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Rupert Murdoch (The Sunday Times) was able to bribe/buy 5% of Brussels Politicians – congratulations!

I think there should be an independent research team trying to pull this off – internationally and every year! would be great!

Double Role: Politician and Lobbyist: Female corruption?

“Viviane Reding [ehemalige EU-Kommissarin] ist Mitglied im Kuratorium der deutschen Bertelsmann-Stiftung” berichtet Transparency International.
"Agnes Jongerius im Kontrollgremium der PostNL [der niederländischen Post] und Paul Rübig erfüllt wichtige Aufgaben in der österreichischen Wirtschaftskammer" berichtet Transparency International.
“Agnes Jongerius im Kontrollgremium der PostNL [der niederländischen Post] und Paul Rübig erfüllt wichtige Aufgaben in der österreichischen Wirtschaftskammer” berichtet Transparency International.

Ein schwaches Kontrollsystem

Der “Verhaltenskodex” von 2012 wurde als Folge der Enthüllungen der Sunday Times eingeführt. Damals wurden drei Europaabgeordnete für schuldig befunden, große Summen als Gegenleistung für Änderungsanträge zu laufenden Gesetzesentwürfen angenommen zu haben.

Betrachtet man die Kulanz des Kontrollsystems der Abgeordneten scheint diese Lektion heute vergessen. Tatsächlich wurde in den letzten fünf Jahren der Kodex 24 Mal verletzt. In den meisten Fällen handelte es sich um Tätigkeiten, Geschenke und Einladungen zu Veranstaltungen, die nicht angegeben worden waren. Doch keiner dieser Verstöße wurde von den beiden Präsidenten der jeweils aktuellen Gesetzgebung (Martin Schulz und seinem Nachfolger Antonio Tajani) sanktioniert.

Die Studie fügt noch hinzu: “Das Kontrollsystem erscheint im Vergleich zu den Ethikrichtlinien in Kanada, den USA und auch in Frankreich ausgesprochen schwach”. Zum Beispiel sind in den USA bezahlte außerparlamentarische Tätigkeiten verboten, die die Gefahr eines Interessenskonflikts in sich bergen, das betrifft vor allem Banker, Berater und Anwälte.

Die Antikorruptionsorganisation empfiehlt ein völlig unabhängiges Kontrollorgan

Der Bericht der NGO empfiehlt das Kontrollsystem vor den Europawahlen 2019 zu verstärken und erinnert an das klare Verbot von Nebentätigkeiten der Abgeordneten im Bereich des Lobbyismus.

Sie rät außerdem dazu, detailliertere Interessenserklärungen einzufordern, denn oft beschränken sich die Beschreibungen der sehr hohen Einkünfte “auf Berater, Anwalt und Freiberufler”, was eine Aufdeckung von Interessenskonflikten verhindert.

Schließlich schlägt die NGO die völlige Unabhängigkeit des Kontrollorgans des Europäischen Parlaments vor. Werden diese Empfehlungen Gehör finden? Zehn Monate vor den Wahlen zum Europaparlament wird es im Interesse des Parlaments sein, darauf einzugehen, denn das Misstrauen der europäischen Bürger gegenüber den Institutionen war noch nie so groß. Außerdem gibt es den rechtspopulistischen Parteien neuen Nährboden.”

Quelle: https://info.arte.tv/de/diese-summen-verdienen-sich-einige-europaparlamentarier-hinzu

Cash for Influence UK

The 2010 cash for influence scandal was a political scandal in the United Kingdom. It was brought to public and widespread media attention by a March 2010 documentary by Dispatches in which a journalistic sting operation recorded and revealed Members of Parliament and the Lords offering to work for a fictitious political lobbying firm for fees of £3,000 to £5,000 per day.[1][2][3] (src)

The 2009 cash for influence scandal (also cash for amendments or cash for laws) was a political scandal in the United Kingdom in 2009 concerning four Labour Party Life Peers offering to help make amendments to legislation for up to £120,000 (src)

Rupert Murdoch undercover: Cash for Influence EU

In 2011, the European Commission’s Anti-fraud Office (OLAF) opened a formal investigation for corruption against four Members of European Parliament (MEPs)—

Adrian SEVERIN in Strasbourg Hemicycle

Romanian Adrian Severin, (“Adrian Severin, a Romanian MEP, was also accused of having taken bribes from journalists and charged with siphoning € 436,000 from the EU budget.” (src))

epa01795961 Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats) Austrian Ernst Strasser attends the last plennary session during the third day of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, 16 July 2009, before entering differents Committee meetings. EPA/LUCAS DOLEGA

Austrian Ernst Strasser,

(“The former Austrian MEP Ernst Strasser was convicted of attempting to change laws in the European Parliament on behalf of a business offering to pay him €100,000 a year.

Strasser, a former minister who was said to have used his role as an MEP to work secretly as a lobbyist, was exposed during an undercover investigation by (Rupert Murdoch‘s) Sunday Times three years ago.

He was jailed for three years after being found guilty of corruption by a court in Vienna. It was the second time he had been convicted of the same offence. An earlier verdict had been overturned on appeal.” (src))

Spaniard Pablo Zalba Bidegain (who was cleared of wrongdoing as he had not accepted payment),[1] and Slovenian Zoran Thaler (who writes: “the (Rupert Murdoch‘s)Sunday Times is otherwise well-known for its open anti-EU editorial policy which it likes to emphasise” (src))

after an article in The Sunday Times claimed that they had tried to influence EU legislation in exchange for money.[2]

Rupert Murdoch is 1.5 Billion USD heavy media Mogul owning: 21st Century Fox, News Corp,

FOX NEWS, The Times of London and The Wall Street Journal

CANNES, FRANCE – MAY 16: Rupert Murdoch attends “The Tree Of Life” premiere during the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 16, 2011 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

“I once asked Rupert Murdoch why he was so opposed to the European Union. ‘That’s easy,’ he replied. ‘When I go into Downing Street they do what I say; when I go to Brussels they take no notice.'” (src)

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Age87
Source of Wealthnewspapers, TV network, Self Made
ResidenceNew York, New York
CitizenshipUnited States
Marital StatusMarried
Children6
EducationBachelor of Arts/Science, Oxford University; Master of Arts, Oxford University
Did you know
Murdoch bought The New York Post, his first major U.S. purchase, in 1976; he still owns the tabloid.

“In March 2011, The Sunday Times implicated Mr. Thaler among other MEPs in a ‘cash-for-laws’ scandal.

Rupert Murdoch‘s Sunday Times also provided edited video of Mr. Thaler discussing adding amendments to EU laws with undercover journalists.[5]

On 21 March he resigned as MEP. European Anti-fraud Office – OLAF investigated the case. In January 2012 OLAF concluded the investigation with the decision that there was “no infringement” on Thaler’s side.[6] (src)

“The Sunday Times journalists went undercover and approached 60 MEPs, posing as lobbyists and requesting votes to table or support certain amendments in exchange for money.

They were able to buy 3 MEPs out of 60 for 100.000€ per year, in percentage this is 5%

Indictments

Strasser[3] and Thaler[4] resigned in March 2011; Strasser was sentenced to four years in jail on 14 January 2013.[5] OLAF dismissed the case against Thaler, claiming that it had been unable to find “evidence to support suspicion of wrongdoing” (though it did blame the European Parliament for “refus[ing] to provide the necessary support during the investigation”).[6] However, in January 2014 Slovenia‘s own judicial system found Thaler guilty and sentenced him to two and a half years in prison.[7]

“Claiming innocence, Adrian Severin has refused to step down and continues to work as an MEP, even after he was expelled by the Socialists & Democrats (S&D) group of the European Parliament.[8] He was indicted by Romania‘s anti-corruption agency in September 2013 and in February 2016, he was convicted to three and half years in prison in court, although the judgement was appealed.[9] On 16 November 2016, a final sentence was handed down and his sentence was increased to 4 years imprisonment.[10] He still has the support of the Social Democratic Party, his political party in Romania.” (src)

how much do corrupt politicians cost: 100,000 euros per year

“The European Parliament has opened an investigation after a British newspaper reported that three MEPs had accepted offers of up to 100,000 euros per year in exchange for tabling amendments to legislation being passed in the EU assembly.” (src)

Update: 2021-02: 2008 Sub Prime Crisis Fallout costs German Tax Payer more than 70B Euros

https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/wie-steuerzahler-unter-bankenrettungen-leiden-17202813.html
https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/wie-steuerzahler-unter-bankenrettungen-leiden-17202813.html

Have banks more power than governments? (see HSBC vs the US Government)

It seems like national sovereignty was handed over to the financial markets.

While the economy seems more like a sect and believe-system than sound science.

a detailed list is provided (thanks a lot) by : ProPublica

you better spend or give away for free your money to your children – then on wall street’s mafia organizations – too big to fail – too big to jail.

The German Politician Joschka Fisher said: “It is almost as if banks have discovered communism. If times are good – they make profits – if times are bad – they are too big to fail and they profits come from the government. Whatever they do – the sun always shines.”

Even worse – banks as HSBC are now the official partners of every Mexican drug lord that wants to launder money. Even the US does not dare to take away it’s US-banking license – even when the bank does criminal things and it’s CEO even escapes US tax.

The banks are above the law? The politicians lost control. Governments gave up their sovereignty to the financial market and it’s players.

