M
Mid Penn Bancorp Bank Pa. $828 Th
disbursed
Mid-Wisconsin $10 M
Bank Wis. $810 Th
Financial Services disbursed
$10 M
NCAL Bancorp Bank Calif. $902 Th
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
New Hampshire $10 M
Bank N.H. $790 Th
Thrift Bancshares disbursed
$10 M
Northway Financial Bank N.H. $840 Th
disbursed
Stewardship $10 M
Bank N.J. $771 Th
Financial Corp disbursed
Uwharrie Capital $10 M
Bank N.C. $896 Th
Corp disbursed
Century Financial
$10 M
Services Bank N.M. $970 Th
disbursed
Corporation
HomeTown
$10 M
Bankshares Bank Va. $351 Th
disbursed
Corporation
$10 M
Greer Bancshares Bank S.C. $840 Th
disbursed
$10 M
Regent Bancorp Bank Fla. $784 Th
disbursed
Penn Liberty $10 M
Bank Pa. $721 Th
Financial Corp disbursed
Coastal Banking $10 M
Bank Fla. $843 Th
Company disbursed
$10 M
Universal Bancorp Bank Ind. $664 Th
disbursed
PSB Financial $10 M
Bank La. $1 M
Corporation disbursed
$10 M
TCB Corporation Bank S.C. $760 Th
disbursed
Franklin Credit Mortgage N.J. $34 Th $0
Management Servicer disbursed /
Corporation $10 M
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
committed
Southern Missouri $10 M
Bank Mo. $809 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Moneytree $10 M
Bank Tenn. $738 Th
Corporation disbursed
Premier Bank $10 M
Bank Fla. $467 Th
Holding Company disbursed
Florida Business $9 M
Bank Fla. $769 Th
BancGroup disbursed
City National
$9 M
Bancshares Bank N.J. $282 Th
disbursed
Corporation
Cache Valley $9 M
Bank Utah $580 Th
Banking Company disbursed
$9 M
FCB Bancorp Bank Ky. $839 Th
disbursed
Freedom First
$9 M
Federal Credit Bank Va. $0
disbursed
Union
Provident
$9 M
Community Bank S.C. $543 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
$9 M
Carrollton Bancorp Bank Md. $693 Th
disbursed
First Priority $9 M
Bank Pa. $522 Th
Financial Corp disbursed
Elmira Savings $9 M
Bank N.Y. $752 Th
Bank disbursed
Community $9 M
Bank N.J. $694 Th
Partners Bancorp disbursed
HPK Financial Bank Ill. $9 M $480 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Corporation disbursed
$9 M
Delmar Bancorp Bank Md. $342 Th
disbursed
$9 M
UBT Banchares Bank Kan. $752 Th
disbursed
RCB Financial $9 M
Bank Ga. $542 Th
Corporation disbursed
$9 M
Salisbury Bancorp Bank Conn. $627 Th
disbursed
$9 M
Citizens First Corp Bank Ky. $727 Th
disbursed
$9 M
Farmers Bank Bank Va. $745 Th
disbursed
$9 M
Equity Bancshares Bank Kan. $735 Th
disbursed
Georgia Commerce $9 M
Bank Ga. $723 Th
Bancshares disbursed
United American $9 M
Bank Calif. $0
Bank disbursed
First Freedom $9 M
Bank Tenn. $297 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Sonoma Valley $9 M
Bank Calif. $347 Th
Bancorp disbursed
$239 Th
Wachovia Mortgage disbursed /
Iowa $0
subsidiaries Servicer $9 M
committed
$9 M
BancStar, Inc. Bank Mo. $641 Th
disbursed
Mortgage Center, Mortgage Mich. $51 Th $0
LLC Servicer disbursed /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$9 M
committed
$9 M
Summit State Bank Bank Calif. $704 Th
disbursed
Vantium Capital,
Mortgage $8 M
Inc.dba Acqura Texas $0
Servicer committed
Loan Services
Great River $8 M
Bank Minn. $760 Th
Holding Company disbursed
Mortgage $8 M
Fay Servicing, LLC Ill. $0
Servicer committed
Private $8 M
Bank Minn. $499 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
$8 M
Annapolis Bancorp Bank Md. $628 Th
disbursed
$8 M
F&M Bancshares Bank Tenn. $524 Th
disbursed
$254 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
First Bank Mo. $0
Servicer $8 M
committed
AMS Servicing, Mortgage $8 M
N.Y. $0
LLC Servicer committed
$8 M
IBC Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $427 Th
disbursed
Fairfax County
$8 M
Federal Credit Bank Va. $0
disbursed
Union
$8 M
Syringa Bancorp Bank Idaho $253 Th
disbursed
The Magnolia State Bank Miss. $8 M $0
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Corporation disbursed
First Eagle $8 M
Bank Ill. $1 M
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
$8 M
MS Financial Bank Texas $477 Th
disbursed
Commonwealth $8 M
Bank Calif. $131 Th
Business Bank disbursed
$8 M
Metro City Bank Bank Ga. $647 Th
disbursed
Oak Ridge $8 M
Bank N.C. $594 Th
Financial Services disbursed
Valley Commerce $8 M
Bank Calif. $647 Th
Bancorp disbursed
First Gothenburg $8 M
Bank Neb. $605 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Country Bank $8 M
Bank Neb. $632 Th
Shares disbursed
Centrix Bank & $8 M
Bank N.H. $623 Th
Trust disbursed
Emclaire Financial $8 M
Bank Pa. $617 Th
Corp disbursed
$8 M
The Little Bank Bank N.C. $672 Th
disbursed
BNB Financial $8 M
Bank N.Y. $441 Th
Services Corp disbursed
Gulfstream $8 M
Bank Fla. $464 Th
Bancshares disbursed
GulfSouth Private $8 M
Bank Fla. $681 Th
Bank disbursed
Somerset Hills Bank N.J. $7 M $403 Th
Bancorp returned / $7
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
M disbursed
Avenue Financial $7 M
Bank Tenn. $592 Th
Holdings disbursed
$7 M
First Sound Bank Bank Wash. $331 Th
disbursed
First BancTrust $7 M
Bank Ill. $595 Th
Corp disbursed
Western
$7 M
Community Bank Calif. $554 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
$7 M
FFW Corp Bank Ind. $658 Th
disbursed
$7 M
Millenium Bancorp Bank Colo. $343 Th
disbursed
$2 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
Iberiabank Fla. $0
Servicer $7 M
committed
Central Federal $7 M
Bank Ohio $612 Th
Corp disbursed
$7 M
TriSummit Bank Bank Tenn. $343 Th
disbursed
Central Valley
$7 M
Community Bank Calif. $540 Th
disbursed
Bancorp
Fidelity Bancorp, $7 M
Bank Pa. $586 Th
Inc. disbursed
Hamilton State $7 M
Bank Ga. $567 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Old Line Bank Md. $7 M $439 Th
Bancshares returned / $7
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
M disbursed
Chicago Shore $7 M
Bank Ill. $397 Th
Corporation disbursed
Heartland $7 M
Bank Ind. $66 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Community
$7 M
Financial Shares, Bank Ill. $475 Th
disbursed
Inc.
$7 M
Guaranty Bancorp Bank N.H. $560 Th
disbursed
$7 M
Idaho Bancorp Bank Idaho $124 Th
disbursed
$7 M
NC Bancorp Bank Ill. $332 Th
disbursed
$2 Th
ORNL Federal Mortgage disbursed /
Tenn. $0
Credit Union Servicer $7 M
committed
Security California $7 M
Bank Calif. $594 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Pierce County $7 M
Bank Wash. $208 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Harbor Bankshares $7 M
Bank Md. $283 Th
Corporation disbursed
Monarch
$7 M
Community Bank Mich. $263 Th
disbursed
Bancorp
$7 M
Premier Bancorp Bank Ill. $660 Th
disbursed
Pathfinder $7 M
Bank N.Y. $314 Th
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Highlands
$7 M
Independent Bank Fla. $526 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
