thrift institution


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a depository financial institution intended to encourage personal savings and home buying

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Rumors are aloft about a commercial bank acquiring Dryades Savings Bank a New Orleans thrift institution.
The loan was placed for a 12-year term, with a 25-year amortization with a major thrift institution.
The federal banking and thrift institution regulatory agencies agreed on February 11, 2005, to extend the comment period for forty-five days on the proposed changes to the data collection process that supports the Shared National Credit review of large syndicated loans.
have signed a definitive agreement under which Crestar will acquire Jefferson, a Warrenton-based thrift institution with approximately $265 million in deposits, loans of about $205 million and eight branches.
The federal banking and thrift institution regulatory agencies issued on February 28, 2005, an interagency advisory to remind financial institutions that they are prohibited by law from disclosing their CAMELS rating and other nonpublic supervisory information without permission from the appropriate federal banking agency.
INATrust, fsb, a federally chartered thrift institution specializing in trust and investment services, today announced that Charles Reiling III has been named President and Chief Executive Officer.
The federal banking and thrift institution regulatory agencies jointly issued on March 23, 2005, Interagency Guidance on Response Programs for Unauthorized Access to Customer Information and Customer Notice.
The council, established in 1980, is a national advisory group comprised of 12 thrift institution representatives.
The federal banking and thrift institution regulatory agencies requested comment on March 28, 2005, on proposed changes to the supervisory framework for the classification of commercial credit exposures.
The loss must have been suffered in a commercial bank, thrift institution, credit union or similar financial institution chartered and supervised under federal or state law.
The federal banking, credit union, and thrift institution supervisory agencies, along with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, released on March 31, 2005, a set of "Answers to Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQs) that addresses the new home loan price data disclosed this year for the first time under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).
The section on the inspection reporting of consolidated classified and special-mention assets and other transfer-risk problems has been revised to incorporate this June 15, 2004, revised Uniform Agreement (the uniform agreement) that was jointly issued by the federal banking and thrift institution agencies.
7 billion, according to the GAO, and thrift institution failures were increasing.
The federal bank and thrift institution regulatory agencies requested public comment on December 16, 2004, on proposed changes to the data collection process that supports the Shared National Credit review of large syndicated loans.