Alternativlos? (without alternative?) or just the beginning of the next major catastrophe…

what is interesting is that not only banks but also General Motors received state money. EVEN GOLDMAN SACHS!

the broader overview:

  • 976 banks and companies was given state money
  • $626B Total disbursement
  • $390B Total returned
  • $323B Total revenues from dividends, interest, and other fees
  • $87.7B Total net to date
Name Type State Total Disbursed Profit /
Net Outstanding
Fannie Mae Government-Sponsored Enterprise D.C. $116,149,000,000 $46,437,000,000
Freddie Mac Government-Sponsored Enterprise Va. $71,336,000,000 $36,821,000,000
AIG
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Insurance Company N.Y. $67,835,000,000 $5,025,967,492
General Motors

Auto Company Mich. $50,744,648,329 -$11,393,681,666
Bank of America
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Bank N.C. $45,000,000,000 $4,566,857,694
Citigroup
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Bank N.Y. $45,000,000,000 $13,448,572,616
JPMorgan Chase Bank N.Y. $25,000,000,000 $1,731,202,357
Wells Fargo Bank Calif. $25,000,000,000 $2,281,347,113
GMAC (now Ally Financial) Financial Services Company Mich. $16,290,000,000 $3,057,502,589
Chrysler Auto Company Mich. $10,748,284,222 -$1,212,849,005
Goldman Sachs Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,418,055,555
Morgan Stanley Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,268,055,555
PNC Financial Services Bank Pa. $7,579,200,000 $741,344,650
U.S. Bancorp Bank Minn. $6,599,000,000 $334,220,416
SunTrust Bank Ga. $4,850,000,000 $527,323,605
Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Fla. $3,890,756,986 -$3,890,756,986
Capital One Financial Corp. Bank Va. $3,555,199,000 $251,674,702
Regions Financial Corp. Bank Ala. $3,500,000,000 $638,055,555
Wellington Management Legacy Securities PPIF Master Fund, LP Investment Fund Del. $3,448,461,000 $702,530,334
Fifth Third Bancorp Bank Ohio $3,408,000,000 $593,372,603
Hartford Financial Services Insurance Company Conn. $3,400,000,000 $814,403,447
American Express Financial Services Company N.Y. $3,388,890,000 $414,367,308
AG GECC PPIF Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,352,197,510 $926,471,357
AllianceBernstein Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,192,141,738 $562,685,420
BB&T Bank N.C. $3,133,640,000 $159,713,918
Bank of New York Mellon Bank N.Y. $3,000,000,000 $231,416,666
Wells Fargo Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Iowa $2,932,690,885 -$2,932,690,885
JPMorgan Chase subsidiaries Mortgage Servicer N.J. $2,870,922,644 -$2,870,922,644
KeyCorp Bank Ohio $2,500,000,000 $367,222,222
CalHFA Mortgage Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Calif. $2,334,275,483 -$2,334,275,483
CIT Group Bank N.Y. $2,330,000,000 -$2,286,312,500
Comerica Incorporated Bank Texas $2,250,000,000 $322,039,543
Bank of America subsidiaries (incl. Countrywide) Mortgage Servicer Calif. $2,096,033,294 -$2,096,033,294
State Street Bank Mass. $2,000,000,000 $123,611,111
RLJ Western Asset Public/Private Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,861,578,258 $471,406,351
Invesco Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,742,880,000 $576,938,945
Marshall & Ilsley Bank Wis. $1,715,000,000 $229,772,916
Oaktree PPIP Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,666,904,633 $291,426,775
Blackrock PPIF, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,581,184,800 $436,178,172
Northern Trust Bank Ill. $1,576,000,000 $133,623,333
Chrysler Financial Services Financial Services Company Mich. $1,500,000,000 $25,367,458
Marathon Legacy Securities Public-Private Investment Partnership, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,423,550,000 $399,600,628
Zions Bancorp Bank Utah $1,400,000,000 $253,361,111
Huntington Bancshares Bank Ohio $1,398,071,000 $196,285,810
Discover Financial Services Financial Services Company Ill. $1,224,558,000 $239,690,844
Select Portfolio Servicing Mortgage Servicer Utah $1,221,828,742 -$1,221,828,742
Nationstar Mortgage, LLC DBA Mr Cooper Mortgage Servicer Texas $1,157,139,217 -$1,157,139,217
Florida Housing Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs Fla. $1,035,436,884 -$1,035,436,884
Synovus Financial Corp. Bank Ga. $967,870,000 $222,744,526
Lincoln National Corporation Insurance Company Pa. $950,000,000 $259,851,873
Popular, Inc. Bank Puerto Rico $935,000,000 $285,279,999
First Horizon National Bank Tenn. $866,540,000 $170,927,405
Ohio Homeowner Assistance LLC State Housing Orgs Ohio $734,762,067 -$734,762,067
CitiMortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Mo. $701,564,055 -$701,564,055
Michigan Homeowner Assistance Nonprofit Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Mich. $650,846,547 -$650,846,547
North Carolina Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.C. $611,723,211 -$611,723,211
M&T Bank Corporation Bank N.Y. $600,000,000 $135,435,911
Illinois Housing Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ill. $588,619,080 -$588,619,080
Associated Banc-Corp Bank Wis. $525,000,000 $71,539,173
First BanCorp Bank Puerto Rico $424,174,000 -$192,792,919
CIT Bank, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $423,659,022 -$423,659,022
City National Bank Calif. $400,000,000 $41,916,666
Webster Financial Bank Conn. $400,000,000 $57,083,286
Fulton Financial Corp Bank Pa. $376,500,000 $40,135,625
SBA Security Purchases SBA Security Purchases D.C. $368,145,452 $8,602,850
TCF Financial Bank Minn. $361,172,000 $17,375,699
UST/TCW Senior Mortgage Securities Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $356,250,000 $20,986,495
South Financial Group Bank S.C. $347,000,000 -$200,034,670
Wilmington Trust Corporation Bank Del. $330,000,000 $39,920,833
New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.J. $325,513,704 -$325,513,704
GMAC Mortgage, LLC Mortgage Servicer Pa. $309,559,668 -$309,559,668
East West Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $306,546,000 $46,176,420
Bayview Loan Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Fla. $305,031,818 -$305,031,818
Sterling Financial Corp Bank Wash. $303,000,000 -$181,242,791
Citizens Republic Bancorp Bank Mich. $300,000,000 $81,395,557
Susquehanna Bancshares Bank Pa. $300,000,000 $28,991,401
Valley National Bank N.J. $300,000,000 $18,400,781
Whitney Holding Corp Bank La. $300,000,000 $43,733,333
UCBH Holdings Bank Calif. $298,737,000 -$291,226,980
First Banks, Inc. Bank Mo. $295,400,000 -$175,186,740
GM Supplier Receivables, LLC Auto Company D.C. $290,000,000 $65,403,673
Homeward Residential, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $280,490,773 -$280,490,773
Oregon Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Ore. $280,042,786 -$280,042,786
GHFA Affordable Housing, Inc. State Housing Orgs Ga. $267,983,000 -$267,983,000
New York Private Bank & Trust Corp Bank N.Y. $267,274,000 $79,520,006
Flagstar Bancorp Bank Mich. $266,657,000 $11,204,056
Arizona (Home) Foreclosure Prevention Funding Corporation State Housing Orgs Ariz. $261,280,261 -$261,280,261
Ditech Financial LLC Mortgage Servicer Minn. $258,140,745 -$258,140,745
Cathay General Bancorp Bank Calif. $258,000,000 $71,874,444
SC Housing Corp State Housing Orgs S.C. $258,000,000 -$258,000,000
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ind. $253,306,647 -$253,306,647
Wintrust Financial Corp Bank Ill. $250,000,000 $50,704,730
PrivateBancorp Bank Ill. $243,815,000 $44,400,576
Tennessee Housing Development Agency State Housing Orgs Tenn. $235,315,593 -$235,315,593
SVB Financial Group Bank Calif. $235,000,000 $18,929,027
Specialized Loan Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $229,383,760 -$229,383,760
International Bancshares Corporation Bank Texas $216,000,000 $45,538,650
Trustmark Corp Bank Miss. $215,000,000 $21,287,500
Umpqua Bank Ore. $214,181,000 $17,975,554
Washington Federal Inc. Bank Wash. $200,000,000 $20,749,985
MB Financial Bank Ill. $196,000,000 $33,613,071
Pacific Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $195,045,000 -$26,561,211
First Midwest Bancorp Bank Ill. $193,000,000 $29,528,332
Kentucky Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Ky. $184,500,000 -$184,500,000
First Niagara Bank N.Y. $184,011,000 $7,453,618
United Community Banks Bank Ga. $180,000,000 $30,367,527
U.S. Bank National Association Mortgage Servicer Ky. $160,850,677 -$160,850,677
Boston Private Financial Holdings Bank Mass. $154,000,000 $17,224,745
Provident Bankshares Corp. Bank Md. $151,500,000 $30,556,363
National Penn Bancshares Bank Pa. $150,000,000 $17,958,333
Dickinson Financial Corp II Bank Mo. $146,053,000 -$58,593,142
Western Alliance Bancorporation Bank Nev. $140,000,000 $20,365,000
Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Nev. $136,435,596 -$136,435,596
Central Pacific Financial Corp Bank Hawaii $135,000,000 -$59,963,109
Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $130,267,814 -$130,267,814
CVB Financial Bank Calif. $130,000,000 $6,046,583
Sterling Bancshares Bank Texas $125,198,000 $5,344,485
FirstMerit Corp Bank Ohio $125,000,000 $6,813,194
Banner Corp Bank Wash. $124,000,000 $5,079,862
Chrysler Receivables SPV LLC Auto Company D.C. $123,076,735 $49,671,126
Signature Bank Bank N.Y. $120,000,000 $12,967,606
MidFirst Bank Mortgage Servicer Okla. $116,935,054 -$116,935,054
First Merchants Corp Bank Ind. $116,000,000 $15,383,055
1st Source Corp Bank Ind. $111,000,000 $14,479,999
Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Bank Wis. $110,000,000 -$104,000,000
WTB Financial Corp Bank Wash. $110,000,000 $21,236,874
S&T Bancorp Bank Pa. $108,676,000 $16,240,099
Taylor Capital Bank Ill. $104,823,000 $16,022,174
Mississippi Home Corporation State Housing Orgs Miss. $101,038,832 -$101,038,832
Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $100,807,086 -$100,807,086
F.N.B. Corporation Bank Pa. $100,000,000 $4,023,433
First Busey Corporation Bank Ill. $100,000,000 $12,410,898
Old National Bancorp Bank Ind. $100,000,000 $2,713,888
Park National Corporation Bank Ohio $100,000,000 $19,536,844
TALF LLC TALF Del. $100,000,000 $649,307,823
Pinnacle Financial Bank Tenn. $95,000,000 $16,918,194
Union First Market Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $92,900,000 $10,080,832
Rhode Island Housing and Mortgage Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs R.I. $92,851,573 -$92,851,573
IBERIABANK Corp Bank La. $90,000,000 $2,650,000
Midwest Banc Holdings Bank Ill. $89,388,000 -$88,563,712
Sun Bancorp Bank N.J. $89,310,000 $3,203,970
Plains Capital Corp Bank Texas $87,631,000 $17,621,941
Aurora Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $85,863,518 -$85,863,518
Westamerica Bancorporation Bank Calif. $83,726,000 $3,634,236