Fidelity Federal $7 M
Bank Ind. $0
Bancorp disbursed
Alarion Financial $7 M
Bank Fla. $554 Th
Services disbursed
Catskill Hudson $7 M
Bank N.Y. $360 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Pacific
$7 M
International Bank Wash. $138 Th
disbursed
Bancorp
Liberty
$7 M
Bancshares, Inc. Bank Texas $239 Th
disbursed
(TX)
Biscayne $6 M
Bank Fla. $472 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
First
$6 M
Intercontinental Bank Ga. $496 Th
disbursed
Bank
Premier Financial $6 M
Bank Iowa $522 Th
Corp disbursed
Citizens Commerce $6 M
Bank Ky. $180 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Carter Federal $6 M
Bank La. $0
Credit Union disbursed
Cardinal Bancorp $6 M
Bank Mo. $425 Th
II, Inc. disbursed
First Vernon $6 M
Bank Ala. $663 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Randolph Bank & Bank N.C. $6 M $269 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Trust Company disbursed
Moscow $6 M
Bank Tenn. $529 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Union Bank & $6 M
Bank N.C. $323 Th
Trust Company disbursed
OSB Financial $6 M
Bank Texas $674 Th
Services disbursed
Centric Financial $6 M
Bank Pa. $210 Th
Corporation disbursed
American State $6 M
Bank Kan. $523 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Beach Business $6 M
Bank Calif. $504 Th
Bank disbursed
IBW Financial $6 M
Bank D.C. $453 Th
Corporation disbursed
$6 M
ICB Financial Bank Calif. $471 Th
disbursed
$6 M
Patapsco Bancorp Bank Md. $378 Th
disbursed
Peninsula Bank $6 M
Bank Calif. $150 Th
Holding Co disbursed
Gateway $6 M
Bank Ga. $415 Th
Bancshares disbursed
McLeod $6 M
Bank Minn. $241 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
$6 M
Howard Bancorp Bank Md. $478 Th
disbursed
$6 M
Rising Sun Bancorp Bank Md. $196 Th
disbursed
$6 M
IA Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.J. $286 Th
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$6 M
Leader Bancorp Bank Mass. $523 Th
disbursed
Security Business $6 M
Bank Calif. $506 Th
Bancorp disbursed
$6 M
Central Bancshares Bank Texas $487 Th
disbursed
$6 M
FPB Bancorp Bank Fla. $274 Th
disbursed
CFBanc $6 M
Bank D.C. $0
Corporation disbursed
Seaside National $6 M
Bank Fla. $483 Th
Bank & Trust disbursed
United Financial
$6 M
Banking Bank Va. $487 Th
disbursed
Companies
$28 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
Marix Servicing Ariz. $0
Servicer $6 M
committed
Waukesha $6 M
Bank Wis. $337 Th
Bankshares disbursed
Boscobel Bancorp, $6 M
Bank Wis. $469 Th
Inc disbursed
First Southwest $6 M
Bank Colo. $207 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
Valley Community $6 M
Bank Calif. $480 Th
Bank disbursed
$6 M
One Georgia Bank Bank Ga. $0
disbursed
$5 M
Legacy Bancorp Bank Wis. $355 Th
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
American Bancorp $5 M
Bank Ill. $0
of Illinois, Inc. disbursed
The Private Bank $5 M
Bank Calif. $441 Th
of California disbursed
Highlands State $5 M
Bank N.J. $303 Th
Bank disbursed
Connecticut Bank
$5 M
and Trust Bank Conn. $272 Th
disbursed
Company
$5 M
BankAsiana Bank N.J. $0
disbursed
Midtown Bank & $5 M
Bank Ga. $275 Th
Trust Company disbursed
$5 M
First Choice Bank Bank Calif. $411 Th
disbursed
Mission
$5 M
Community Bank Calif. $409 Th
disbursed
Bancorp
Capital Commerce $5 M
Bank Wis. $305 Th
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
Franklin Bancorp, $5 M
Bank Mo. $342 Th
Inc. disbursed
First Resource $5 M
Bank Pa. $300 Th
Bank disbursed
Blue River $5 M
Bank Ind. $393 Th
Bancshares disbursed
$5 M
Commerce National
Bank Calif. returned / $5 $36 Th
Bank
M disbursed
Financial Security $5 M
Bank Wyo. $410 Th
Corp disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
First Express of $5 M
Bank Neb. $416 Th
Nebraska disbursed
Southern Illinois $5 M
Bank Ill. $425 Th
Bancorp disbursed
BlackRidge $5 M
Bank N.D. $335 Th
Financial, Inc. disbursed
Covenant Financial $5 M
Bank Miss. $257 Th
Corporation disbursed
AmFirst Financial $5 M
Bank Neb. $413 Th
Services, Inc. disbursed
Germantown
$5 M
Capital Bank Tenn. $390 Th
disbursed
Corporation
$5 M
First ULB Corp Bank Calif. returned / $5 $311 Th
M disbursed
York Traditions $5 M
Bank Pa. $347 Th
Bank disbursed
Southern Heritage $5 M
Bank Tenn. $331 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
BNC Financial $5 M
Bank Conn. $383 Th
Group disbursed
First Menasha $5 M
Bank Wis. $394 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Alaska Pacific $5 M
Bank Alaska $305 Th
Bankshares disbursed
$5 M
Monument Bank Bank Md. $398 Th
disbursed
$5 M
Capital Bancorp Bank Md. $421 Th
disbursed
Western Reserve Bank Ohio $5 M $320 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bancorp, Inc disbursed
Virginia Company $5 M
Bank Va. $291 Th
Bank disbursed
$5 M
CalWest Bancorp Bank Calif. $396 Th
disbursed
$5 M
Lafayette Bancorp Bank Miss. $367 Th
disbursed
Hope Federal $5 M
Bank Miss. $0
Credit Union disbursed
First Colebrook $5 M
Bank N.H. $344 Th
Bancorp disbursed
$5 M
Puget Sound Bank Bank Wash. $388 Th
disbursed
Georgia Primary $5 M
Bank Ga. $0
Bank disbursed
Mainline Bancorp, $5 M
Bank Pa. $154 Th
Inc. disbursed
Community Pride $4 M
Bank Minn. $270 Th
Bank Corporation disbursed
$4 M
CBB Bancorp Bank Ga. $269 Th
disbursed
Pinnacle Bank $4 M
Bank Fla. $285 Th
Holding Company disbursed
Metropolitan
$4 M
Capital Bancorp, Bank Ill. $236 Th
disbursed
Inc.
$138 Th
Wescom Central Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer $4 M
committed
First Business Bank Calif. $4 M $231 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bank, N.A. disbursed
$4 M
Northeast Bancorp Bank Maine $354 Th
disbursed
The Golden 1 Mortgage $4 M
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Pacific Coast $4 M
Bank Calif. $18 Th
National Bancorp disbursed
$4 M
CB Holding Corp. Bank Ill. $272 Th
disbursed
Community Bank $4 M
Bank Calif. $76 Th
of the Bay disbursed
Pacific Commerce $4 M
Bank Calif. $332 Th
Bank disbursed
The Bank of $4 M
Bank N.C. $170 Th
Currituck disbursed
California Bank of $4 M
Bank Calif. $320 Th
Commerce disbursed
Capital Pacific $4 M
Bank Ore. $358 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Carolina Trust $4 M
Bank N.C. $305 Th
Bank disbursed
$4 M
Hilltop Community
Bank N.J. returned / $4 $467 Th
Bancorp
M disbursed
$4 M
Naples Bancorp Bank Fla. $302 Th
disbursed
Premier Service $4 M
Bank Calif. $55 Th
Bank disbursed
Santa Lucia $4 M
Bank Calif. $331 Th
Bancorp disbursed
SBT Bancorp Bank Conn. $4 M $302 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
$4 M
Todd Bancshares Bank Ky. $332 Th
disbursed
$4 M
SV Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $294 Th
disbursed
Grand Capital $4 M
Bank Okla. $285 Th
