bank failure


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the inability of a bank to meet its credit obligations

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Even though a bank failure did not occur, the experience was enough to put deposit protection onto the policy radar.
The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) yesterday launched the Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) to provide protection for the depositors in the event of a bank failure. The DPC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SBP and is a deposit protection mechanism for depositors.
Summary: A rash of recent bank failures has put customers on edge but could shape a resilient long-term banking sector
These payments show that the system works, and we hope it gives confidence to consumers that if there is ever another bank failure that their savings will be protected."
The current onslaught of lawsuits corresponds with the 2010 peak in bank failures. Regulators work with the failed institutions to try to settle claims prior to filing suit.
"Fortunately, bank failures in New Zealand are rare.
In April, the FDIC closed 13 banks after three bank failures in March.
He teamed up with Oklahoma State University scientist and ASABE member Garey Fox to study how seepage--the lateral movement of water through the ground-- could prompt conditions that led to bank failure.
Nevertheless, beginning in 1998 and 1999, the bank failure rate began to climb again, with the failure rate accelerating in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
He teamed up with Oklahoma State University scientist Garey Fox to study how seepage--the lateral movement of water through the ground--could prompt conditions that led to bank failure.
When the state treasury deposits public funds in Oregon banks, it requires the banks to put up collateral for the funds, to make sure that the state gets its money back in the event of a bank failure.
The proposal to inflict the pain of a bank failure on its bondholders is one in a series of measures designed to cope with lenders in difficulty.
We derive state-level bank failure rate measures using branch-level data, which allows us to capture the impact of interstate branching on state-level failure rates.