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The Historical Statistics on Banking (HSOB) provides annual statistical information on the banking industry beginning in 1934. These data can be used to identify and analyze long-term trends and to develop benchmarks to evaluate the current condition of the banking and thrift industries.

The HSOB contains aggregated data from individual financial reports filed by FDIC-insured commercial banks and savings institutions. These aggregated data are also available for individual states, U.S. territories and U.S. possessions. For the most current quarterly aggregate data, please refer to the Statistics on Banking.

FDIC provides financial and structural data about individual institutions in the Institution Directory (ID).

 

 

Frequency of Updates

Last Update

Next Update

Commercial Banks

 

 

 

    National  (1934 - present)

Annual

 May 2013

 May 2014

    State        (1966 - present)

Annual

 May 2013

 May 2014

Savings Institutions

 

 

 

    National  (1984 - present)

Annual 

 May 2013

May 2014

    State        (1984 - present)

Annual 

May 2013 May 2014

Failures and Assistance Transactions (1934 - present)

As necessary

February 2014  

    Estimated Loss (year end only)

Annual

October 2012

 

 

Commercial  Bank and Savings  Institution Reports are grouped into three categories:

Failures & Assistance Transactions
Failure and Assistance Transaction Reports are generated by criteria determined by users. A variety of selection criteria and sort options are available.

HSOB Help
Assists users with the printing and downloading of specific tables, definitions, explanations of footnotes and other information, as well as FDIC email and phone contacts. Users can also access the HSOB Help Index, a search engine for all HSOB variables.

Notes to Users
A quick reference to help clarify variables and transactions within this application.  The link, located at the top of each chart, provides additional information that is chart-specific.

All of the information can be downloaded into spreadsheets to customize analysis of the U.S. banking industry.