Tarp Funds: Southern California Banks That Still Owe

A list of Southern California banks that as of June 6 had not repaid all funds from the U.S. Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program, with missed quarterly dividend payments.

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    05/18/2012 - 2:16 am | View Link
  • Facebook’s IPO Finra Test, TARP, Bank Reports: Compliance
    By combining stakes of small banks, the department may be able to attract investors who wouldn’t want to buy shares of those banks individually. Most of the 343 bailed-out banks still in TARP will be unable to repay $12 billion in taxpayer funds they ...
    05/18/2012 - 1:03 am | View Link
  • 6 Banks That Still Need To Roll Up Their TARP
    Nearly 84% of TARP funds ... in the Southern states. Zions Bancorp (Nasdaq:ZION) Although Zions loaned much less to individuals (and much more to companies) during the bubble, the company had heavy exposure to Western states like Arizona and California.
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  • More banks missing TARP dividend payments
    The Treasury report showed that at the end of August, a record six banks each missed six dividend payments. Saigon National Bank in Southern California has missed ... already recovered three-quarters of the TARP funds invested in banks.
    09/12/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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