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Failed Banks

Failed Banks

Returns a list of failed banks covered by Intrinio.

Endpoint:
https://api.intrinio.com/banks/failed

Parameters

Name Description Example
query
Used to search for a bank name to return relevant failed banks. Morgan
page_number
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values. -
page_size
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page. 10
query
* required
Used to search for a bank name to return relevant failed banks.
page_number
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the page number for the return values.
page_size
* required
An integer greater than or equal to 1 for specifying the number of results on each page.

Output Fields

Name Description Type
fin_id Financial Institution Number is a unique number assigned to the institution as an Assistance Agreement, Conservatorship, Bridge Bank or Receivership. number
name This is the legal name of the institution string
city The city and state (or territory) of the headquarters of the institution. string
state The state in which the headquarters of the institution are physically located. string
effective_date The date that the failed / assisted institution ceased to exist as a privately held going concern. For institutions that entered into government ownership, such as FDIC Bridge Banks and RTC conservatorships, this is the date that they entered into such ownership. date
insurance_fund Before 1989, there were two federal deposit insurance funds, one administered by the FDIC, which insured deposits in commercial banks and state-chartered savings banks, and another administered by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC), which insured deposits in state- and federally-chartered savings associations. In 1989, the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) specified that thereafter the FDIC would be the federal deposit insurer of all banks and savings associations and would administer both the FDIC fund, which was renamed the Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) and the replacement for the insolvent FSLIC fund, which was called the Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF). Although it was created in 1989, the SAIF was not responsible for savings association failures until 1996. From 1989 through 1995, savings association failures were the responsibility of the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC). In February 2006, The Federal Deposit Insurance Reform Act of 2005 provided for the merger of the BIF and the SAIF into a single Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF). Necessary technical and conforming changes to the law were made under The Federal Deposit Insurance Reform Conforming Amendments Act of 2005. The merger of the funds was effective on March 31, 2006. string
transaction_type Institutions have been resolved through several different types of transactions. The transaction types outlined below can be grouped into three general categories, based upon the method employed to protect insured depositors and how each transaction affects a failed / assisted institution’s charter. string
charter_class The FDIC assigns classification codes indicating an institution’s charter type (commercial bank, savings bank, or savings association), its chartering agent (state or federal government), its Federal Reserve membership status (member or nonmember), and its primary federal regulator. These codes are... string
failed_or_assistance The given institution has failure stature or it can be assistance has been provided by FDIC in merging with other institution. string
total_deposits Total including demand deposits, money market deposits, other savings deposits, time deposits and deposits in foreign offices as of the last Call Report or Thrift Financial Report filed by the institution prior to the effective date number
total_assets The Total assets owned by the institution including cash, loans, securities, bank premises and other assets as of the last Call Report or Thrift Financial Report filed by the institution prior to the effective date number
estimated_fdic_loss The estimated loss is the difference between the amount disbursed from the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) to cover obligations to insured depositors and the amount estimated to be ultimately recovered from the liquidation of the receivership estate number
fin_id
Financial Institution Number is a unique number assigned to the institution as an Assistance Agreement, Conservatorship, Bridge Bank or Receivership.
name
This is the legal name of the institution
city
The city and state (or territory) of the headquarters of the institution.
state
The state in which the headquarters of the institution are physically located.
effective_date
The date that the failed / assisted institution ceased to exist as a privately held going concern. For institutions that entered into government ownership, such as FDIC Bridge Banks and RTC conservatorships, this is the date that they entered into such ownership.
insurance_fund
Before 1989, there were two federal deposit insurance funds, one administered by the FDIC, which insured deposits in commercial banks and state-chartered savings banks, and another administered by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC), which insured deposits in state- and federally-chartered savings associations. In 1989, the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) specified that thereafter the FDIC would be the federal deposit insurer of all banks and savings associations and would administer both the FDIC fund, which was renamed the Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) and the replacement for the insolvent FSLIC fund, which was called the Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF). Although it was created in 1989, the SAIF was not responsible for savings association failures until 1996. From 1989 through 1995, savings association failures were the responsibility of the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC). In February 2006, The Federal Deposit Insurance Reform Act of 2005 provided for the merger of the BIF and the SAIF into a single Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF). Necessary technical and conforming changes to the law were made under The Federal Deposit Insurance Reform Conforming Amendments Act of 2005. The merger of the funds was effective on March 31, 2006.
transaction_type
Institutions have been resolved through several different types of transactions. The transaction types outlined below can be grouped into three general categories, based upon the method employed to protect insured depositors and how each transaction affects a failed / assisted institution’s charter.
charter_class
The FDIC assigns classification codes indicating an institution’s charter type (commercial bank, savings bank, or savings association), its chartering agent (state or federal government), its Federal Reserve membership status (member or nonmember), and its primary federal regulator. These codes are...
failed_or_assistance
The given institution has failure stature or it can be assistance has been provided by FDIC in merging with other institution.
total_deposits
Total including demand deposits, money market deposits, other savings deposits, time deposits and deposits in foreign offices as of the last Call Report or Thrift Financial Report filed by the institution prior to the effective date
total_assets
The Total assets owned by the institution including cash, loans, securities, bank premises and other assets as of the last Call Report or Thrift Financial Report filed by the institution prior to the effective date
estimated_fdic_loss
The estimated loss is the difference between the amount disbursed from the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) to cover obligations to insured depositors and the amount estimated to be ultimately recovered from the liquidation of the receivership estate