Integra Bank Corporation Bank Ind. $83,586,000 -$81,635,660
Sandy Spring Bancorp Bank Md. $83,094,000 $12,043,869
Heartland Financial USA Bank Iowa $81,698,000 $12,988,086
BancPlus Corporation Bank Miss. $80,914,000 $10,738,508
Hampton Roads Bankshares Bank Va. $80,347,000 -$72,885,392
First Financial Bancorp Bank Ohio $80,000,000 $7,644,065
Independent Bank Corp Bank Mass. $78,158,000 $3,318,093
PennyMac Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $77,732,499 -$77,732,499
Columbia Banking System Bank Wash. $76,898,000 $9,923,419
TowneBank Bank Va. $76,458,000 $12,119,166
Litton Loan Servicing LP Mortgage Servicer Texas $76,324,760 -$76,324,760
Bank of the Ozarks Bank Ark. $75,000,000 $6,004,166
Texas Capital Bancshares Bank Texas $75,000,000 $7,777,816
WesBanco Bank W.Va. $75,000,000 $6,050,697
Metropolitan Bank Group Bank Ill. $74,706,000 -$47,533,274
Old Second Bancorp Bank Ill. $73,000,000 -$41,576,763
First Place Financial Corp Bank Ohio $72,927,000 -$65,917,905
Green Bankshares Bank Tenn. $72,278,000 $2,364,857
Independent Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $72,000,000 $9,004,000
BankUnited, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $71,207,997 -$71,207,997
Virginia Commerce Bancorp Bank Va. $71,000,000 $47,453,139
Alabama Housing Finance Authority State Housing Orgs Ala. $71,000,000 -$71,000,000
Alpine Banks of Colorado Bank Colo. $70,000,000 $3,129,161
Flushing Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $70,000,000 $3,904,166
Southwest Bancorp Bank Okla. $70,000,000 $15,247,569
Superior Bancorp Bank Ala. $69,000,000 -$64,016,667
Nara Bancorp Bank Calif. $67,000,000 $14,249,316
PNC Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Ohio $66,391,456 -$66,391,456
First Bancorp Bank N.C. $65,000,000 $9,518,906
First Financial Holdings Bank S.C. $65,000,000 $3,141,972
SCBT Financial Corp Bank S.C. $64,779,000 $2,515,638
Fay Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ill. $64,599,494 -$64,599,494
CoBiz Financial Bank Colo. $64,450,000 $8,907,086
New Penn Financial, LLC dba Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing Mortgage Servicer S.C. $63,380,276 -$63,380,276
Wilshire Bancorp Bank Calif. $62,158,000 $6,651,170
Standard Bancshares Bank Ill. $60,000,000 $15,757,163
Lakeland Bancorp Bank N.J. $59,000,000 $9,260,833
Great Southern Bancorp Bank Mo. $58,000,000 $14,274,419
Liberty Bancshares Bank Ark. $57,500,000 $10,691,967
MainSource Financial Group Bank Ind. $57,000,000 $5,949,121
Lakeland Financial Corporation Bank Ind. $56,044,000 $4,473,713
Center Financial Corp Bank Calif. $55,000,000 $10,889,583
Community Bancshares Of Mississippi, Inc./Community Bank Of Mississippi Bank Miss. $54,600,000 $8,342,099
WSFS Financial Bank Del. $52,625,000 $5,015,859
NewBridge Bancorp Bank N.C. $52,372,000 $17,715,061
Ameris Bancorp Bank Ga. $52,000,000 $7,637,438
FNB United Corp Bank N.C. $51,500,000 -$38,750,089
U.S. Century Bank Bank Fla. $50,236,000 -$37,165,592
BancTrust Financial Group Bank Ala. $50,000,000 $10,451,155
Home BancShares, Inc. Bank Ark. $50,000,000 $7,480,555
Seacoast Banking Corp Bank Fla. $50,000,000 -$954,530
State Bankshares Bank N.D. $50,000,000 $8,008,472
First South Bancorp, Inc. Bank Tenn. $50,000,000 $15,432,452
First American Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $50,000,000 $15,558,531
Yadkin Valley Financial Corp Bank N.C. $49,312,000 $3,071,419
Fidelity Southern Corp Bank Ga. $48,200,000 $35,488,022
The Bancorp Bank Del. $45,220,000 $7,410,660
MetroCorp Bancshares Bank Texas $45,000,000 $7,837,096
Cadence Financial Corp Bank Miss. $44,000,000 -$2,015,937
Exchange Bank Bank Calif. $43,000,000 $4,294,527
Rushmore Loan Management Services LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $42,754,076 -$42,754,076
Southern Community Financial Bank N.C. $42,750,000 $4,156,250
Sterling Bancorp Bank N.Y. $42,000,000 $5,869,108
First Community Bancshares Bank Va. $41,500,000 $1,339,002
PremierWest Bancorp Bank Ore. $41,400,000 $1,046,500
Capital Bank Bank N.C. $41,279,000 $3,973,104
Berkshire Hills Bancorp Bank Mass. $40,000,000 $1,961,130
Heritage Commerce Corp Bank Calif. $40,000,000 $6,901,266
Reliance Bancshares Bank Mo. $40,000,000 $6,049,131
Peoples Bancorp Inc. Bank Ohio $39,000,000 $5,701,557
Cascade Financial Corp Bank Wash. $38,970,000 -$21,291,100
OceanFirst Financial Corp Bank N.J. $38,263,000 $2,258,918
QCR Holdings Bank Ill. $38,237,000 $6,049,569
Eagle Bancorp Bank Md. $38,235,000 $6,612,155
Bridgeview Bancorp Bank Ill. $38,000,000 -$24,440,526
Financial Institutions Bank N.Y. $37,515,000 $6,258,719
Servis One, Inc. dba BSI Financial Services Mortgage Servicer Pa. $37,340,335 -$37,340,335
First Defiance Financial Corp Bank Ohio $37,000,000 $16,610,301
TIB Financial Corp Bank Fla. $37,000,000 -$23,555,641
State Bancorp Bank N.Y. $36,842,000 $5,676,029
Fidelity Financial Corp Bank Kan. $36,282,000 $4,684,780
West Bancorporation Bank Iowa $36,000,000 $5,195,000
Trinity Capital Corporation Bank N.M. $35,539,000 -$894,525
Marquette National Corp Bank Ill. $35,500,000 -$1,664,053
Enterprise Financial Services Corp Bank Mo. $35,000,000 $7,801,933
Porter Bancorp Bank Ky. $35,000,000 -$26,716,667
Fremont Bancorporation Bank Calif. $35,000,000 $10,796,066
Encore Bancshares Bank Texas $34,000,000 $5,415,959
The Bank of Kentucky Bank Ky. $34,000,000 $6,091,343
Southern Bancorp Bank Ark. $33,800,000 $2,757,744
First Security Group Bank Tenn. $33,000,000 -$16,684,638
Firstbank Corp Bank Mich. $33,000,000 $5,185,560
Centrue Financial Bank Mo. $32,668,000 -$21,355,222
Pulaski Financial Corp Bank Mo. $32,538,000 $2,657,846
MutualFirst Financial Bank Ind. $32,382,000 $5,226,789
Parkvale Financial Corp Bank Pa. $31,762,000 $11,020,424
Bank of North Carolina Bank N.C. $31,260,000 $3,880,665
Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Bank Pa. $30,407,000 $6,656,564
Hawthorn Bancshares Bank Mo. $30,255,000 $6,594,509
Bancorp Rhode Island Bank R.I. $30,000,000 $2,341,666
Farmers Capital Bank Corp Bank Ky. $30,000,000 -$3,164,171
First M&F Corp Bank Miss. $30,000,000 $8,224,510
First United Corp Bank Md. $30,000,000 $10,487,948
Spirit BankCorp Bank Okla. $30,000,000 -$18,099,925
StellarOne Corp Bank Va. $30,000,000 $7,191,875
Tennessee Commerce Bancorp Bank Tenn. $30,000,000 -$26,766,667
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Bank N.J. $28,685,000 $3,390,741
Bank of Marin Bancorp Bank Calif. $28,000,000 $2,155,095
Colony Bankcorp Bank Ga. $28,000,000 -$1,519,911
CenterState Banks of Florida, Inc. Bank Fla. $27,875,000 $1,408,302
Intermountain Community Bancorp Bank Idaho $27,000,000 $6,955,519
Alliance Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $26,918,000 $1,438,360
CCO Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Va. $26,747,668 -$26,747,668
Citizens & Northern Corporation Bank Pa. $26,440,000 $2,449,100
Washington Banking Company Bank Wash. $26,380,000 $4,248,344
Patriot Bancshares Bank Texas $26,038,000 $4,402,738
HMN Financial Bank Minn. $26,000,000 $734,787
LNB Bancorp Bank Ohio $25,223,000 $1,939,571
Princeton National Bancorp Bank Ill. $25,083,000 -$22,811,595
Peoples Bancorp of North Carolina Bank N.C. $25,054,000 $2,823,965
First California Financial Group Bank Calif. $25,000,000 $3,810,847
HF Financial Corp Bank S.D. $25,000,000 $1,316,666
Horizon Bancorp Bank Ind. $25,000,000 $4,857,322
Intervest Bancshares Bank N.Y. $25,000,000 $7,927,621
Rogers Bancshares Bank Ark. $25,000,000 -$24,261,979
Shore Bancshares Bank Md. $25,000,000 $358,333
The First Bancorp Bank Maine $25,000,000 $4,734,097
VIST Financial Corp Bank Pa. $25,000,000 $5,710,646
Citizens Bancshares Co. Bank Mo. $24,990,000 -$11,037,619
Vantagesouth Bancshares, Inc. Bank N.C. $24,900,000 $8,915,465
Stearns Financial Services Bank Minn. $24,900,000 $6,595,444
National Bancshares Bank Iowa $24,664,000 -$3,192,912
CBS Banc-Corp Bank Ala. $24,300,000 $3,132,359
Community Trust Financial Corp Bank La. $24,000,000 $4,459,100
Eastern Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $24,000,000 $4,427,611
Heritage Financial Corp Bank Wash. $24,000,000 $2,953,333
Bridge Capital Holdings Bank Calif. $23,864,000 $4,008,582
Severn Bancorp Bank Md. $23,393,000 $3,756,138
Park Bancorporation Bank Wis. $23,200,000 -$1,179,936
First Citizens Banc Corp Bank Ohio $23,184,000 $2,061,684
TriState Capital Holdings Bank Pa. $23,000,000 $5,642,402
Central Bancorp, Inc. Bank Texas $22,500,000 $8,586,222
Premier Financial Bancorp, Inc. Bank W.Va. $22,252,000 $6,475,239
University Financial Corp, Inc. Bank Minn. $22,115,000 $2,618,727
Residential Credit Solutions Mortgage Servicer Texas $22,060,987 -$22,060,987
Central Community Corp Bank Texas $22,000,000 $3,797,529
Middleburg Financial Corp Bank Va. $22,000,000 $1,287,945
Security Federal Corp Bank S.C. $22,000,000 $3,669,111
Wainwright Bank & Trust Bank Mass. $22,000,000 $1,592,311
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. Bank Ill. $22,000,000 -$3,747,521
Liberty Bancshares, Inc. Bank Mo. $21,900,000 $4,095,453
Blue Valley Ban Corp Bank Kan. $21,750,000 -$272,469
Indiana Community Bancorp Bank Ind. $21,500,000 $5,831,250
Medallion Bank Bank Utah $21,498,000 $2,962,676
BancIndependent Bank Ala. $21,100,000 $3,741,412
FC Holdings Bank Texas $21,042,000 -$1,205,370
AmeriServ Financial Bank Pa. $21,000,000 $3,601,666
Heritage Oaks Bancorp Bank Calif. $21,000,000 $6,241,335
Mercantile Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $21,000,000 $10,631,120
The Baraboo Bancorporation Bank Wis. $20,749,000 -$2,725,169
First Guaranty Bancshares, Inc. Bank La. $20,699,000 $3,360,477
Unity Bancorp Bank N.J. $20,649,000 $7,364,819
United Bancorp Bank Mich. $20,600,000 -$284,075
Citizens South Banking Corp Bank N.C. $20,500,000 $3,072,379
Florida Bank Group, Inc. Bank Fla. $20,471,000 -$11,290,207
Diamond Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $20,445,000 $656,616
First Western Financial Bank Colo. $20,440,000 $702,315
Commonwealth Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ky. $20,400,000 $1,175,016
Market Street Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $20,300,000 $4,129,250
BNCCORP Bank N.D. $20,093,000 $7,050,012
C&F Financial Corp Bank Va. $20,000,000 $5,205,958
Community First Bancshares Bank Tenn. $20,000,000 $3,628,111
First Financial Service Corp Bank Ky. $20,000,000 -$7,663,722
MidSouth Bancorp Bank La. $20,000,000 $2,834,334
The ANB Corporation Bank Texas $20,000,000 $3,234,499
FHA Refinance Program Fund FHA Refinance Fund D.C. $20,000,000 -$20,000,000
D.L. Evans Bancorp Bank Idaho $19,891,000 $3,795,592
Chambers Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $19,817,000 $12,281,304
Community Bank Shares of Indiana, Inc. Bank Ind. $19,468,000 $3,334,282
