List of largest U.S. bank failures

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This is a list of the largest U.S. bank failures with respect to total assets under management at the time of the bank failure (banks with $1.0 billion or more in assets are listed here). Assets of the banks listed here are figures provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

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Bank City State Date Assets at time of failure
Washington Mutual Seattle Washington 2008 $307 billion
Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Chicago Illinois 1984 $40.0 billion
City Federal Savings and Loan Elizabeth New Jersey 1989 $39.8 billion
First Republic Bank Dallas Texas 1988 $32.5 billion
IndyMac Pasadena California 2008 $32 billion
American Savings and Loan Stockton California 1988 $30.2 billion
Colonial Bank Montgomery Alabama 2009 $25 billion
Bank of New England Boston Massachusetts 1991 $21.7 billion
MCorp Dallas Texas 1989 $18.5 billion
FBOP Corp banking subsidiaries Oak Park Illinois 2009 $18.4 billion
Gibraltar Savings and Loan Simi Valley California 1989 $15.1 billion
First City National Bank Houston Texas 1988 $13.0 billion
Guaranty Bank Austin Texas 2009 $13.0 billion
Downey Savings and Loan Newport Beach California 2008 $12.8 billion
BankUnited FSB Coral Gables Florida 2009 $12.8 billion
HomeFed Bank San Diego California 1992 $12.2 billion
AmTrust Bank Cleveland Ohio 2009 $12.0 billion
WesternBank Mayaguez Puerto Rico 2010 $11.9 billion
United Commercial Bank San Francisco California 2009 $11.2 billion
Southeast Bank Miami Florida 1991 $11.0 billion
Goldome Buffalo New York 1991 $9.9 billion
Imperial Federal Savings Assoc. San Diego California 1990 $9.6 billion
CenTrust Bank Miami Florida 1990 $8.2 billion
California National Bank Los Angeles California 2009 $7.8 billion
Corus Bank Chicago Illinois 2009 $7.0 billion
First Federal Bank of California Santa Monica California 2009 $6.1 billion
R-G Premier Bank of Puerto Rico Hato Rey Puerto Rico 2010 $5.9 billion
Columbia Savings & Loan Assn. Beverly Hills California 1991 $5.4 billion
Franklin Bank Houston Texas 2008 $5.1 billion
Silverton Bank Atlanta Georgia 2009 $4.1 billion
Imperial Capital Bank La Jolla California 2009 $4.0 billion
PFF Bank & Trust Pomona California 2008 $3.7 billion
Franklin National Bank New York New York 1974 $3.7 billion
La Jolla Bank La Jolla California 2010 $3.6 billion
Frontier Bank Everett Washington 2010 $3.5 billion
Amcore Bank Rockford Illinois 2010 $3.4 billion
First National Bank of Nevada Reno Nevada 2008 $3.4 billion
Riverside National Bank of Florida Fort Pierce Florida 2010 $3.4 billion
Midwest Bank and Trust Company Elmwood Park Illinois 2010 $3.2 billion
First National Bank, also operating as The National Bank of El Paso Edinburg Texas 2013 $3.1 billion
Superior Bank Birmingham Alabama 2011 $3.0 billion
TierOne Bank Lincoln Nebraska 2010 $2.8 billion
Irwin Union Bank and Trust Colorado. Columbus Indiana 2009 $2.7 billion
Orion Bank Naples Florida 2009 $2.7 billion
EuroBank San Juan Puerto Rico 2010 $2.6 billion
First Community Bank Taos New Mexico 2011 $2.3 billion
Integra Bank, NA Evansville Indiana 2011 $2.2 billion
ANB Financial Bentonville Arkansas 2008 $2.1 billion
First Regional Bank Los Angeles California 2010 $2.1 billion
ShoreBank Chicago Illinois 2010 $2.1 billion
Silver State Bank Henserson Nevada 2008 $2.0 billion
New Frontier Bank Greeley Colorado 2009 $2.0 billion
Georgian Bank Atlanta Georgia 2009 $2.0 billion
Vineyard Bank Rancho Cucamonga California 2009 $1.9 billion
Peoples First Community Bank Panama City Florida 2009 $1.8 billion
County Bank Merced California 2009 $1.7 billion
Hillcrest Bank Overland Park Kansas 2010 $1.6 billion
Advanta Bank Corp. Draper Utah 2010 $1.6 billion
CF Bancorp Port Huron Michigan 2010 $1.6 billion
Mutual Bank Harvey Illinois 2009 $1.6 billion
Community Bank of Nevada Las Vegas Nevada 2009 $1.5 billion
First Bank of Beverly Hills Calabasas California 2009 $1.5 billion
Temecula Valley Bank Temecula California 2009 $1.5 billion
New South Federal Savings Bank Irondale Alabama 2009 $1.5 billion
Community Banks of Colorado Greenwood Colorado 2011 $1.4 billion
Horizon Bank Bellingham Washington 2010 $1.3 billion
United States National Bank San Diego California 1973 $1.3 billion
Premier Bank Jefferson City, Missouri Missouri 2010 $1.2 billion
Broadway Bank Chicago Illinois 2010 $1.2 billion
Security Bank of Bibb County Macon Georgia 2009 $1.2 billion
Charter Bank Santa Fe New Mexico 2010 $1.2 billion
Alliance Bank Culver City California 2009 $1.1 billion
City Bank Lynnwood, Washington Washington 2010 $1.1 billion
Columbia River Bank The Dalles Oregon 2010 $1.1 billion
Community Bank and Trust Cornelia Georgia 2010 $1.1 billion
Integrity Bank Alpharetta Georgia 2008 $1.1 billion
Affinity Bank Ventura California 2009 $1.0 billion
Appalachian Community Bank Ellijay Georgia 2010 $1.0 billion

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