TheStreet) -- Three banks failed Friday evening, bringing this year's total number of U.S. bank closures to 51.
All of the failed banks were previously included in
Bank Watch List of
undercapitalized institutions, based on regulatory data provided by
First Chicago Bank & Trust
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation shuttered
First Chicago Bank & Trust, which had $595.3 million in total assets and $887.5 million in deposits. The
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was appointed receiver, and sold the failed institution's deposits for a 0.50% premium to
Northbrook Bank & Trust Company of Northbrook, Ill.
Northbrook Bank & Trust is a subsidiary of
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In addition to the deposits, Northbrook Bank & Trust agreed to purchase roughly $880 million of First Chicago's assets, with the FDIC agreeing to cover 80% of losses on $699.8 million of the acquired assets.
The failed bank's seven offices were scheduled to reopen during normal business hours as branches of Northbrook Bank & Trust.
The FDIC estimated the cost of First Chicago Bank & Trust's failure to the deposit insurance fund would be $284.3 million.
Northbrook Bank & Trust previously acquired the failed
Community First Bank-Chicago
In March, Wintrust subsidiary
Advantage National Bank Group
acquired the failed
Bank of Commerce
, of Wood Dale, Ill.
Colorado Capital Bank
State regulators closed
Colorado Capital Bank
of Castle Rock, Colo., which had $717.5 million in total assets and $672.8 million in deposits. The FDIC was appointed receiver, and sold the failed institution to
First-Citizens Bank & Trust Company
of Raleigh, N.C.
The FDIC agreed to cover 80% of losses on S580 million in assets acquired by First-Citizens and estimated the cost to the deposit insurance fund would be $283.8 million.
Colorado Capital's seven branches were set to reopen on Monday as branches of First-Citizens.
The acquiring bank is held by
First Citizens Bancshares
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First Citizens previously acquired the failed
United Western Bank
of Denver, in January.
The Colorado Division of Banking also shut down
Signature Bank of Windsor
, which had $66.7 million in total assets and $64.5 million in deposits. As receiver, the FDIC sold the failed bank to
Points West Community Bank
of Julesburg, Colo.
Signature Bank's three offices were scheduled to reopen during normal hours as branches of Points West Community Bank.