First PacTrust Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $19,300,000 $2,997,560
Carver Bancorp Bank N.Y. $18,980,000 $1,978,088
Bar Harbor Bankshares Bank Maine $18,751,000 $1,286,514
HopFed Bancorp Bank Ky. $18,400,000 $3,954,146
District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs D.C. $18,234,860 -$18,234,860
Sovereign Bancshares Bank Texas $18,215,000 $3,417,669
Peoples Bancorp Bank Wash. $18,000,000 $3,325,250
First Trust Corporation Bank La. $17,969,000 -$2,664,820
ECB Bancorp Bank N.C. $17,949,000 $4,647,773
Security Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $17,910,000 $3,559,670
First NBC Bank Holding Company Bank La. $17,836,000 $3,197,989
Community First Inc Bank Tenn. $17,806,000 -$10,082,487
Community Bankers Trust Corp Bank Va. $17,680,000 $5,455,879
First Northern Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $17,390,000 $2,553,580
OneFinancial Corporation Bank Ark. $17,300,000 -$9,637,007
Southern First Bancshares Bank S.C. $17,299,000 $2,102,365
Liberty Shares Bank Ga. $17,280,000 -$12,280,440
F&M Financial Corporation (TN) Bank Tenn. $17,243,000 $330,766
Northern States Financial Corp Bank Ill. $17,211,000 -$10,768,828
The First Bancshares Bank Miss. $17,123,000 $1,634,712
Bank of Commerce Holdings Bank Calif. $17,000,000 $2,564,028
F&M Financial Corporation Bank N.C. $17,000,000 $3,119,745
First American International Corp Bank N.Y. $17,000,000 -$13,397,858
Guaranty Federal Bancshares Bank Mo. $17,000,000 $4,887,871
White River Bancshares Company Bank Ark. $16,800,000 $2,602,245
Timberland Bancorp Bank Wash. $16,641,000 $2,420,171
Codorus Valley Bancorp Bank Pa. $16,500,000 $2,678,479
First Federal Bancshares of Arkansas Bank Ark. $16,500,000 -$9,929,375
1st Financial Services Corp Bank N.C. $16,369,000 -$7,139,052
Parke Bancorp Bank N.J. $16,288,000 $77,555
Pacific City Financial Corp Bank Calif. $16,200,000 $1,526,384
Valley Financial Corp Bank Va. $16,019,000 $5,292,673
CoastalSouth Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $16,015,000 -$1,757,512
Carolina Bank Holdings Bank N.C. $16,000,000 $3,941,789
MidWest One Financial Group Bank Iowa $16,000,000 $2,933,333
State Capital Corp. Bank Miss. $15,750,000 $2,981,209
Community West Bancshares Bank Calif. $15,600,000 -$1,258,860
Stockmens Financial Corporation Bank S.D. $15,568,000 $2,533,554
Tri-County Financial Corp Bank Md. $15,540,000 $3,113,117
BankFirst Capital Corp Bank Miss. $15,500,000 $2,992,470
First Reliance Bancshares Bank S.C. $15,349,000 -$2,354,941
Grandsouth Bancorporation Bank S.C. $15,319,000 $2,306,918
Broadway Financial Corporation Bank Calif. $15,000,000 -$2,124,380
Centra Financial Holdings Bank W.Va. $15,000,000 $922,937
LSB Corp Bank Mass. $15,000,000 $1,260,000
Business Bancshares Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $3,707,709
Foresight Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 $3,670,292
The Landrum Company Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $2,580,291
River Valley Bancorporation Bank Wis. $15,000,000 $4,928,275
Suburban Illinois Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 $10,244,054
Nicolet Bankshares Bank Wis. $14,964,000 $2,940,842
EQUITY BANCSHARES, INC. (FIRST COMMUNITY BANCSHARES, INC. (KS)) Bank Kan. $14,800,000 $1,793,061
Village Bank and Trust Financial Corp Bank Va. $14,738,000 -$7,747,407
Monarch Financial Holdings Bank Va. $14,700,000 $1,003,166
Caliber Home Loans, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Okla. $14,556,421 -$14,556,421
Tidelands Bancshares Bank S.C. $14,448,000 -$4,267,800
United Bank Corporation Bank Ga. $14,400,000 $4,482,079
Guaranty Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $14,000,000 $3,687,282
First National Corporation Bank Va. $13,900,000 $1,429,331
Magna Bank Bank Tenn. $13,795,000 $2,351,468
Bancorp Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $13,669,000 $1,926,738
Sword Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $13,644,000 $3,375,233
First Texas BHC Bank Texas $13,533,000 $2,539,389
Oak Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $13,500,000 $2,371,250
WashingtonFirst Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $13,475,000 $1,842,319
LCNB Corp Bank Ohio $13,400,000 $1,127,390
Bank of the Carolinas Corporation Bank N.C. $13,179,000 -$8,844,573
Morrill Bancshares Bank Kan. $13,000,000 $2,429,122
SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ga. $12,900,000 $209,014
HCSB Financial Corporation Bank S.C. $12,895,000 -$11,675,348
Community First Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $12,725,000 $3,848,975
Adbanc Bank Neb. $12,720,000 $2,351,769
Regents Bancshares, Inc. Bank Wash. $12,700,000 $1,894,340
Peoples Bancorporation Bank S.C. $12,660,000 $2,702,912
Community Financial Corp Bank Va. $12,643,000 $3,464,224
Bankers’ Bank of the West Bank Colo. $12,639,000 $4,458,994
Meridian Bank Bank Pa. $12,535,000 $1,153,103
Security State Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,500,000 $2,388,681
PeoplesSouth Bancshares Bank Ga. $12,325,000 $3,661,000
OneUnited Bank Bank Mass. $12,063,000 -$11,969,177
1st Constitution Bancorp Bank N.J. $12,000,000 $1,433,242
Blue Ridge Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,000,000 -$564,957
First Manitowoc Bancorp Bank Wis. $12,000,000 $837,983
FNB Bancorp Bank Calif. $12,000,000 $2,267,700
The Queensborough Company Bank Ga. $12,000,000 $1,065,246
Two Rivers Financial Group Bank Iowa $12,000,000 $2,075,133
Duke Financial Group, Inc. Bank Minn. $12,000,000 $5,424,286
Farmers Enterprises, Inc. Bank Kan. $12,000,000 $3,698,747
Alliance Financial Services Bank Minn. $12,000,000 -$2,193,864
Wachusett Financial Services, Inc. Bank Mass. $12,000,000 $2,731,826
Plumas Bancorp Bank Calif. $11,949,000 $1,815,140
Citizens Bancshares Bank Ga. $11,841,000 $1,979,909
DNB Financial Corp Bank Pa. $11,750,000 $1,933,277
M&F Bancorp Bank N.C. $11,735,000 -$185,805
TCB Holding Company Bank Texas $11,730,000 -$11,039,168
Pacific Coast Bankers’ Bancshares Bank Calif. $11,600,000 $2,221,963
Cecil Bancorp Bank Md. $11,560,000 -$10,163,012
Western Illinois Bancshares Bank Ill. $11,422,000 $1,772,412
Central Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $11,385,000 -$7,584,344
First Community Corp Bank S.C. $11,350,000 $2,075,979
Liberty Financial Services Bank La. $11,334,000 $1,132,862
Central Jersey Bancorp Bank N.J. $11,300,000 $1,390,020
Steele Street Bank Corporation Bank Colo. $11,019,000 $2,059,672
Allegiance Bancshares, Inc. Bank Texas $11,000,000 $4,971,339
Mackinac Financial Corporation Bank Mich. $11,000,000 $2,521,828
Brotherhood Bancshares, Inc. Bank Kan. $11,000,000 $1,845,585
Stonebridge Financial Corp Bank Pa. $10,973,000 -$8,320,183
First Capital Bancorp Bank Va. $10,958,000 $998,713
First Southern Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,900,000 $1,363,468
Ridgestone Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,900,000 -$1,269,893
BCSB Bancorp Bank Md. $10,800,000 $2,571,500
Presidio Bank Bank Calif. $10,800,000 $277,697
Security State Bank Holding Company Bank N.D. $10,750,000 $3,091,203
First Community Bank Corp of America Bank Fla. $10,685,000 -$2,185,751
Crosstown Holding Company Bank Minn. $10,650,000 $2,848,330
Selene Finance, LP Mortgage Servicer Texas $10,507,915 -$10,507,915
Northwest Bancorporation Bank Wash. $10,500,000 $1,391,847
Katahdin Bankshares Bank Maine $10,449,000 $1,974,048
1st Enterprise Bank Bank Calif. $10,400,000 $1,348,156
Citizens Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,400,000 -$10,176,429
Mission Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,336,000 $1,895,669
United Bancorporation of Alabama, Inc. Bank Ala. $10,300,000 $2,160,535
Illinois State Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $10,272,000 $1,564,113
North Central Bancshares Bank Iowa $10,200,000 $2,094,583
Midland States Bancorp Bank Ill. $10,189,000 $1,017,989
Heritage Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $10,103,000 $1,250,284
1st United Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,000,000 $870,902
Blackhawk Bancorp Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $1,344,361
BOH Holdings Bank Texas $10,000,000 $1,783,777
Center Bancorp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,586,667
Central Bancorp Bank Mass. $10,000,000 $3,886,111
ColoEast Bankshares Bank Colo. $10,000,000 $670,783
First Bankers Trustshares Bank Ill. $10,000,000 $1,941,221
First Litchfield Financial Corp Bank Conn. $10,000,000 $2,147,768
Mid Penn Bancorp Bank Pa. $10,000,000 $2,070,978
Mid-Wisconsin Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $2,844,226
NCAL Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,000,000 -$4,788,973
New Hampshire Thrift Bancshares Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $2,041,266
Northway Financial Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $1,930,625
Stewardship Financial Corp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,400,453
Uwharrie Capital Corp Bank N.C. $10,000,000 $2,916,040
Century Financial Services Corporation Bank N.M. $10,000,000 $3,186,960
HomeTown Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $10,000,000 $998,306
Greer Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,993,000 $3,700,112
Regent Bancorp Bank Fla. $9,982,000 -$1,226,982
Penn Liberty Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,960,000 $1,785,689
Coastal Banking Company Bank Fla. $9,950,000 $1,117,898
Universal Bancorp Bank Ind. $9,900,000 $2,265,548
PSB Financial Corporation Bank La. $9,734,000 $1,704,291
TCB Corporation Bank S.C. $9,720,000 $1,891,380
Navy Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Va. $9,580,324 -$9,580,324
Southern Missouri Bancorp Bank Mo. $9,550,000 $3,954,764
Moneytree Corporation Bank Tenn. $9,516,000 $1,775,481
Premier Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $9,500,000 -$9,032,588
Florida Business BancGroup Bank Fla. $9,495,000 $1,814,751
City National Bancshares Corporation Bank N.J. $9,439,000 -$6,930,391
Cache Valley Banking Company Bank Utah $9,407,000 $1,267,335
21st Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $9,378,186 -$9,378,186
FCB Bancorp Bank Ky. $9,294,000 $1,862,235
Freedom First Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $9,278,000 $501,527
Provident Community Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,266,000 -$3,626,609
Carrollton Bancorp Bank Md. $9,201,000 $2,187,959
First Priority Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,175,000 $773,070
Elmira Savings Bank Bank N.Y. $9,090,000 $2,705,867
Community Partners Bancorp Bank N.J. $9,000,000 $1,598,750
HPK Financial Corporation Bank Ill. $9,000,000 $1,940,554
Delmar Bancorp Bank Md. $9,000,000 -$2,401,669
