FACTBOX-14 U.S. banks have failed in 2009

Sat Feb 21, 2009 2:52am GMT

 WASHINGTON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Following is a list of U.S.
banks that have failed in 2009, according to FDIC data:
           U.S. BANK FAILURES IN 2009
           (assets, deposits in million dollars)
BANK                  STATE   ASSETS  DEPOSITS  FDIC  CLOSING
                                             COST    DATE
Nat'l Bank of Comm.    Ill.    430.9   402.1     97.1  Jan 16
Bank of Clark County   Wash.   446.5   366.5    145.0* Jan 16
1st Centennial Bank    Calif.  803.3   676.9    227.0  Jan 23
MagnetBank             Utah    292.9   282.8    119.4  Jan 30
Suburban Federal       Marylnd 360.0   302.0    126.0  Jan 30
Ocala Nat'l Bank       Fla     223.5   205.2     99.6  Jan 30
FirstBank Financial    Georgia 337.0   279.0    111.0  Feb 6
Alliance Bank          Calif 1,140.0   951.0    206.0  Feb 6
County Bank            Calif 1,700.0 1,300.0    135.0  Feb 6
Sherman County Bank    Neb.    129.8    85.1     28.0  Feb 13
Riverside Bank         Fla.    539.0   424.0    201.5  Feb 13
Corn Belt Bank         Ill.    271.8   234.4    100.0  Feb 13
Pinnacle Bank          Oregon   73.0    64.0     12.1  Feb 13
Silver Falls Bank      Oregon  131.4   116.3     50.0  Feb 20
  Details about each bank closure posted at
www.fdic.gov/bank/individual/failed/banklist.html.
 (Reporting by Andrea Shalal-Esa)