by Calculated Risk on 12/21/2009 07:31:00 PM
Monday, December 21, 2009
From the WaPo: Number of delinquent bailed-out banks rises
A growing number of the recipients face financial problems and have been unable to pay the government. Fifteen banks failed to make the required payments in May, federal data show. The number climbed to 33 banks in August, and 55 banks that failed to make the dividend payments due Nov. 17.Here is the report from the Treasury.
And in excel format under Dividend and Interest Reports.
There are three permanent deadbeats on the list: CIT Group (filed bankruptcy and wiped out its $2.3 billion in TARP debt), UCBH Holdings Inc. was seized by the FDIC (TARP lost $298.7 million), and Pacific Coast National Bank was also seized by the FDIC (TARP lost $4.1 million).
Remember when the TARP capital was supposed to only go to "healthy" financial institutions?
Posted by Calculated Risk on 12/21/2009 07:31:00 PM