UBT Banchares Bank Kan. $8,950,000 $1,684,911
RCB Financial Corporation Bank Ga. $8,900,000 $323,155
Salisbury Bancorp Bank Conn. $8,816,000 $1,284,960
Citizens First Corp Bank Ky. $8,779,000 $3,457,420
Farmers Bank Bank Va. $8,752,000 $2,644,203
Equity Bancshares Bank Kan. $8,750,000 $2,688,457
Georgia Commerce Bancshares Bank Ga. $8,700,000 $1,385,366
United American Bank Bank Calif. $8,700,000 -$5,217,343
First Freedom Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $8,700,000 $929,360
Sonoma Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $8,653,000 -$8,155,836
BancStar, Inc. Bank Mo. $8,600,000 $2,101,460
Summit State Bank Bank Calif. $8,500,000 $1,430,625
Great River Holding Company Bank Minn. $8,400,000 $2,380,775
HomEq Servicing Mortgage Servicer Calif. $8,308,819 -$8,308,819
Private Bancorporation Bank Minn. $8,222,000 $2,722,635
Annapolis Bancorp Bank Md. $8,152,000 $5,342,247
F&M Bancshares Bank Tenn. $8,144,000 $1,261,391
IBC Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $8,086,000 -$5,921,517
Fairfax County Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $8,044,000 $1,121,244
Syringa Bancorp Bank Idaho $8,000,000 -$7,746,878
The Magnolia State Corporation Bank Miss. $7,922,000 $1,354,393
First Eagle Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $7,875,000 $2,362,845
MS Financial Bank Texas $7,723,000 $1,483,290
Commonwealth Business Bank Bank Calif. $7,701,000 $750,110
Metro City Bank Bank Ga. $7,700,000 $1,105,995
Oak Ridge Financial Services Bank N.C. $7,700,000 $811,025
Valley Commerce Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,700,000 $1,703,403
First Gothenburg Bancshares Bank Neb. $7,570,000 $1,044,884
Country Bank Shares Bank Neb. $7,525,000 $1,256,210
Centrix Bank & Trust Bank N.H. $7,500,000 $1,387,792
Emclaire Financial Corp Bank Pa. $7,500,000 $1,045,904
The Little Bank Bank N.C. $7,500,000 $1,646,330
BNB Financial Services Corp Bank N.Y. $7,500,000 $2,276,052
Gulfstream Bancshares Bank Fla. $7,500,000 $1,251,543
GulfSouth Private Bank Bank Fla. $7,500,000 -$6,818,689
First Bank Mortgage Servicer Mo. $7,454,387 -$7,454,387
Somerset Hills Bancorp Bank N.J. $7,414,000 $402,685
Avenue Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $7,400,000 $1,398,415
First Sound Bank Bank Wash. $7,400,000 -$3,369,056
First BancTrust Corp Bank Ill. $7,350,000 $1,658,951
Western Community Bancshares Bank Calif. $7,290,000 -$6,735,917
FFW Corp Bank Ind. $7,289,000 $1,152,840
Millenium Bancorp Bank Colo. $7,260,000 -$2,963,577
Central Federal Corp Bank Ohio $7,225,000 -$3,612,882
NC Bancorp Bank Ill. $7,186,000 -$4,572,286
TriSummit Bank Bank Tenn. $7,002,000 -$505,582
Central Valley Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,000,000 $1,077,516
Fidelity Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $7,000,000 $1,388,333
Hamilton State Bancshares Bank Ga. $7,000,000 $1,169,166
Old Line Bancshares Bank Md. $7,000,000 $438,888
Chicago Shore Corporation Bank Ill. $7,000,000 $2,054,225
Heartland Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ind. $7,000,000 $1,321,471
M&T Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $6,996,532 -$6,996,532
Community Financial Shares, Inc. Bank Ill. $6,970,000 -$2,729,256
Guaranty Bancorp Bank N.H. $6,920,000 $1,315,040
Idaho Bancorp Bank Idaho $6,900,000 -$6,344,327
Security California Bancorp Bank Calif. $6,815,000 $1,337,698
Pierce County Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,800,000 -$6,592,053
Harbor Bankshares Corporation Bank Md. $6,800,000 -$6,517,256
Monarch Community Bancorp Bank Mich. $6,785,000 -$1,976,879
Premier Bancorp Bank Ill. $6,784,000 -$6,123,785
Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.Y. $6,771,000 $1,205,330
Highlands Independent Bancshares Bank Fla. $6,700,000 -$534,688
Fidelity Federal Bancorp Bank Ind. $6,657,000 $563,909
Alarion Financial Services Bank Fla. $6,514,000 $1,160,003
Catskill Hudson Bancorp Bank N.Y. $6,500,000 $948,073
Pacific International Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,500,000 $1,437,745
Liberty Bancshares, Inc. (TX) Bank Texas $6,500,000 $1,947,271
Biscayne Bancshares, Inc. Bank Fla. $6,400,000 $1,871,974
First Intercontinental Bank Bank Ga. $6,398,000 -$2,229,115
Premier Financial Corp Bank Iowa $6,349,000 $2,429,669
Citizens Commerce Bancshares Bank Ky. $6,300,000 -$1,319,742
Carter Federal Credit Union Bank La. $6,300,000 -$3,159,650
Cardinal Bancorp II, Inc. Bank Mo. $6,251,000 $1,296,478
First Vernon Bancshares Bank Ala. $6,245,000 $946,293
Randolph Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,229,000 $961,593
Moscow Bancshares Bank Tenn. $6,216,000 $1,516,432
Union Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,191,000 $840,293
OSB Financial Services Bank Texas $6,100,000 $1,562,316
Centric Financial Corporation Bank Pa. $6,056,000 $683,821
American State Bancshares Bank Kan. $6,000,000 $1,220,142
Beach Business Bank Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,263,316
IBW Financial Corporation Bank D.C. $6,000,000 $822,067
ICB Financial Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,194,458
Patapsco Bancorp Bank Md. $6,000,000 $3,260,824
Peninsula Bank Holding Co Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,563,057
Gateway Bancshares Bank Ga. $6,000,000 $1,260,795
McLeod Bancshares, Inc. Bank Minn. $6,000,000 $870,433
Howard Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 $1,136,793
Rising Sun Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 -$5,787,363
IA Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.J. $5,976,000 $991,741
Leader Bancorp Bank Mass. $5,830,000 $894,016
Security Business Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,803,000 $1,085,019
Central Bancshares Bank Texas $5,800,000 $1,059,177
FPB Bancorp Bank Fla. $5,800,000 -$5,526,112
CFBanc Corporation Bank D.C. $5,781,000 $492,349
Seaside National Bank & Trust Bank Fla. $5,677,000 $844,349
United Financial Banking Companies Bank Va. $5,658,000 $991,965
Waukesha Bankshares Bank Wis. $5,625,000 $773,892
Boscobel Bancorp, Inc Bank Wis. $5,586,000 $1,423,244
First Southwest Bancorporation Bank Colo. $5,500,000 -$140,227
Valley Community Bank Bank Calif. $5,500,000 -$2,502,909
One Georgia Bank Bank Ga. $5,500,000 -$5,500,000
Legacy Bancorp Bank Wis. $5,498,000 -$5,142,921
American Bancorp of Illinois, Inc. Bank Ill. $5,457,000 $1,092,073
The Private Bank of California Bank Calif. $5,450,000 $1,024,753
Highlands State Bank Bank N.J. $5,450,000 $761,927
Connecticut Bank and Trust Company Bank Conn. $5,448,000 $1,454,866
BankAsiana Bank N.J. $5,250,000 $315,584
Midtown Bank & Trust Company Bank Ga. $5,222,000 -$1,651,863
First Choice Bank Bank Calif. $5,146,000 $678,521
Mission Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,116,000 $759,584
Capital Commerce Bancorp, Inc. Bank Wis. $5,100,000 -$2,335,066
Franklin Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $5,097,000 -$677,129
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $5,068,698 -$5,068,698
First Resource Bank Bank Pa. $5,017,000 $714,794
Blue River Bancshares Bank Ind. $5,000,000 -$4,470,895
Commerce National Bank Bank Calif. $5,000,000 $602,969
Financial Security Corp Bank Wyo. $5,000,000 $914,597
First Express of Nebraska Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,074,313
Southern Illinois Bancorp Bank Ill. $5,000,000 $955,472
BlackRidge Financial, Inc. Bank N.D. $5,000,000 $1,127,326
Covenant Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $5,000,000 $1,594,635
AmFirst Financial Services, Inc. Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,523,255
Germantown Capital Corporation Bank Tenn. $4,967,000 $674,940
First ULB Corp Bank Calif. $4,900,000 $311,020
York Traditions Bank Bank Pa. $4,871,000 $834,023
Southern Heritage Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $4,862,000 $856,113
BNC Financial Group Bank Conn. $4,797,000 $876,922
First Menasha Bancshares Bank Wis. $4,797,000 $916,867
Alaska Pacific Bankshares Bank Alaska $4,781,000 $2,720,884
Monument Bank Bank Md. $4,734,000 $889,960
Capital Bancorp Bank Md. $4,700,000 $752,281
Western Reserve Bancorp, Inc Bank Ohio $4,700,000 $1,142,202
Virginia Company Bank Bank Va. $4,700,000 -$955,554
CalWest Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,656,000 $629,163
MorEquity, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Ind. $4,628,164 -$4,628,164
Lafayette Bancorp Bank Miss. $4,551,000 $852,068
Hope Federal Credit Union Bank Miss. $4,520,000 -$3,895,236
First Colebrook Bancorp Bank N.H. $4,500,000 $839,489
Puget Sound Bank Bank Wash. $4,500,000 $855,158
Georgia Primary Bank Bank Ga. $4,500,000 -$2,873,543
Mainline Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $4,500,000 $763,190
Community Pride Bank Corporation Bank Minn. $4,400,000 $627,765
CBB Bancorp Bank Ga. $4,397,000 $585,145
Pinnacle Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $4,389,000 -$4,104,001
Metropolitan Capital Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,388,000 $1,325,197
BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, N.A. (FIRST BUSINESS BANK, N.A.) Bank Calif. $4,243,000 $450,275
Northeast Bancorp Bank Maine $4,227,000 $1,262,384
PNC Bank, National Association Mortgage Servicer Pa. $4,218,927 -$4,218,927
Pacific Coast National Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,120,000 -$4,101,913
CB Holding Corp. Bank Ill. $4,114,000 -$3,842,421
Community Bank of the Bay Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$3,445,636
Pacific Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$1,018,330
The Bank of Currituck Bank N.C. $4,021,000 -$2,108,316
California Bank of Commerce Bank Calif. $4,000,000 $755,900
Capital Pacific Bancorp Bank Ore. $4,000,000 $804,256
Carolina Trust Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 -$5,548
Hilltop Community Bancorp Bank N.J. $4,000,000 $467,049
Naples Bancorp Bank Fla. $4,000,000 -$3,043,934
Premier Service Bank Bank Calif. $4,000,000 $300,522
Santa Lucia Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,000,000 -$868,889
SBT Bancorp Bank Conn. $4,000,000 $717,144
Todd Bancshares Bank Ky. $4,000,000 $1,210,672
SV Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,000,000 $721,382
Grand Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $4,000,000 $717,145
Investors Financial Corporation of Pettis County Bank Mo. $4,000,000 -$3,825,676
Enterprise Financial Services Group Bank Pa. $4,000,000 $680,205
KS Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $137,336
Providence Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $596,313
Texas National Bancorporation Bank Texas $3,981,000 $494,307
Community Business Bank Bank Calif. $3,976,000 $698,053
Fidelity Bancorp, Inc (LA) Bank La. $3,942,000 $1,462,924
