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FDIC discloses enforcement actions for August

The FDIC onSept. 30 released a list of orders of administrative enforcement actions takenagainst banks and individuals during the month of August. The agency also notedin a news release that one administrative hearing is scheduled for October.

The following list excludes actions previously covered bySNL and those that do not meet criteria for news coverage. Click here toview an Excel template showing SNL's full database of enforcement actionsagainst U.S. banks and thrifts.

Assessment of civil money penalty

$15,000against Brian Hendrian from Spring Bancorp Inc. unit, Springfield, Ill.-basedBank of Springfield,on Aug. 2.

$10,000 against Jaret Moyer, former president of Woodbine,Kan.-based Citizens State Bankand Trust Co.

Consent orders

Gresham, Ore.-based MBank, a unit of Merchants Bancorp, on Aug. 15.

Albany, Ill.-based First Trust & Savings Bank, a unit of , on Aug.26.

Great Falls, Mont.-based Prairie Mountain Bank on Aug. 31.

Spencer, Ind.-based OwenCounty State Bank, a unit of Owen Financial Corp., on Aug. 31.

Modification ofconsent order

Louisa, Ky.-based Louisa Community Bank on Aug. 18.


Brian Hendrian from Bank of Springfield on Aug. 2.

Jaret Moyer, former president of Woodbine, Kan.-basedCitizens State Bank and Trust Co., on Aug. 8.

LonnieTrasamar, former president, CEO and director of Wells, Minn.-basedWells Federal Bank, aunit of Wells FinancialCorp., on Aug. 8.

TeresaNixon, former chief lending officer at Southern Pines, N.C.-basedFirst Bank, a unit ofFirst Bancorp, on Aug.17.

James AveryRoberts, former president and CEO of Mayo, Fla.-based , on Aug. 17.

Termination of ceaseand desist order

Gresham, Ore.-based MBank on Aug. 15.

Terminations ofconsent orders

Harvard, Ill.-based HarvardSavings Bank on Aug. 5. Wonder Bancorp Inc. unit Wonder Lake, Ill.-basedState Bank acquiredcertain assets of Harvard Savings in August.

Nolensville, Tenn.-based Peoples State Bank of Commerce, a unit of , onAug. 12.

Byrdstown, Tenn.-based Peoples B&TC of Pickett County, a unit of , on Aug. 12.

Taunton, Minn.-based State Bank of Taunton, a unit of , on Aug. 19.

Tulsa, Okla.-based SpiritBank, a unit of Spirit BankCorp Inc., on Aug. 22.

Woodbury, Ga.-based Woodbury Banking Co. on Aug. 30. The Georgia Departmentof Banking and Finance closed the bank Aug. 19, with unit, Zebulon,Ga.-based UnitedBank, assuming all the failed bank's deposits and purchasing about$17.8 million of the failed bank's assets.

Mount Pleasant, S.C.-based on Aug. 31. The bankmerged into Blairsville, Ga.-based United Community Bank as part of 's mergerwith Tidelands BancsharesInc., which was completed July 1.

Termination of otherorders

Oklahoma City-based Frontier State Bank on Aug. 24.

Termination of PCAdirective

Sevierville, Tenn.-based Sevier County Bank, a unit of , on Aug.2.