December 16, 2008 / 11:27 PM / 10 years ago

FACTBOX-Where has the U.S. bailout money gone?

 WASHINGTON, Dec 16 (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department said on Tuesday that it completed purchases of equity in 28 banks last week as part of a plan to stabilize the financial system and help return those banks to normal lending.
 Congress approved a $700 billion financial rescue program in early October that Treasury would tap. Currently, it only has authority to use half of those funds and it has already pledged all but $15 billion of that amount. However, if it abandoned plans to inject more capital into banks, it would have about $100 billion on hand.
 Following are details on what has been spent or pledged so far out of the $350 billion Treasury currently has authority to draw on:
 — $250 billion to buy senior preferred shares and warrants in banks and thrifts.
 Of that, purchases of $167.8 billion had been completed as of the latest statement on the Treasury’s cash position, which covered the period through Dec. 12. A further $10 billion is  approved for Merrill Lynch MER.N but has been deferred pending its merger with Bank of America (BAC.N).
 — $40 billion investment in troubled insurer American International Group (AIG.N), which has been completed.
 — $20 billion investment into Citigroup (C.N) pledged as part of a bailout announced on Nov. 23.
 — $5 billion pledged to cover potential losses on a portfolio of Citigroup mortgage-related assets.
 — $20 billion pledged to cover potential losses for a Federal Reserve program aimed at improving consumer access to credit.
 Following is a list of the banks and thrifts in which Treasury has completed an investment under its $250 billion Capital Purchase Program:
 JPMorgan  (JPM.N)                 $25 billion
 Citigroup  (C.N)                  $25 billion
 Wells Fargo (WFC.N)               $25 billion
 Bank of America (BAC.N)           $15 billion
 Merrill Lynch MER.N             $10 billion (see note)
 Goldman Sachs (GS.N)              $10 billion
 Morgan Stanley (MS.N)             $10 billion
 Bank of New York Mellon (BK.N)    $3 billion
 State Street Corp (STT.N)         $2 billion
 Bank of Commerce (BOCH.O)         $17 million
 First Financial Svcs (FIRS.BO)    $16 million
 UCBH Holdings Inc UCBH.O        $299 million
 Northern Trust Corp (NTRS.O)      $1.6 billion
 SunTrust Banks (STI.N)            $3.5 billion
 Broadway Financial Corp (BYFC.O)  $9 million
 Washington Federal WFSL.O       $200 million
 BB&T Corp (BBT.N)                 $3.1 billion
 Provident Bancshares Corp         $151 million
 Umpqua Holdings Corp (UMPQ.O)     $214 million
 Comerica (CMA.N)                  $2.3 billion
 Regions Financial (RF.N)          $3.5 billion
 Capital One Financial (COF.N)     $3.6 billion
 First Horizon National (FHN.N)    $866 million
 Huntington Bancshares (HBAN.O)    $1.4 billion
 KeyCorp (KEY.N)                   $2.5 billion
 Valley National Bancorp VLY.N   $300 million
 Zions Bancorp (ZION.O)            $1.4 billion
 Marshall & Ilsley Corp MI.N     $1.7 billion
 US Bancorp (USB.N)                $6.6 billion
 TCF Financial TCB.N             $361 million
 First Niagara FinancialFNFG.O   $184 million
 HF Financial Corp HFFC.O        $25 million
 Centerstate Banks Fla. (CSFL.O)   $28 million
 First Community Bancshares,Inc.   $42 million
 Western Alliance Bancorp. WAL.O $140 million
 Webster Financial (WBS.N)         $400 million
 Pacific Capital Bancorp.PCBC.O  $181 million
 Heritage Commerce Corp. HTbK.O  $40 million
 Ameris Bancorp. (ABCB.O)          $52 million
 Porter Bancorp PBIB.O           $35 million
 Banner Corp (BANR.O)              $124 million