Peoples Bancshares of TN Bank Tenn. $3,900,000 -$135,012
Community Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ariz. $3,872,000 $1,325,157
Redwood Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $3,800,000 $710,626
Tifton Banking Company Bank Ga. $3,800,000 -$3,576,792
Pascack Community Bank Bank N.J. $3,756,000 $741,313
First Financial Bancshares Bank Kan. $3,756,000 $807,302
Financial Services of Winger, Inc. Bank Minn. $3,742,000 $745,324
Pathway Bancorp Bank Neb. $3,727,000 $901,862
Triad Bancorp Bank Mo. $3,700,000 $686,326
Patterson Bancshares Bank La. $3,690,000 $1,002,028
AMB Financial Corp Bank Ind. $3,674,000 $713,576
Allied First Bancorp Bank Ill. $3,652,000 -$2,198,246
FNF Servicing, Inc Mortgage Servicer Va. $3,578,915 -$3,578,915
The Golden 1 Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $3,573,536 -$3,573,536
CedarStone Bank Bank Tenn. $3,564,000 $1,108,099
Merchants and Manufacturers Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $3,510,000 $600,668
AB&T Financial Corp Bank N.C. $3,500,000 -$2,173,585
Mercantile Capital Corp Bank Mass. $3,500,000 $650,816
First Alliance Bancshares Bank Tenn. $3,422,000 -$418,323
Gregory Funding LLC Mortgage Servicer Ore. $3,405,518 -$3,405,518
Birmingham Bloomfield Bancshares Bank Mich. $3,379,000 $424,024
Bainbridge Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,372,000 $273,637
Madison Financial Corp Bank Ky. $3,370,000 $377,299
First Bank of Charleston Bank W.Va. $3,345,000 $615,105
California Oaks State Bank Bank Calif. $3,300,000 $502,219
Mountain Valley Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,300,000 $769,981
Bancorp of Okolona, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,297,000 $250,976
Congaree Bancshares Bank S.C. $3,285,000 $160,825
Treaty Oak Bancorp Bank Texas $3,268,000 -$2,575,585
Border Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $3,260,000 $263,698
Hometown Bancorp of Alabama Bank Ala. $3,250,000 $964,208
FPB Financial Corp Bank La. $3,240,000 $383,721
First Independence Corporation Bank Mich. $3,223,000 -$402,739
Oregon Bancorp Bank Ore. $3,216,000 $950,808
Resurgent Capital Services L.P. Mortgage Servicer S.C. $3,202,721 -$3,202,721
Kilmichael Bancorp, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,154,000 $602,679
Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Bank Wyo. $3,100,000 $1,125,739
Fortune Financial Corporation Bank Mo. $3,100,000 $568,929
Grand Mountain Bancshares, Inc. Bank Colo. $3,076,000 $0
Lone Star Bank Bank Texas $3,072,000 -$1,071,119
Sound Banking Company Bank N.C. $3,070,000 $566,309
FBHC Holding Company Bank Colo. $3,035,000 -$2,230,408
Ally Bank Mortgage Servicer Utah $3,018,152 -$3,018,152
Citizens Community Bank Bank Va. $3,000,000 $574,645
Clover Community Bankshares Bank S.C. $3,000,000 $318,586
Marine Bank & Trust Company Bank Fla. $3,000,000 -$653,787
PGB Holdings Bank Ill. $3,000,000 $555,041
St. Johns Bancshares Bank Mo. $3,000,000 -$1,232,967
Tennessee Valley Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $3,000,000 $331,713
Frontier Bancshares Bank Texas $3,000,000 $408,191
Freeport Bancshares Bank Ill. $3,000,000 $1,393,492
Fidelity Resources Company Bank Texas $3,000,000 $503,795
Bank of Commerce Bank N.C. $3,000,000 $87,573
Layton Park Financial Group Bank Wis. $3,000,000 -$67,838
Redwood Financial Bank Minn. $2,995,000 $575,812
F & C Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $2,993,000 $930,566
Alliance Bancshares Bank Ga. $2,986,000 $595,401
Santa Clara Valley Bank Bank Calif. $2,900,000 -$178,674
Berkshire Bancorp Bank Pa. $2,892,000 $509,124
US Metro Bank Bank Calif. $2,861,000 $604,216
Santa Cruz Community Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,828,000 $135,430
Omega Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,816,000 $587,602
Prairie Star Bancshares Bank Kan. $2,800,000 $321,271
Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,799,000 -$2,413,204
Tri-State Bank of Memphis Bank Tenn. $2,795,000 -$2,394,849
SouthFirst Bancshares Bank Ala. $2,760,000 $492,464
Worthington Financial Holdings, Inc. Bank Ala. $2,720,000 $60,391
DeSoto County Bank Bank Miss. $2,681,000 $93,101
Bank of George Bank Nev. $2,672,000 -$1,388,060
Regent Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $2,655,000 $480,328
Community First Guam Federal Credit Union Bank Guam $2,650,000 -$2,284,742
Shreveport Federal Credit Union Bank La. $2,646,000 $118,776
Deerfield Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $2,639,000 $644,339
Manhattan Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $2,639,000 $822,607
Scotiabank de Puerto Rico Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $2,603,545 -$2,603,545
Community Investors Bancorp Bank Ohio $2,600,000 $515,616
Northern State Bank Bank N.J. $2,571,000 $416,782
Goldwater Bank Bank Ariz. $2,568,000 -$1,074,250
RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.C. $2,566,615 -$2,566,615
Community 1st Bank Bank Calif. $2,550,000 $349,660
Plato Holdings Inc. Bank Minn. $2,500,000 $603,620
Atlantic City Federal Credit Union Bank Wyo. $2,500,000 $100,277
Pyramid Federal Credit Union Bank Ariz. $2,500,000 $216,972
AmeriBank Holding Company Bank Okla. $2,492,000 $468,023
Grand Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $2,443,320 $1,425,153
Citizens Bank & Trust Company, Established 1945 Bank La. $2,400,000 $3,330
CSRA Bank Corp Bank Ga. $2,400,000 $347,755
Green Circle Investments Bank Iowa $2,400,000 $636,022
Brogan Bankshares, Inc. Bank Wis. $2,400,000 $622,880
NEMO Bancshares Inc. Bank Mo. $2,330,000 $869,347
IBT Bancorp Bank Texas $2,295,000 $641,463
Columbine Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,260,000 $429,480
CenterBank Bank Ohio $2,250,000 $94,348
Alternatives Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $2,234,000 $100,903
Union Financial Corporation Bank N.M. $2,179,000 $460,872
Marix Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ariz. $2,162,025 -$2,162,025
Security Bancshares of Pulaski County Bank Mo. $2,152,000 -$134,090
Titonka Bancshares Bank Iowa $2,117,000 $452,493
Ojai Community Bank Bank Calif. $2,080,000 $574,759
Market Bancorporation Bank Minn. $2,060,000 $272,249
The Victory Bank Bank Pa. $2,046,000 $276,184
Surrey Bancorp Bank N.C. $2,000,000 $314,972
TCNB Financial Corp Bank Ohio $2,000,000 $384,611
Nationwide Bankshares, Inc. Bank Neb. $2,000,000 $276,190
Atlantic Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $2,000,000 $528,554
Northwest Commercial Bank Bank Wash. $1,992,000 $388,393
Fresno First Bank Bank Calif. $1,968,000 $469,100
Wescom Central Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $1,949,423 -$1,949,423
Virginia Community Capital, Inc. Bank Va. $1,915,000 $220,757
Hometown Bancshares Bank Ky. $1,900,000 $329,804
Merchants and Planters Bancshares Bank Tenn. $1,881,000 $350,562
Monadnock Bancorp Bank N.H. $1,834,000 $505,348
Seacoast Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $353,780
American Premier Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $252,682
Mortgage Center LLC Mortgage Servicer Mich. $1,772,782 -$1,772,782
Franklin Credit Management Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.J. $1,751,287 -$1,751,287
Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $1,709,000 $93,139
BCB Holding Company Bank Ala. $1,706,000 $609,854
Manhattan Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,700,000 $129,711
Maryland Financial Bank Bank Md. $1,700,000 -$832,754
Signature Bancshares Bank Texas $1,700,000 $294,588
The State Bank of Bartley Bank Neb. $1,697,000 $333,299
Gateway Community Federal Credit Union Bank Mont. $1,657,000 $62,690
Gold Canyon Bank Bank Ariz. $1,607,000 -$1,553,141
Tongass Federal Credit Union Bank Alaska $1,600,000 $154,666
Hyperion Bank Bank Pa. $1,552,000 -$214,834
Saigon National Bank Calif. $1,549,000 $97,325
D.C. Federal Credit Union Bank D.C. $1,522,000 -$354,515
Regional Bankshares Bank S.C. $1,500,000 $272,618
Vision Bank – Texas Bank Texas $1,500,000 $398,263
PFSB Bancorporation, Inc. Bank Wis. $1,500,000 $230,164
Sterling Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Wash. $1,453,739 -$1,453,739
Seneca Mortgage Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $1,401,139 -$1,401,139
Indiana Bank Corp Bank Ind. $1,312,000 -$1,146,861
Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank Bank N.J. $1,300,000 -$1,212,816
Valley Financial Group, Ltd., 1st State Bank Bank Mich. $1,300,000 $189,776
ClearSpring Loan Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $1,249,697 -$1,249,697
Vigo County Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $1,229,000 -$7,992
SunTrust Mortgage, Inc Mortgage Servicer Va. $1,201,818 -$1,201,818
Central Florida Educators Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $1,196,743 -$1,196,743
First Advantage Bancshares Inc. Bank Minn. $1,177,000 $151,320
Riverside Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $1,100,000 $522,714
Southside Credit Union Bank Texas $1,100,000 $67,894
Brewery Credit Union Bank Wis. $1,096,000 $41,465
Opportunities Credit Union Bank Vt. $1,091,000 -$940,927
Independence Bank Bank R.I. $1,065,000 $329,723
Community Bancshares Of Mississippi, Inc. (Community Holding Company Of Florida, Inc.) Bank Fla. $1,050,000 $170,301
Calvert Financial Corp Bank Mo. $1,037,000 $567,023
Bank Financial Services, Inc. Bank Minn. $1,004,000 $110,680
BankGreenville Bank S.C. $1,000,000 $153,905
Butte Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $1,000,000 -$914,612
First Legacy Community Credit Union Bank N.C. $1,000,000 $70,167
Bern Bancshares Bank Kan. $985,000 $187,064
Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union / Union Settlement Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $898,000 $55,696
Urban Partnership Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $872,996 -$872,996
Gregg Bancshares Bank Mo. $825,000 -$779,810
Greater Nevada LLC, dba Greater Nevada Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Nev. $818,188 -$818,188
Banner County Bank Corp Bank Neb. $795,000 $147,412
RG Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $793,769 -$793,769
Statebridge Company, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $765,932 -$765,932
UNO Federal Credit Union Bank La. $743,000 $43,754
First State Bank of Mobeetie Bank Texas $731,000 $82,086
Farmers State Bancshares Bank Kan. $700,000 $130,174
Midwest Regional Bancorp Bank Mo. $700,000 $63,294
Mission Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $698,685 -$698,685
Independent Employers Group Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $698,000 $71,701
Green City Bancshares Bank Mo. $651,000 $82,037
