- The list is based on preliminary data: Only banks are included, since data for 96% of U.S. banks was available Monday from our data provider, SNL Financial. Only 10% of the data for savings and loan institutions was available. This preliminary regulatory data is often corrected or revised before being finalized.
- The data is for the banks themselves, not holding companies.
- A bank on the list may have raised capital since March 31: Most banks with capital concerns are trying very hard to raise capital any way they can. Some on the list may have raised significant capital privately since filing their March 31 call reports. If your bank is on the list, you should determine if you have any deposits that exceed the FDIC's insurance limits and consider discussing the situation with the institution.