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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  • 6 Banks That Still Need To Roll Up Their TARP
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  • More banks missing TARP dividend payments
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