Quantum Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer Fla. $645,438 -$645,438
Corning Savings and Loan Association Bank Ark. $638,000 $21,705
SN Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer La. $609,707 -$609,707
Butler Point Bank Ill. $607,000 $117,125
Colonial American Bank Bank Pa. $574,000 $94,143
OwnersChoice Funding, Incorporated Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $552,590 -$552,590
PHH Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.J. $528,469 -$528,469
Bethex Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $502,000 $51,567
Community Bancshares of Kansas Bank Kan. $500,000 $116,745
Kirksville Bancorp Bank Mo. $470,000 $152,228
Technology Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $455,637 -$455,637
Community Plus Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $450,000 $21,025
Farmers & Merchants Financial Corp Bank Kan. $442,000 $58,200
Liberty County Teachers Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $435,000 -$41,397
Haviland Bancshares Bank Kan. $425,000 $62,524
Tulane-Loyola Federal Credit Union Bank La. $424,000 -$365,559
Matrix Financial Services Corp. Mortgage Servicer Ariz. $397,626 -$397,626
Los Alamos National Bank Mortgage Servicer N.M. $381,349 -$381,349
FCI Lender Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $375,727 -$375,727
Hillsdale County National Bank Mortgage Servicer Mich. $362,908 -$362,908
United Bank Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Mich. $350,764 -$350,764
Northeast Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $350,000 -$301,758
Greater Kinston Credit Union Bank N.C. $350,000 $10,714
ShoreBank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $346,986 -$346,986
North Side Community Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $325,000 -$280,294
The Freeport State Bank Bank Kan. $301,000 $78,459
Genesee Co-op Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 $16,667
Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 $17,450
Union Settlement Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $295,000 -$407
Umpqua Bank Mortgage Servicer Ore. $293,777 -$293,777
Silver State Schools Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Nev. $285,844 -$285,844
AmTrust Bank, A Division of New York Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $285,113 -$285,113
Neighborhood Trust Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $283,000 -$245,407
Prince Kuhio Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $273,000 $27,073
Idaho Housing and Finance Association Mortgage Servicer Idaho $265,886 -$265,886
Wachovia Mortgage, FSB Mortgage Servicer Iowa $238,889 -$238,889
James B.Nutter and Company Mortgage Servicer Mo. $228,573 -$228,573
Schools Financial Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $198,427 -$198,427
ORNL Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $193,301 -$193,301
DuPage Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $178,370 -$178,370
IC Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Mass. $172,477 -$172,477
Kondaur Capital Corporation Mortgage Servicer Calif. $166,566 -$166,566
United Bank Mortgage Servicer Ga. $157,242 -$157,242
Unify Financial Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $153,637 -$153,637
Phenix Pride Federal Credit Union Bank Ala. $153,000 $8,151
Buffalo Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $145,000 -$125,014
Yadkin Valley Bank Mortgage Servicer N.C. $144,486 -$144,486
Citizens 1st National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $141,806 -$141,806
NJ Housing & Mortgage Finance Mortgage Servicer N.J. $132,856 -$132,856
Great Lakes Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $131,608 -$131,608
Planet Home Lending, LLC Mortgage Servicer Conn. $120,738 -$120,738
Heartland Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Ill. $117,418 -$117,418
LenderLive Network, Inc Mortgage Servicer Colo. $116,269 -$116,269
Fidelity Bank Mortgage Servicer La. $106,308 -$106,308
Columbia Bank Mortgage Servicer N.J. $105,118 -$105,118
Hill District Federal Credit Union Bank Pa. $100,000 $13,650
Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $100,000 -$86,244
Maryland Community Development Administration Mortgage Servicer Md. $96,588 -$96,588
Lake City Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $92,752 -$92,752
Home Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer La. $78,158 -$78,158
Thurston Union of Low Income People (TULIP) Cooperative Credit Union Bank Wash. $75,000 $5,593
Pathfinder Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $71,838 -$71,838
Colorado Federal Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Colo. $69,026 -$69,026
Horicon Bank Mortgage Servicer Wis. $67,385 -$67,385
Apex Bank Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $66,628 -$66,628
Workers United Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $57,000 $2,822
The Bryn Mawr Trust Co Mortgage Servicer Pa. $56,067 -$56,067
Park View Federal Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $53,936 -$53,936
Aurora Financial Group, Inc Mortgage Servicer N.J. $52,533 -$52,533
IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $48,589 -$48,589
Allstate Mortgage Loans & Investments, Inc Mortgage Servicer Fla. $39,093 -$39,093
Florida Community Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Fla. $38,103 -$38,103
Renaissance Community Development Credit Union Bank N.J. $31,000 -$26,758
Faith Based Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $30,000 $2,934
Quicken Loans, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Mich. $29,916 -$29,916
Iberiabank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $25,502 -$25,502
First Citizens Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer N.C. $25,376 -$25,376
Fresno County Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $24,954 -$24,954
Axiom Bank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $24,174 -$24,174
Desjardins Bank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $22,154 -$22,154
Wallick and Volk Mortgage Servicer Wyo. $21,330 -$21,330
First State Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $21,000 -$21,000
Rockland Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Mass. $21,000 -$21,000
Marsh Associates, Inc. Mortgage Servicer N.C. $20,337 -$20,337
Everbank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $19,709 -$19,709
Purdue Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ind. $17,976 -$17,976
California Housing Finance Agency Mortgage Servicer Calif. $17,297 -$17,297
Ameriana Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $16,749 -$16,749
First Keystone Bank Mortgage Servicer Pa. $14,916 -$14,916
Fidelis Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $14,000 $1,412
HomeStar Bank & Financial Services Mortgage Servicer Ill. $13,322 -$13,322
Webster Bank, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Conn. $13,000 -$13,000
Central Pacific Bank Mortgage Servicer Hawaii $13,000 -$13,000
Banner Bank Mortgage Servicer Wash. $13,000 -$13,000
Plaza Home Mortgage, Inc Mortgage Servicer Calif. $12,916 -$12,916
Mortgage Investors Group Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $12,833 -$12,833
Community Credit Union of Florida Mortgage Servicer Fla. $12,631 -$12,631
Glass City Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ohio $12,473 -$12,473
Lake National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $10,651 -$10,651
Oakland Municipal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $10,068 -$10,068
Union Baptist Church Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $10,000 -$8,622
Franklin Savings Mortgage Servicer Ohio $9,614 -$9,614
Santander Bank, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Pa. $9,142 -$9,142
Cheviot Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $9,075 -$9,075
ZB, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Utah $8,000 -$8,000
Eastern Bank Mortgage Servicer Mass. $7,916 -$7,916
Nationwide Advantage Mortgage Company Mortgage Servicer Iowa $7,916 -$7,916
First Financial Bank N.A. Mortgage Servicer Idaho $7,750 -$7,750
First National Bank of Pennsylvania Mortgage Servicer Pa. $7,648 -$7,648
Bridgelock Capital dba Peak Loan Servicing Mortgage Servicer Calif. $7,426 -$7,426
Wesbanco Bank Inc. Mortgage Servicer W.Va. $7,354 -$7,354
East End Baptist Tabernacle Federal Credit Union Bank Conn. $7,000 -$6,037
Flagstar Capital Markets Corporation Mortgage Servicer Mich. $7,000 -$7,000
First Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Calif. $6,916 -$6,916
LegacyTexas Bank Mortgage Servicer Texas $6,656 -$6,656
Freedom Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Ind. $6,000 -$6,000
Mainsource Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $5,000 -$5,000
Midwest Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $4,817 -$4,817
Georgia Housing & Finance Authority DBA State Home Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Ga. $3,750 -$3,750
Bank of Camden Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $2,589 -$2,589
Land/Home Financial Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $2,149 -$2,149
Guaranty Bank Mortgage Servicer Minn. $1,916 -$1,916
BMO Harris Bank, N.A. Mortgage Servicer Ill. $1,426 -$1,426
QLending, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0
Community Bank & Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Pa. $0 $0
Horizon Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Ind. $0 $0
Hartford Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Wis. $0 $0
iServe Residential Lending, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $0 $0
iServe Servicing, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $0 $0
Vist Financial Corp Mortgage Servicer Pa. $0 $0
Wealthbridge Mortgage Corp Mortgage Servicer Ore. $0 $0
RBC Bank (USA) Mortgage Servicer N.C. $0 $0
Amarillo National Bank Mortgage Servicer Texas $0 $0
American Financial Resources Inc. Mortgage Servicer N.J. $0 $0
Capital International Financial, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0
CU Mortgage Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Minn. $0 $0
First Federal Bank of Florida Mortgage Servicer Fla. $0 $0
Gateway Mortgage Group, LLC Mortgage Servicer Okla. $0 $0
Liberty Bank and Trust Co Mortgage Servicer La. $0 $0
Magna Bank (servicing) Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $0 $0
Schmidt Mortgage Company Mortgage Servicer Ohio $0 $0
Stockman Bank of Montana Mortgage Servicer Mont. $0 $0
Weststar Mortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Va. $0 $0
Bangor Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Maine $0 $0
Sun West Mortgage Company, Inc Mortgage Servicer Calif. $0 $0
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Last update: Dec. 14, 2017

