- the establishment of new FDIC supervised and regulated institutions;
- the combination of financial institutions;
- the purchase and assumption of deposits held in branches of financial institutions;
- the relocation of the main office of financial institutions;
- changes in the name of financial institutions;
- institutions changing charters and /or primary supervisory agent;
- closed financial institutions;
- changes in the level of trust powers;
- physical relocation of branch offices of financial institutions;
- new offices of financial institutions;
- and closed offices of financial institutions.
New Institutions: Newly established and / or newly chartered de novo institutions that did not previously exist under a different charter.
Business Combination: The combination of two or more financial institutions.
Purchase and Assumption of Branches: The acquisition of certain assets and the taking of responsibility for certain deposit liabilities usually associated with specific branches of a financial institution.
Main Office Relocations: The change in location associated with the charter of an institution.
Title Changes: A new name given a financial institution.
Conversions: A change in charter, supervisory agent, insurance status, entity type, regulatory agency, and / or regulatory membership which results in a classification change.
Liquidations/Closings: Financial Institutions which voluntarily liquidate or close.
Trust Powers: The authority to engage in the trust business.
Branch Office Relocation: A change in location of a branch office of an institution.
Office Opening: Established branches of financial institutions.
Office Closing: Branches of financial institutions no longer in existence.
Summary of Changes by Institution Class: Category totals listed by institution classification.
OCC = Comptroller of the Currency
OTS = Office of Thrift Supervision (This field will show a value of 'OTS' even though the institutions were chartered by the FSLIC prior to August 9, 1989.) OTS End Effective Date: July 21, 2011
SOVER = Foreign Country
CLASS: A one or two character abbreviation indicating a major grouping of institutions based on PRIMARY FEDERAL SUPERVISOR, CHARTER, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP, INSURANCE(1), International Banking Act (IBA) CODE, AND ORGANIZATION TYPE.
N = Insured Commercial Bank, National, Member FRS
SM = Insured Commercial Bank, State, Member FRS
NM = Insured Commercial Bank, State, Not Member FRS
SI = Insured Stock and Mutual Savings Banks
SB = Insured Savings Banks
SL = Insured Savings and Loan Associations
OI = Other Insured Institutions (IBA)
NC = Non-insured Institutions
NS = Non-insured Savings Associations
03 = National bank, member of FRS
13 = State commercial bank, member of the FRS
15 = State industrial bank, member of the FRS
21 = State commercial bank, not member of FRS
23 = State industrial bank, not member of FRS
33 = Federal chartered stock savings bank
34 = Federal chartered mutual savings bank
35 = State chartered stock savings and loan association
36 = State chartered mutual savings and loan association
37 = Federal chartered stock savings and loan association
38 = Federal chartered mutual savings & loan association
41 = State chartered stock savings bank
42 = State chartered mutual savings bank
43 = Federal chartered stock savings bank
44 = Federal chartered mutual savings bank
50 = OCC chartered non-deposit trust company
EFFECTIVE DATE: The date the transaction became active.
PROCESSED DATE: The date the transaction was entered into the source system.
02 = New York
05 = Atlanta
09 = Chicago
11 = Kansas City
13 = Dallas
14 = San Francisco
16 = Office of Complex Financial Institutions (CFI)
FDIC Insured: Does the institution have FDIC Insurance? The FDIC protects depositors of insured institutions against the loss of their deposits in the event of a bank failure (up to the insurance limit).
OCC = Comptroller of the Currency
OTS = Office of Thrift Supervision
FDIC = Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
FED = Federal Reserve System
STATE = One of the Fifty States, Commonwealth Territories, or District of the United States
SERVICE TYPE: A code indicating the type of service offered by an office. Full services offices accept deposits, make loans, open/close accounts, have a loan officer on site, have normal hours and a full time staff. Limited service offices have some, but not all of these features.
11 = Full service brick and mortar office
12 = Full service retail office
13 = Full service cyber office
21 = Limited service administrative office
22 = Limited service military facility
23 = Limited service drive through or detached facility
24 = Limited service loan production office
25 = Limited service consumer credit office
26 = Limited service contractual office
27 = Limited service messenger office
28 = Limited service retail office
29 = Limited service mobile office
30 = Limited service trust office