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. It would also be useful to convert the USD $ for inflation. A 1980 US Dollar would be worth about $8.00 in today's currency. The Dollar is an index, not a constant. To list banks in values of dollars over the decades is not meaningful. [[ https://www.thebalance.com/what-is-the-value-of-a-dollar-today-3306105 ]]

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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
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 $10.5 billion
Goldome Buffalo New York 1991 $9.9 billion
City Federal Savings and Loan Elizabeth New Jersey 1989 $9.8 billion
Imperial Federal Savings Assoc. San Diego California 1990 $9.6 billion
Great American Savings San Diego California 1991 $9.5 billion
CenTrust Bank Miami Florida 1990 $8.2 billion
Empire of America Savings Buffalo New York 1990 $8.2 billion
California National Bank Los Angeles California 2009 $7.8 billion
Crossland Savings Bank Brooklyn New York 1992 $7.4 billion
The Connecticut Bank & Trust Co. Hartford Connecticut 1991 $7.2 billion
Corus Bank Chicago Illinois 2009 $7.0 billion
Gibraltar Savings Association Houston Texas 1988 $6.5 billion
MeraBank Phoenix Arizona 1990 $6.3 billion
First Federal Bank of California Santa Monica California 2009 $6.1 billion
Sunbelt Savings Irving Texas 1991 $6.0 billion
Doral Bank San Juan Puerto Rico 2015 $5.9 billion
R-G Premier Bank of Puerto Rico Hato Rey Puerto Rico 2010 $5.9 billion
Western Savings and Loan Phoenix Arizona 1989 $5.7 billion
Columbia Savings & Loan Assn. Beverly Hills California 1991 $5.4 billion
Franklin Bank Houston Texas 2008 $5.1 billion
Lincoln Savings and Loan Association Irvine California 1989 $4.9 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, N.A. 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 Henderson 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
Hamilton Bank Miami Florida 2002 $1.3 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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