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FDIC lifts consent order against McHenry Savings

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on July 27 released a list of enforcement actions taken against banks and individuals in June.

No administrative hearings are scheduled for August.

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Termination of consent order

On June 18, the regulator terminated its consent order against McHenry, Ill.-based McHenry Savings Bank. The FDIC had issued the order on October 2012 and amended it on May 2015.


The regulator on June 26 terminated its April 2016 consent order against Edison, N.J.-based Indus American Bank, now a part of Bayonne, N.J.-based BCB Bancorp Inc.