 Cascade Financial CASB.O        $39 million
 Columbia Banking (COLB.O)         $77 million
 Heritage Financial Corp.(HFWA.O)  $24 million
 First PacTrust Bancorp. FPTB.O  $19 million
 Severn Bancorp, Inc. (SVBI.O)     $23 million
 Boston Private (BPFH.O)           $154 million
 Associated Banc-Corp ASBC.O     $525 million
 Trustmark Corp (TRMK.O)           $215 million
 First Community Corp. (FCCO.O)    $11 million
 Taylor Capital TAYC.O           $105 million
 Nara Bancorp, Inc. NARA.O       $67 million
 Midwest Banc Holdings MBHI.O    $85 million
 MB Financial, Inc.   (MBFI.O)     $20 million
 First Midest Bancorp  (FMBI.O)    $19 million
 United Community Banks (UCBI.O)   $180 million
 Wesbanco Bank, Inc.  (WSBC.O)     $75 million
 Encore Bancshare, Inc. EBTX.O   $34 million
 Manhattan Bancorp  MNHN.O       $1.7 million
 Iberiabank Corporation (IBKC.O)   $90 million
 Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (EGBN.O)      $38 million
 Sandy Spring Bancorp (SASR.O)     $83 million
 Coastal Banking Co, Inc. CBCO.O $10 million
 East West Bancorp.  (EWBC.O)      $307 million
 South Financial Group TSFG.O    $347 million
 Great Southern Bancorp  (GSBC.O)  $58 million
 Cathay General Bancorp (CATY.O)   $258 million
 Southern Community Fin SCMF.O   $43 million
 CVB Financial, Corp. (CVBF.O)     $130 million
 First Defiance Fin  (FDEF.O)      $37 million
 First Financial Hldgs FFCH.O    $65 million
 Superior Bancorp, Inc.  SUPR.O  $69 million
 Southwest Bancorp, Inc. OKSB.O  $70 million
 Popular, Inc.   (BPOP.O)          $935 million
 Blue Valley Ban Corp  BVBC.O    $22 million
 Central Federal Corp (CFBK.O)     $7.2 million
 Bank of Marin Bancorp  (BMRC.O)   $28 million
 Bank of North Carolina  BNCN.O  $31 million
 Central Bancorp, Inc. CEBK.O    $10 million
 S. Missouri Bancorp (SMBC.O)      $9.6 million
 State Bancorp, Inc.  STBC.O     $39 million
 TIB Financial, Corp. TIBB.O     $37 million
 Unity Bancorp, Inc.  (UNTY.O)     $21 million
 Old Line Bancshares (OLBK.O)      $7.0 million
 FPB Bancorp, Inc.   FPBI.O      $5.8 million
 Sterling Financial Corp. STSA.O $303 million
 Oak Valley Bancorp  (OVLY.O)      $14 million
 Old National Bancorp  ONB.N     $100 million
 Capital Bank Corp.  CBKN.O      $41.3 million
 Pacific International Bancorp     $6.5 million
 SVB Financial Group  (SIVB.O)     $235 million
 LNB Bancorp Inc. LNBB.O         $25.2 million
 Wilmington Trust Corp. WL.N     $330 million
 Susquehanna Bancshares SUSQ.O   $300 million
 Signature Bank (SBNY.O)           $120 million
 HopFed Bancorp (HFBC.O)           $18.4 million
 Citizens Rep. Bancorp CRBC.O    $300 million
 Indiana Comm. Bancorp INCB.O    $21.5 million
 Bank of the Ozarks OZRK.O       $75 million
 Center Financial Corp. CLFC.O   $55 million
 NewBridge Bancorp NBBC.O        $52.3 million
 Sterling Bancshares SBIB.O      $125.2 million
 The Bancorp, Inc. (TBBK.O)        $45.2 million
 TowneBank (TOWN.O)                $76.5 million
 Wilshire Bancorp, Inc.  WIBC.O  $62.2 million
 Valley Financial Corp. VYFC.O   $16 million
 Independent Bank Corp. (INDB.O)   $72 million
 Pinnacle Financial P.  (PNFP.O)   $95 million
 First Litchfield FinancialFLFL.O$10 million
 Nat. Penn Bancshares, Inc.NPBC.O$150 million
 Northeast Bancorp  (NBN.O)        $4.2 million
 Citizens S. Banking Corp.CSBC.O $20.5 million
 Virginia Commerce BancorpVCBI.O $71 million
 Fidelity Bancorp, Inc. FSBI.O   $7 million
 LSB Corporation LSBX.O          $15 million
 TOTAL:                            $167.8 billion
 NOTE: Capital injection to Merrill Lynch deferred pending its merger with Bank of America.  (Compiled by Reuters’ Washington bureau)   

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