Corporation disbursed
Investors Financial
$4 M
Corporation of Bank Mo. $174 Th
disbursed
Pettis County
Enterprise
$4 M
Financial Services Bank Pa. $256 Th
disbursed
Group
$4 M
KS Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.C. $214 Th
disbursed
$4 M
Providence Bank Bank N.C. $188 Th
disbursed
$4 M
Texas National
Bank Texas returned / $4 $494 Th
Bancorporation
M disbursed
Community $4 M
Bank Calif. $318 Th
Business Bank disbursed
Fidelity Bancorp, $4 M
Bank La. $401 Th
Inc (LA) disbursed
Peoples Bancshares $4 M
Bank Tenn. $298 Th
of TN disbursed
Community $4 M
Bank Ariz. $216 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Redwood Capital $4 M
Bank Calif. $327 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Tifton Banking Bank Ga. $4 M $223 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Company disbursed
$195 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
ShoreBank Ill. $0
Servicer $4 M
committed
Pascack $4 M
Bank N.J. $312 Th
Community Bank disbursed
First Financial $4 M
Bank Kan. $358 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Financial Services $4 M
Bank Minn. $316 Th
of Winger, Inc. disbursed
$4 M
Pathway Bancorp Bank Neb. $78 Th
disbursed
$4 M
Triad Bancorp Bank Mo. $279 Th
disbursed
Patterson $4 M
Bank La. $66 Th
Bancshares disbursed
AMB Financial $4 M
Bank Ind. $309 Th
Corp disbursed
Allied First $4 M
Bank Ill. $260 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Wealthbridge Mortgage $4 M
Ore. $0
Mortgage Corp Servicer committed
$24 Th
CUC Mortgage Mortgage disbursed /
N.Y. $0
Corporation Servicer $4 M
committed
$4 M
CedarStone Bank Bank Tenn. $296 Th
disbursed
Merchants and Bank Ill. $4 M $221 Th
Manufacturers disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bank Corporation
AB&T Financial $4 M
Bank N.C. $273 Th
Corp disbursed
Mercantile Capital $4 M
Bank Mass. $291 Th
Corp disbursed
Mortgage $3 M
Pathfinder Bank N.Y. $0
Servicer committed
First Alliance $3 M
Bank Tenn. $212 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Birmingham
$3 M
Bloomfield Bank Mich. $174 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
Bainbridge $3 M
Bank Ga. $0
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Madison Financial $3 M
Bank Ky. $169 Th
Corp disbursed
First Bank of $3 M
Bank W.Va. $278 Th
Charleston disbursed
California Oaks $3 M
Bank Calif. $281 Th
State Bank disbursed
Mountain Valley $3 M
Bank Ga. $160 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Bancorp of $3 M
Bank Miss. $0
Okolona, Inc. disbursed
Congaree $3 M
Bank S.C. $152 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Treaty Oak $3 M
Bank Texas $192 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Border Federal $3 M
Bank Texas $0
Credit Union disbursed
Hometown Bancorp Bank Ala. $3 M $263 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
of Alabama disbursed
$3 M
FPB Financial
Bank La. returned / $3 $384 Th
Corp
M disbursed
First Independence $3 M
Bank Mich. $155 Th
Corporation disbursed
$3 M
Oregon Bancorp Bank Ore. $229 Th
disbursed
Kilmichael $3 M
Bank Miss. $0
Bancorp, Inc. disbursed
Crazy Woman $3 M
Bank Wyo. $251 Th
Creek Bancorp disbursed
Fortune Financial $3 M
Bank Mo. $231 Th
Corporation disbursed
Grand Mountain $3 M
Bank Colo. $0
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
$3 M
Lone Star Bank Bank Texas $0
disbursed
Sound Banking $3 M
Bank N.C. $268 Th
Company disbursed
FBHC Holding $3 M
Bank Colo. $155 Th
Company disbursed
Citizens $3 M
Bank Va. $269 Th
Community Bank disbursed
Clover Community $3 M
Bank S.C. $226 Th
Bankshares disbursed
Marine Bank & $3 M
Bank Fla. $236 Th
Trust Company disbursed
$3 M
PGB Holdings Bank Ill. $228 Th
disbursed
St. Johns Bank Mo. $3 M $233 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bancshares disbursed
Tennessee Valley $3 M
Bank Tenn. $146 Th
Financial Holdings disbursed
$3 M
Frontier
Bank Texas returned / $3 $390 Th
Bancshares
M disbursed
Freeport $3 M
Bank Ill. $320 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Fidelity Resources $3 M
Bank Texas $186 Th
Company disbursed
$3 M
Bank of Commerce Bank N.C. $258 Th
disbursed
Layton Park $3 M
Bank Wis. $108 Th
Financial Group disbursed
$3 M
Redwood Financial Bank Minn. $261 Th
disbursed
F & C Bancorp, $3 M
Bank Mo. $309 Th
Inc. disbursed
Alliance $3 M
Bank Ga. $185 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Community Credit Mortgage $3 M
Fla. $0
Union of Florida Servicer committed
Santa Clara Valley $3 M
Bank Calif. $159 Th
Bank disbursed
$3 M
Berkshire Bancorp Bank Pa. $146 Th
disbursed
$3 M
US Metro Bank Bank Calif. $238 Th
disbursed
Santa Cruz
$3 M
Community Credit Bank Calif. $0
disbursed
Union
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Omega Capital $3 M
Bank Colo. $50 Th
Corp disbursed
Prairie Star $3 M
Bank Kan. $132 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Cooperative Center
$3 M
Federal Credit Bank Calif. $0
disbursed
Union
Tri-State Bank of $3 M
Bank Tenn. $190 Th
Memphis disbursed
SouthFirst $3 M
Bank Ala. $177 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Mortgage $3 M
Centrue Bank Ill. $0
Servicer committed
Worthington
$3 M
Financial Holdings, Bank Ala. $185 Th
disbursed
Inc.
DeSoto County $3 M
Bank Miss. $144 Th
Bank disbursed
$3 M
Bank of George Bank Nev. $207 Th
disbursed
Regent Capital $3 M
Bank Okla. $212 Th
Corporation disbursed
Community First
$3 M
Guam Federal Bank Guam $0
disbursed
Credit Union
Shreveport Federal $3 M
Bank La. $0
Credit Union disbursed
Deerfield Financial $3 M
Bank Wis. $277 Th
Corporation disbursed
Manhattan $3 M
Bank Ill. $256 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Community $3 M
Bank Ohio $233 Th
Investors Bancorp disbursed
Northern State $3 M
Bank N.J. $132 Th
Bank disbursed
$3 M
Goldwater Bank Bank Ariz. $146 Th
disbursed
Community 1st $3 M
Bank Calif. $139 Th
Bank disbursed
$3 M
Plato Holdings Inc. Bank Minn. $223 Th
disbursed
Atlantic City
$3 M
Federal Credit Bank Wyo. $0
disbursed
Union
Pyramid Federal $3 M
Bank Ariz. $0
Credit Union disbursed
AmeriBank $2 M
Bank Okla. $196 Th
Holding Company disbursed
Suburban
Mortgage $2 M
Mortgage Company N.M. $0
Servicer committed
of New Mexico
$4 Th
IC Federal Credit Mortgage disbursed /
Mass. $0
Union Servicer $2 M
committed
Banco Popular de Mortgage Puerto $2 M
$0
Puerto Rico Servicer Rico committed
Mortgage $2 M
Franklin Savings Ohio $0
Servicer committed
Grand Financial $2 M
Bank Miss. $182 Th
Corporation disbursed
Citizens Bank & Bank La. $2 M $20 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Trust Company disbursed
$2 M
CSRA Bank Corp Bank Ga. $181 Th
disbursed
Green Circle $2 M
Bank Iowa $192 Th
Investments disbursed
