Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced the closure of four banks, taking the total number of bank failures so far this year to seven.

The banks which failed were;

  • McDonough, Ga.-based Enterprise Banking Community ($95.5 million in deposits as of Sept. 30)
  • Easley, S.C.-based CommunitySouth Bank and Trust ($402.4 million in deposits)
  • Asheville, N.C.-based Bank of Asheville ($188.3 million in deposits)
  • Denver-based United Western Bank ($1.65 billion in deposits)

The FDIC estimates that these four failures will cost the federal deposit-insurance fund $454.9 million.

Read the FDIC press releases

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