Brogan $2 M
Bank Wis. $252 Th
Bankshares, Inc. disbursed
NEMO Bancshares $2 M
Bank Mo. $226 Th
Inc. disbursed
$2 M
IBT Bancorp Bank Texas $173 Th
disbursed
Columbine Capital $2 M
Bank Colo. $181 Th
Corp disbursed
$2 M
CenterBank Bank Ohio $158 Th
disbursed
Alternatives
$2 M
Federal Credit Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Union
Union Financial $2 M
Bank N.M. $72 Th
Corporation disbursed
$3 Th
Los Alamos Mortgage disbursed /
N.M. $0
National Bank Servicer $2 M
committed
Silver State Schools Mortgage $2 M
Nev. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Security
$2 M
Bancshares of Bank Mo. $177 Th
disbursed
Pulaski County
$2 M
Titonka Bancshares Bank Iowa $158 Th
disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Ojai Community $2 M
Bank Calif. $175 Th
Bank disbursed
Market $2 M
Bank Minn. $139 Th
Bancorporation disbursed
$2 M
The Victory Bank Bank Pa. $96 Th
disbursed
Magna Bank Mortgage $2 M
Tenn. $0
(servicing) Servicer committed
$2 M
Surrey Bancorp Bank N.C. $174 Th
disbursed
TCNB Financial $2 M
Bank Ohio $179 Th
Corp disbursed
Nationwide $2 M
Bank Neb. $114 Th
Bankshares, Inc. disbursed
Atlantic $2 M
Bank S.C. $68 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Northwest $2 M
Bank Wash. $164 Th
Commercial Bank disbursed
$2 M
Fresno First Bank Bank Calif. $134 Th
disbursed
Virginia
$2 M
Community Bank Va. $0
disbursed
Capital, Inc.
Hometown $2 M
Bank Ky. $156 Th
Bancshares disbursed
Merchants and
$2 M
Planters Bank Tenn. $148 Th
disbursed
Bancshares
Monadnock $2 M
Bank N.H. $166 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Seacoast Commerce Bank Calif. $2 M $161 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bank disbursed
American Premier $2 M
Bank Calif. $119 Th
Bancorp disbursed
Bramble Savings Mortgage $2 M
Ohio $0
Bank Servicer committed
Southern
Chautauqua $2 M
Bank N.Y. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
BCB Holding $2 M
Bank Ala. $127 Th
Company disbursed
$2 M
Manhattan
Bank Calif. returned / $2 $130 Th
Bancorp
M disbursed
Maryland Financial $2 M
Bank Md. $36 Th
Bank disbursed
Signature $2 M
Bank Texas $162 Th
Bancshares disbursed
The State Bank of $2 M
Bank Neb. $130 Th
Bartley disbursed
Gateway
Community $2 M
Bank Mont. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
$2 M
Gold Canyon Bank Bank Ariz. $54 Th
disbursed
Tongass Federal $2 M
Bank Alaska $0
Credit Union disbursed
$1 Th
Citizens First Mortgage disbursed /
Ill. $0
National Bank Servicer $2 M
committed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$2 M
Hyperion Bank Bank Pa. $129 Th
disbursed
$2 M
Saigon National Bank Calif. $0
disbursed
D.C. Federal Credit $2 M
Bank D.C. $0
Union disbursed
Regional $2 M
Bank S.C. $123 Th
Bankshares disbursed
$2 M
Vision Bank - Texas Bank Texas $107 Th
disbursed
PFSB
$2 M
Bancorporation, Bank Wis. $76 Th
disbursed
Inc.
$7 Th
Schools Financial Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer $1 M
committed
$15 Th
First Keystone Mortgage disbursed /
Pa. $0
Bank Servicer $1 M
committed
Mortgage $1 M
Horizon Bank, NA Ind. $0
Servicer committed
$17 Th
Sterling Savings Mortgage disbursed /
Wash. $0
Bank Servicer $1 M
committed
Vericret Financial, Mortgage $1 M
Okla. $0
Inc. Servicer committed
Liberty Bank and Mortgage $1 M
La. $0
Trust Co Servicer committed
Indiana Bank Corp Bank Ind. $1 M $94 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
disbursed
Fort Lee Federal $1 M
Bank N.J. $87 Th
Savings Bank disbursed
Valley Financial
$1 M
Group, Ltd., 1st Bank Mich. $47 Th
disbursed
State Bank
Vigo County
$1 M
Federal Credit Bank Ind. $0
disbursed
Union
Spirit of Alaska
Mortgage $1 M
Federal Credit Alaska $0
Servicer committed
Union
First Advantage $1 M
Bank Minn. $79 Th
Bancshares Inc. disbursed
$19 Th
Technology Credit Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Union Servicer $1 M
committed
$11 Th
Hillsdale County Mortgage disbursed /
Mich. $0
National Bank Servicer $1 M
committed
Hartford Savings Mortgage $1 M
Wis. $0
Bank Servicer committed
Citizens
Mortgage $1 M
Community Bank Ill. $0
Servicer committed
(IL)
Flagstar Capital
Mortgage $1 M
Markets Mich. $0
Servicer committed
Corporation
Riverside $1 M
Bank Ark. $115 Th
Bancshares, Inc. disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Southside Credit $1 M
Bank Texas $0
Union disbursed
Brewery Credit $1 M
Bank Wis. $0
Union disbursed
Opportunities $1 M
Bank Vt. $0
Credit Union disbursed
$1 M
Independence Bank Bank R.I. $93 Th
disbursed
Community
$1 M
Holding Company Bank Fla. $87 Th
disbursed
of Florida
Calvert Financial $1 M
Bank Mo. $88 Th
Corp disbursed
Fidelity Homestead Mortgage $1 M
La. $0
Savings Bank Servicer committed
Mortgage $1 M
M&T Bank N.Y. $0
Servicer committed
Bank Financial $1 M
Bank Minn. $55 Th
Services, Inc. disbursed
$1 M
BankGreenville Bank S.C. $82 Th
disbursed
Butte Federal $1 M
Bank Calif. $0
Credit Union disbursed
First Legacy
$1 M
Community Credit Bank N.C. $0
disbursed
Union
$985 Th
Bern Bancshares Bank Kan. $81 Th
disbursed
Lower East Side
$898 Th
People's Federal Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Credit Union
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$3 Th
IBM Southeast
Mortgage disbursed /
Employees' Federal Fla. $0
Servicer $870 Th
Credit Union
committed
$12 Th
Central Florida
Mortgage disbursed /
Educators Federal Fla. $0
Servicer $870 Th
Credit Union
committed
$11 Th
Park View Federal Mortgage disbursed /
Ohio $0
Savings Bank Servicer $870 Th
committed
American Eagle
Mortgage $870 Th
Federal Credit Conn. $0
Servicer committed
Union
$1 Th
HomeStar Bank & Mortgage disbursed /
Ill. $0
Financial Services Servicer $870 Th
committed
Mortgage $870 Th
Roebling Bank N.J. $0
Servicer committed
$21 Th
Greater Nevada Mortgage disbursed /
Nev. $0
Mortgage Services Servicer $870 Th
committed
University First
Mortgage $870 Th
Federal Credit Utah $0
Servicer committed
Union
$825 Th
Gregg Bancshares Bank Mo. $45 Th
disbursed
Banner County $795 Th
Bank Neb. $66 Th
Bank Corp disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
UNO Federal $743 Th
Bank La. $0
Credit Union disbursed
$731 Th
First State Bank of returned /
Bank Texas $82 Th
Mobeetie $731 Th
disbursed
$19 Th
Mission Federal Mortgage disbursed /
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer $725 Th
committed
Oakland Municipal Mortgage $725 Th
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Grafton Suburban Mortgage $725 Th
Mass. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Verity Credit Mortgage $725 Th
Wash. $0
Union Servicer committed
Mortgage $725 Th
United Bank Ga. $0
Servicer committed
Mortgage $725 Th
Vist Financial Corp Pa. $0
Servicer committed
Mainstreet Credit Mortgage $725 Th
Kan. $0
Union Servicer committed
Farmers State $700 Th
Bank Kan. $54 Th
Bancshares disbursed
$700 Th
Midwest Regional returned /
Bank Mo. $63 Th
Bancorp $700 Th
disbursed
Independent
Employers Group $698 Th
Bank Hawaii $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$651 Th
Green City returned /
Bank Mo. $82 Th
Bancshares $651 Th
disbursed
Corning Savings
$638 Th
and Loan Bank Ark. $52 Th
disbursed
Association
$607 Th
Butler Point Bank Ill. $47 Th
disbursed
$34 Th
United Bank
Mortgage disbursed /
Mortgage Mich. $0
Servicer $580 Th
Corporation
committed
Purdue Employees
Mortgage $580 Th
Federal Credit Ind. $0
Servicer committed
Union
Bay Federal Credit Mortgage $580 Th
Calif. $0
Union Servicer committed
$1 Th
Great Lakes Credit Mortgage disbursed /
Ill. $0
Union Servicer $580 Th
committed
Fresno County
Mortgage $580 Th
Federal Credit Calif. $0
Servicer committed
Union
Midwest Bank and Mortgage $580 Th
Ill. $0
Trust Co. Servicer committed
Midwest Mortgage $580 Th
Ill. $0
Community Bank Servicer committed
Mortgage $580 Th
First Safety Bank Ohio $0
Servicer committed
Colonial American Bank Pa. $574 Th $43 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bank disbursed
Bethex Federal $502 Th
Bank N.Y. $0
Credit Union disbursed
Community
$500 Th
Bancshares of Bank Kan. $39 Th
disbursed
Kansas
$470 Th
Kirksville Bancorp Bank Mo. $36 Th
disbursed
Community Plus
$450 Th
Federal Credit Bank Ill. $0
disbursed
Union
Farmers &
$442 Th
Merchants Bank Kan. $34 Th
disbursed
Financial Corp
$4 Th
Lake National Mortgage disbursed /
Ohio $0
Bank Servicer $435 Th
committed
Metropolitan Mortgage $435 Th
Ark. $0
National Bank Servicer committed
$2 Th
Yadkin Valley Mortgage disbursed /
N.C. $0
Bank Servicer $435 Th
committed
iServe Residential Mortgage $435 Th
Calif. $0
Lending, LLC Servicer committed
James B. Nutter & Mortgage $435 Th
Mo. $0
Company Servicer committed
Liberty County
$435 Th
Teachers Federal Bank Texas $0
disbursed
Credit Union
Haviland Bank Kan. $425 Th $33 Th
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Bancshares disbursed
Tulane-Loyola
$424 Th
Federal Credit Bank La. $0
disbursed
Union
Northeast
Community $350 Th
Bank Calif. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
Greater Kinston $350 Th
Bank N.C. $0
Credit Union disbursed
North Side
Community $325 Th
Bank Ill. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
The Freeport State $301 Th
Bank Kan. $9 Th
Bank disbursed
Genesee Co-op
$300 Th
Federal Credit Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Union
Brooklyn
Cooperative $300 Th
Bank N.Y. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
Union Settlement
$295 Th
Federal Credit Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Union
$1 Th
Mortgage disbursed /
Lake City Bank Ind. $0
Servicer $290 Th
committed
Horicon Bank Mortgage Wis. $2 Th $0
Servicer disbursed /
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$290 Th
committed
Stanford Federal Mortgage $290 Th
Calif. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
$2 Th
Glass City Federal Mortgage disbursed /
Ohio $0
Credit Union Servicer $290 Th
committed
$11 Th
Idaho Housing and Mortgage disbursed /
Idaho $0
Finance Association Servicer $290 Th
committed
Golden Plains Mortgage $290 Th
Kan. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
First National Bank Mortgage $290 Th
Ill. $0
of Grant Park Servicer committed
Aurora Financial Mortgage $290 Th
N.J. $0
Group Servicer committed
Neighborhood
$283 Th
Trust Federal Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Credit Union
Prince Kuhio
$273 Th
Federal Credit Bank Hawaii $0
disbursed
Union
Phenix Pride
$153 Th
Federal Credit Bank Ala. $0
disbursed
Union
Citizens First
Mortgage $145 Th
Wholesale Fla. $0
Servicer committed
Mortgage Company
Farmers State Mortgage $145 Th
Ohio $0
Bank Servicer committed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
$7 Th
Allstate Mortgage
Mortgage disbursed /
Loans & Fla. $0
Servicer $145 Th
Investments, Inc.
committed
Mortgage $145 Th
SEFCU N.Y. $0
Servicer committed
Mortgage Clearing Mortgage $145 Th
Okla. $0
Corporation Servicer committed
$6 Th
DuPage Credit Mortgage disbursed /
Ill. $0
Union Servicer $145 Th
committed
Mortgage $145 Th
QLending, Inc. Fla. $0
Servicer committed
Community Bank Mortgage $145 Th
Pa. $0
& Trust Company Servicer committed
Eaton National
Mortgage $145 Th
Bank & Trust Ohio $0
Servicer committed
Company
Tempe Schools Mortgage $145 Th
Ariz. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Mortgage $145 Th
RBC Bank (USA) N.C. $0
Servicer committed
American Finance Mortgage $145 Th
Calif. $0
House LARIBA Servicer committed
AgFirst Farm Mortgage $145 Th
S.C. $0
Credit Bank Servicer committed
Amarillo National Mortgage $145 Th
Texas $0
Bank Servicer committed
American Financial Mortgage $145 Th
N.J. $0
Resources Inc. Servicer committed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Capital
Mortgage $145 Th
International Fla. $0
Servicer committed
Financial, Inc.
CU Mortgage Mortgage $145 Th
Minn. $0
Services, Inc. Servicer committed
First Federal Bank Mortgage $145 Th
Fla. $0
of Florida Servicer committed
First Mortgage Mortgage $145 Th
Calif. $0
Corporation Servicer committed
Gateway Mortgage Mortgage $145 Th
Okla. $0
Group, LLC Servicer committed
GFA Federal Mortgage $145 Th
Mass. $0
Credit Union Servicer committed
Mortgage $145 Th
Guaranty Bank Minn. $0
Servicer committed
Marsh Associates, Mortgage $145 Th
N.C. $0
Inc. Servicer committed
Schmidt Mortgage Mortgage $145 Th
Ohio $0
Company Servicer committed
Stockman Bank of Mortgage $145 Th
Mont. $0
Montana Servicer committed
Weststar Mortgage, Mortgage $145 Th
Va. $0
Inc. Servicer committed
Buffalo
Cooperative $145 Th
Bank N.Y. $0
Federal Credit disbursed
Union
Hill District Federal $100 Th
Bank Pa. $0
Credit Union disbursed
Episcopal Bank Calif. $100 Th $0
Community disbursed
Amount Revenue
Name Type State
Committed to Gov't
Federal Credit
Union
Thurston Union of Wash. $0
Low-Income People
$75 Th
(TULIP) Bank
disbursed
Cooperative Credit
Union
Workers United
$57 Th
Federal Credit Bank N.Y. $0
disbursed
Union
Renaissance
Community $31 Th
Bank N.J. $0
Development disbursed
Credit Union
Faith Based
$30 Th
Federal Credit Bank Calif. $0
disbursed
Union
Fidelis Federal $14 Th
Bank N.Y. $0
Credit Union disbursed
Union Baptist
$10 Th
Church Federal Bank Ind. $0
disbursed
Credit Union
East End Baptist
$7 Th
Tabernacle Federal Bank Conn. $0
disbursed
Credit Union
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Mike Capuano's Bank CEO Beatdown: "I'm Amazed That None
Of You Have Been Prosecuted Yet!" (VIDEO)

• "Basically you come to us today on your bicycles, after buying


Girl Scout cookies and helping out Mother Theresa."

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FDIC Q2 Banking Profile: 829 Problem Banks
by CalculatedRisk on 8/31/2010 11:12:00 AM
The FDIC released the Q2 Quarterly Banking Profile today.

The FDIC listed 829 banks with $403 billion in assets as


“problem” banks in Q2, up from 775 banks in Q1 2010, but the
total assets declined from $431 billion in assets in Q1 2010.

There were 702 banks with $403 billion in assets on the list at the
end of 2009.

Note: Not all problem banks will fail - and not all failures will be
from the problem bank list - but this shows the problem is
significant and still growing.

The Unofficial Problem Bank List shows 840


problem banks with $410 billion in assets - the difference is timing
of releases of formal actions (or hints of pending actions).
This graph shows the number of FDIC insured "problem" banks
since 1990.
All data is year end except Q1 2010.

The 829 problem banks reported at the end of Q2 is the highest


since 1992.

The FDIC is just behind the pace for 1,000 problem banks by the
end of the year, although it also depends on how many banks are
removed from the list.

On the Deposit Insurance Fund: The fund had an ending balance of


-$15.2 billion at the end of Q2, an improvement from -$20.7
billion at the end of Q1. However the fund has plenty of cash
because of the prepaid assessments last year - but those
assessments will not be accounted for until they were originally
due.

http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2010/08/fdic-q2-
banking-profile-829-problem.html

Saturday, August 28, 2010


Unofficial Problem Bank List increases to 840 institutions

by CalculatedRisk on 8/28/2010 08:44:00 AM

Note:this is an unofficial list of Problem Banks compiled only from


public sources.

Here is the unofficial problem bank list for August 27, 2010.

Changes and comments from surferdude808:


The Unofficial Problem Bank List grew by more than five
percent this week as the FDIC released its enforcement actions for
July 2010. This week, there were 28 additions and 5 removals.
Also, the list was updated to reflect assets as of the second quarter.
For institutions on the list since the first quarter, aggregate assets
declined by $13.9 billion. With these changes, the Unofficial
Problem Bank List includes 840 institutions with aggregate assets
of $410.3 billion.

Removals include First National Bank and Trust of Syracuse ($58


million), Town Center Bank ($40 million), and Peoples State Bank
($26 million), which were involved in unassisted mergers during
July. Other removals from action termination include
Independence Bank ($352 million) and Darien Rowayton Bank
($107 million).

Among the 28 additions are TIB Bank, Naples, FL ($1.7 billion);


CB&S Bank, Inc., Russellville, AL ($1.3 billion); First Bank and
Trust, New Orleans, LA ($944 million); Citizens Bank of
Mukwonago, Mukwonago, WI ($627 million); and First Chatham
Bank, Savannah, GA ($596 million). Geographically, the additions
include 5 institutions from Illinois, 4 from Florida, and 3 from
Minnesota.

http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2010/08/fdic-q2-
banking-profile-829-problem.html
How the fight over tax breaks affects your
bottom line
Tax cuts enacted under former president George W. Bush
are set to expire at year's end, and lawmakers are battling
over whether to extend them before the November
elections. Most Republicans want to extend all of the cuts,
saying that any increase in taxes will hold back the
economic recovery. President Obama and Democratic
leaders would extend many of the cuts but say tax breaks
for top earners should expire to pare down deficits. Each
plan would affect average tax rates for income groups
differently.

Self explanatory.

• WashPo Interactive Infographic (Full-Size)

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If The GOP Takes The House, Issa Plans New
Bailout Probe

From a story this morning on Politico, Republican


Darrell Issa plans to go after Obama, Geithner &
Summers broadly over the various bailouts, as well as
turn up the heat on the Countrywide VIP investigations,
even if it means going after fellow Republicans.
##
From Politico
Bailouts, Bailouts, Bailouts. No investigation poses a
more significant political danger to Obama than a no-
holds-barred GOP probe into TARP, the AIG bailout,
the Freddie-Fannie sinkhole and the administration’s
de facto takeover of GM and Chrysler.
Reason One: Perhaps the only issue uniting all voters is
a shared hatred of all bailouts — so few Democrats,
even die-hard liberals, would be willing to stand in front
of a bus to defend Obama against attacks.
Reason Two: One GOP aide described the bailouts as a
“huge pool” from which to make document and e-mail
requests — and issue subpoenas. The prospect of a
massive and popular fishing expedition at the West
Wing’s expense would delight the Republican base and
create a political headache for the president’s team.
Issa seriously rattled Democrats earlier this summer by
revealing the lengths he is willing to go to obtain
information, asking Google executives if they would be
willing to turn over Gmail messages pertaining to
administration business.
“If he comes at them, the White House will then have to
make up its mind: Will they let their lawyers take over,
or will they let the political people run the show?” says
Lanny Davis, who counsels Obama to turn over as
much as possible as quickly as possible to avoid
allegations of stonewalling.
“If Rahm Emanuel is still chief of staff, they will have a
huge advantage. He’s been through this before, and
he’ll push back against the lawyers,” added Davis.
Countrywide Mortgage and “Angelo’s List.” Sen. Chris
Dodd’s embarrassing placement on the company’s VIP
mortgage list played a major role in the Connecticut
Democrat’s involuntary retirement earlier this year.
Issa — using only the bully pulpit — has already forced
Countrywide’s parent, Bank of America, to turn over
reams of documents. If he becomes chairman, Issa will
use the committee’s power to obtain more information
on sweetheart deals, even if it involves GOP politicians,
according to a person close to him.
“I think the White House is underestimating him,” says
a top congressional Democratic aide. “What makes him
so dangerous is that he’s willing to turn on Republicans,
too.” http://dailybail.com/home/if-the-gop-takes-
the-house-issa-plans-new-bailout-probe.html
===============continue below from Politico

GOP plans wave of


White House
probes
Reps. Lamar Smith and Darrell Issa are preparing to lead
investigations should the GOP win. |
By GLENN THRUSH | 8/27/10 4:25 AM EDT

If President Barack Obama needed any more incentive to go all out


for Democrats this fall, here it is: Republicans are planning a wave
of committee investigations targeting the White House and
Democratic allies if they win back the majority.

Everything from the microscopic — the New Black Panther


party — to the massive –- think bailouts — is on the GOP to-do
list, according to a half-dozen Republican aides interviewed by
POLITICO.

Republican staffers say there won’t be any self-destructive witch


hunts, but they clearly are relishing the prospect of extracting
information from an administration that touts transparency.

And a handful of aggressive would-be committee chairmen — led


by Reps. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Lamar Smith (R-Texas) — are
quietly gearing up for a possible season of subpoenas not seen
since the Clinton wars of the late 1990s.
Issa would like Obama’s cooperation, says Kurt Bardella,
spokesman for the ranking Republican on the House Oversight and
Government Reform Committee. But it’s not essential.

“How acrimonious things get really depend on how willing the


administration is in accepting our findings [and] responding to our
questions,” adds Bardella, who refers to his boss as “questioner-in-
chief.’

That’s feeding anxieties within the West Wing — even if


administration officials won’t admit it publicly.

“I actually think it will be even worse than what happened to Bill


Clinton because of the animosity they already feel for President
Obama,” says Lanny Davis, a deputy White House counsel who
lived through Clinton’s trials.

With that in mind, here’s a list of six possible committee


investigations if Republicans take back the House in November,
culled from GOP aides, Democratic insiders and outside experts:

Sestak, Romanoff and Jobgate. Most of the Clinton-era


investigations — from Whitewater to Vince Foster to the
Lewinsky scandal — targeted the president personally.

Most potential GOP probes of Obama, by contrast, seem to be


aimed at the administration’s periphery or policies — with the
ironic exception of the one that revolves around none other
than Bill Clinton.

Issa has made no secret of his interest in getting to the bottom of


muddled, mishandled White House attempts to force Democratic
Senate candidates Joe Sestak and Andrew Romanoff from races in
Pennsylvania and Colorado.

White Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina sent Romanoff an e-mail


with several potential non-Senate job possibilities; Chief of Staff
Rahm Emanuel enlisted Clinton to dangle the possibility of several
unpaid executive branch appointments to Sestak in exchange for
allowing Republican-turned-Democrat Arlen Specter to run
unopposed. Sestak said no — and trounced Specter.

=====

White House counsel Bob Bauer — the veteran election lawyer


who would be Obama’s first legal line of defense against the
GOP — has said no laws were broken. So have some GOP
lawyers, but Issa isn’t convinced and has called on Attorney
General Eric Holder to investigate.

Privately, Issa’s staff is afraid of taking it too far. The backlash


against Republican investigations in the Newt Gingrich era is fresh
in his mind.

He’s told associates he doesn’t want to be labeled another Dan


Burton, referring to the overzealous Indiana Republican oversight
chairman who once shot at a pumpkin in his backyard to reenact
Vince Foster’s death.

“If Republicans go on an investigative witch hunt when and if they


gain power in November, then their power will be very short
lived,” said Mark McKinnon, a former George W. Bush adviser
sympathetic to Obama. “The American public wants Congress to
work together, not to investigate each other.”

Bailouts, Bailouts, Bailouts. No investigation poses a more


significant political danger to Obama than a no-holds-barred GOP
probe into TARP, the AIG bailout, the Freddie-Fannie sinkhole
and the administration’s de facto takeover of GM and Chrysler.

Reason One: Perhaps the only issue uniting all voters is a shared
hatred of all bailouts — so few Democrats, even die-hard liberals,
would be willing to stand in front of a bus to defend Obama
against attacks.

Reason Two: One GOP aide described the bailouts as a “huge


pool” from which to make document and e-mail requests — and
issue subpoenas. The prospect of a massive and popular fishing
expedition at the West Wing’s expense would delight the
Republican base and create a political headache for the president’s
team.

Issa seriously rattled Democrats earlier this summer by revealing


the lengths he is willing to go to obtain information, asking Google
executives if they would be willing to turn over Gmail messages
pertaining to administration business.

“If he comes at them, the White House will then have to make up
its mind: Will they let their lawyers take over, or will they let the
political people run the show?” says Lanny Davis, who counsels
Obama to turn over as much as possible as quickly as possible to
avoid allegations of stonewalling.

“If Rahm Emanuel is still chief of staff, they will have a huge
advantage. He’s been through this before, and he’ll push back
against the lawyers,” added Davis.

Countrywide Mortgage and “Angelo’s List.” Sen. Chris Dodd’s


embarrassing placement on the company’s VIP mortgage list
played a major role in the Connecticut Democrat’s involuntary
retirement earlier this year.

=====

Issa — using only the bully pulpit — has already forced


Countrywide’s parent, Bank of America, to turn over reams of
documents. If he becomes chairman, Issa will use the committee’s
power to obtain more information on sweetheart deals, even if it
involves GOP politicians, according to a person close to him.

“I think the White House is underestimating him,” says a top


congressional Democratic aide. “What makes him so dangerous is
that he’s willing to turn on Republicans, too.”

The New Black Panther Party. Smith, the ranking member of the
Judiciary Committee, has already pressed Holder to look into
charges that members of the New Black Panther Party intimidated
voters at a Philadelphia polling place in 2008.

The San Antonio-area conservative — whose first campaign was


managed by Karl Rove — is already on record criticizing Holder
for dropping the Justice Department case against three Panthers,
including one who brandished a police-style baton.

“Congress, in furtherance of its oversight obligations [needs] to


receive answers” on the Panther case, he wrote in late 2009.

“Congressman Smith thinks it’s far too early to discuss any


possible investigations before the voters have spoken,” said a
Smith spokesman, before adding:

“But, yes, we would definitely want answers about the Black


Panther case.”

ACORN. A whole host of Republicans — led by Reps. Michele


Bachmann (R-Minn.) and Steve King (R-Iowa) on the party’s right
wing — have demanded an investigation into the defunct
community organizing group’s ties to the Obama campaign.

Still, neither Issa nor Smith are said to be enthusiastic about


jumping back into the controversy — considering the fact that
ACORN is out of business and most Democrats already have
signed on to a bill barring federal funding of the group.
Related: Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), who stands a chance of
leap-frogging Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.), the ranking GOPer on the
House Financial Services Committee — is pushing for a large-
scale investigation of the Community Reinvestment Act.

Minerals Management Service. The juiciest Bush-era revelations


about the agency’s shortcomings have already been
aired, including the fact that some MMS employees allegedly had
sexual relations with workers they were supposed to oversee.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has admitted MMS officials were


asleep at the switch in monitoring BP’s Deepwater Horizon
platform before it blew up. But Issa is bent on finding out which
Obama administration officials were responsible for missing the
warning signs and why clean-up and response efforts didn’t take
place more quickly.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0810/41506.ht
ml

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The United States Federal Reserve Bank, or Fed, seems as much


a part of America as Coca-Cola or Pizza Hut. But at least one
difference has become apparent in recent days. While the pizza
chain and soft-drink maker are likely to expand their scope of
influence in the age of globalization, the US central bank is finding
that its power is shrinking.

AFP

The US Federal Reserve.

No Fed chief in US history has been forced to submit to the


kind of humiliation that Ben Bernanke is facing.

This is partly down to circumstances. Inflation is going up and


up, and this year's average will likely top 4 percent. But this
time Mr. Dollar is also Mr. Powerless. He can raise interest
rates in the fall, or he can pray, which would probably be the
better choice. At least prayer would not prevent the US
economy from growing, a highly likely outcome if interest rates
go up.
After years of growth, the United States is now on the brink of
a recession, one that is more likely to be deepened than
softened by a tight money policy. Investments will
automatically become more expensive, consumer spending will
be curbed and economic growth will slow down, immediately
affecting unemployment figures and wages.

The textbook conclusion is that this will stabilize the value of


money, because no one will dare demand higher wages or
higher prices. But the macroeconomics textbooks are no longer
worth much in the age of globalization. Modern inflation is
driven by the global scarcity of resources. Nowadays
purchasing power exceeds purchasing opportunity. Most of all,
there is not enough oil, and too few raw materials and food
products. These increasingly scarce resources are becoming the
focus of disputes among many people and billions of dollars
are at stake.

This is why the price of a barrel of crude oil (159 liters) has
increased from $25 (€16) in 2002 to $135 (€87) in 2008. And it
is also why the price of corn has tripled in the same time
period, while that of copper has almost quintupled.

If the inflation introduced in the United States is excluded, a


small miracle is revealed, namely something approaching price
stability. Adjusted for inflation, prices are in fact rising by only
2.3 percent. If this were the extent of it, the Fed chief could
simply blink like an old watchdog and go back to sleep.
Instead, he is barking loudly, which is his job. But he has lost
his bite, because the Fed's interest rate policy can do nothing
about the scarcity of goods.
US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke. The entire US
financial system is to come under the scrutiny of the IMF

Embarrassing Investigation

Some of Bernanke's personal adversaries are also contributing


significantly to his current humiliation. In the past, the
chairman of the Federal Reserve was a pope among the priests
of the financial elite. But unlike his predecessor Alan
Greenspan, Bernanke is finding that his policies are not
universally accepted, even within the Fed.

The last seven decisions reached by the Federal Open Market


Committee, which sets monetary policy, were accompanied by
a growing number of dissenting votes. Bernanke's critics say
that with his policy of cheap money -- in other words,
recurring rate reductions -- he in fact helped fuel the inflation
problem he is now trying to combat.

Another problem for Mr. Dollar is that it will be several


months before his actions take effect. Officials with the
International Monetary Fund (IMF) have informed Bernanke
about a plan that would have been unheard-of in the past: a
general examination of the US financial system. The IMF's
board of directors has ruled that a so-called Financial Sector
Assessment Program (FSAP) is to be carried out in the United
States. It is nothing less than an X-ray of the entire US
financial system.

As part of the assessment, the Fed, the Securities and Exchange


Commission (SEC), the major investment banks, mortgage
banks and hedge funds will be asked to hand over confidential
documents to the IMF team. They will be required to answer
the questions they are asked during interviews. Their
databases will be subjected to so-called stress tests -- worst-
case scenarios designed to simulate the broader effects of
failures of other major financial institutions or a continuing
decline of the dollar.

Under its bylaws, the IMF is charged with the supervision of


the international monetary system. Roughly two-thirds of IMF
members -- but never the United States -- have already
endured this painful procedure.

For seven years, US President George W. Bush refused to


allow the IMF to conduct its assessment. Even now, he has only
given the IMF board his consent under one important
condition. The review can begin in Bush's last year in office,
but it may not be completed until he has left the White House.
This is bad news for the Fed chairman.

When the final report on the risks of the US financial system is


released in 2010 -- and it is likely to cause a stir internationally
-- only one of the people in positions of responsiblity today will
still be in office: Ben Bernanke.

Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan


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Jewish Money-Lender
Bernanke Should Be Fired
Jewish Bankers Articles, Federal Reserve Articles

JEWISH MONEY-LENDER BERNANKE


SHOULD BE FIRED
Br Nathanael Kapner
Real Zionist News (SM)

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“GET AHOLD OF FIFTY OF THE WEALTHIEST JEWISH


FINANCIERS,” urged Henry Ford in his Dearborn
Independent “and you will

put an end to all wars.”

Ford’s warning was presaged by Rabbi Reichorn


speaking at the funeral of Grand Rabbi Simeon Ben-
Judah in 1869: “Thanks to the power of our
International Banks we have forced Christians into
countless wars. Our banks grow fat on Christian
wars. Millions of Christians have been swept off the
face of the earth by wars - and the end is not yet.”
And from the 20th Century German economist,
Werner Sombert: “In the TALMUD you will find that
the Jews made an art of lending money. They
fathomed all the secrets that lay hidden in money.
They became Lords of Money and Lords of the
World.”

If any should ignore these quotes as being ‘Anti-


Semitic,’ President Bill Clinton’s mentor, Professor
Carroll Quigley, affirmed all of the above in his 1966
book Tragedy and Hope:

“A network of international financiers exists who


have no aversion to cooperating with the
Communists or any other groups to reach their aims.
I know of the operations of this financial network
because I have studied it for twenty years and was
permitted in the early 1960s to examine its papers
and secret records.” View All Quotes Here.

And now with Ben Shalom Bernanke, the chief


Jewish money-lender (WITH INTEREST) of the Fed,
appointed by Obama for a second term, the necks of
Christian Americans are being squeezed into further
deadly servitude by war-funding (WITH INTEREST)
Jews.

WHY BERNANKE SHOULD BE FIRED


“THE VERY PEOPLE WHO DEVISED THE POLICIES
THAT PRODUCED THE MESS WE ARE NOW IN,”
writes Thomas Woods in his best-seller, Meltdown,
“are now posing as the wise public servants who will
show us the way out.”

Any idiot will tell you that Ben Shalom Bernanke, the
chief Jewish money-lender of the United States of
America, is at the top of the list of high-finance Jews
who got America into the current economic malaise
in the first place.

Succeeding Alan Greenspan in 2006 after serving on


the Board of Governors since 2002, Bernanke was in
a position to know that a pending housing bubble
explosion due to the Fed’s easy credit was about to
burst upon America - as it indeed did in August of
2008.

When the “wise public servants,” that is, the world’s


central bankers met last week in Jackson Hole,
Wyoming, held August 20-21, Bernanke delivered to
his fellow Jewish international bankers the opening
address: Reflections On A Year Of Crisis.
Bernanke reflected in his speech that he had
presided over a similar gathering a year ago at a
time when the financial crisis was thought—at least
by the international Jewish money lenders—to be
relatively under control. “While there were signs of a
slowdown,” Bernanke said, “there was little to
suggest that the financial situation was about to take
a sharp turn for the worse.” (Did Bernanke say this
with a straight face?)

Yet for all of his education in monetary policy,


Bernanke ignored the mainstream media’s warnings,
reported as early as April of 2006, of rising housing
prices conjoined with falling housing sales. A tell-tale
sign that the housing bubble was about to burst was
that rental properties did not follow the trend with its
own rising prices, but remained stable.

If we were to grade Bernanke’s perfomance on a


curve along with the performance of his fellow
Jewish banksters, then Ben Shalom Bernanke would
get at least a passing grade.

But if ordinary journalists warned us of a pending


economic crisis as early as 2006, then by
comparison, Bernanke flunked. Why should a flunkee
be given another chance? (Because Obama is ruled
by Jews, that’s why.)

WHERE’S THE $2 TRILLION BEN?


THE DUNCE BERNANKE ALSO APPEARS to be a lying
thief. He has refused to provide the public, or even
the relevant congressional committees, with
information on the trillions of dollars in loans that
were made through the Fed’s special lending
facilities.

As Dean Baker of The Guardian points out, the


information we do have, is not encouraging. At the
peak of the financial crisis in October of 2008, the
Jewish bank, Goldman Sachs, converted itself from
an investment bank into a bank holding company so
that it could tap an FDIC loan guarantee programme.

Remarkably, Bernanke allowed Goldman Sachs to


continue to act as an investment bank, taking highly
speculative positions even after it had borrowed
$28bn with the FDIC’s guarantee. View Dean Baker’s
Article Here & Here.
How is it that only after six months since Goldman
Sachs received a bailout from US taxpayers,
Goldman’s CEO, the Jew, Lloyd Blankfein, announced
a profit of $2 billion on April 14, 2008, one day
before enslaved Gentiles paid their taxes? Does this
not give us a hint where Bernanke’s secret $2 trillion
went? (Synagogue buddies always take care of their
own.)

If Ben Shalom Bernanke was in any other line of


work, he would never be re-appointed. This would be
like the captain of the Titanic asking for another
command based on how quickly he swam to shore
while everyone else drowned.

But in spite of the low standards upon which Jewish


money-lenders base their actions before the ‘dumb
goys,’ Bernanke and his fellow Jewish banksters
always get their way…

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