We’re tracking where taxpayer money has gone in the ongoing bailout of the financial system.

Our database accounts for both the broader $700 billion bill and the separate bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

For each entity, we provide a “Net Outstanding” amount, which shows how deep taxpayers are in the hole after accounting for any revenue the government has received (usually through interest or dividends).

Companies that failed to repay the government and resulted in a loss are shaded red. You can see a list of those investments here. All other investments either returned a profit to the government or might still be repaid. Recipients of aid through TARP’s housing programs (such as mortgage servicers and state housing orgs) received subsidies that were never intended to be repaid, so we don’t mark those as losses..

Note: Subsidies are listed separately from the investment programs. So, for instance, Bank of America is listed twice – both as a mortgage servicer and as a bank.

Want just the numbers all in one place? See the detailed view here.

Shadow Banking: This is the blind spot of neo-capitalism. The next crisis, I predict, will arise in this sector.”

(Book: Hans-Jürgen Jakobs: Who owns the world? – The power relations in global capitalism)

“The shadow banking system (or shadow financial system) is a network of financial institutions comprised of non-depository banks — e.g., investment banks, structured investment vehicles (SIVs), conduits, hedge funds, non-bank financial institutions and money market funds.

How it works/Example:

Shadow banking institutions generally serve as intermediaries between investors and borrowers, providing credit and capital for investors, institutional investors, and corporations, and profiting from fees and/or from the arbitrage in interest rates.

Because shadow banking institutions don’t receive traditional deposits like a depository bank, they have escaped most regulatory limits and laws imposed on the traditional banking system. Members are able to operate without being subject to regulatory oversight for unregulated activities. An example of an unregulated activity is a credit default swap (CDS).

These institutions are extremely dangerous because they are highly leveraged and they are behaving very recklessly.

They played a major role during the financial crisis of 2008, and even the New York Fed admits that shadow banking has “increased the fragility of the entire financial system”

In fact, according to Bloomberg one top Chinese regulator has referred to shadow banking as a “Ponzi scheme”…

Their growth had caused the man who is now China’s top securities regulator to label the off-balance-sheet products a “Ponzi scheme,” because banks have to sell more each month to pay off those that are maturing.

And what happens to all Ponzi schemes eventually?

In the end, they always collapse.

And when this 75 trillion dollar Ponzi scheme collapses, the global devastation that it will cause will be absolutely unprecedented.

Bond expert Bill Gross, who is intimately familiar with the shadow banking system, has just come out with a major warning about the lack of liquidity in the shadow banking system…” (src)

Vorwort des Buches: Hans Jürgen Jakobs: Wem gehört die Welt? – Die Machtverhältnisse im globalen Kapitalismus

“Die Politik hat den Banken nach der Finanzkrise 2007/2008 eine maximale Transparenz verordnet – doch die weiten Finanzlandschaften jenseits der Kreditinstitute sind von diesem Gebot weitgehend unberührt geblieben. Sie firmieren als…

Shadow-Banking“.

“Das ist der blinde Fleck des Neokapitalismus.

Die nächste Krise wird, so sage ich voraus, in diesem Sektor entstehen.” (S14)

this video has mysteriously become unavailable: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-4Irm6rBEc

18.11.2016 – Hans Jürgen Jakob im interview – Die Welt gehört einer unsichtbaren Gruppe – Investoren die ihr Geld in die Unternehmen investieren haben die wahre Macht.

Blackrock und Al-Thani Quatar: Wer beherrscht die Deutsche Bank wirklich?

Larry Fink (Blackrock) spielt nach seinen eigenen Regeln:

“Zur Sache mit Joe Ackermann, damals im Herbst 2011, hatte er sich zuvor noch nie geäußert.

Es existierten nur Gerüchte.

Nun sagt der Chef von Blackrock jedoch frank und frei: “Es ist ja bekannt, dass wir damals dagegen waren”

Als der Mächtige von Manhattan, der längst eine Art Präsident der Weltfinanzmarkts ist, dies erklärte, sickerte in der Finanzbranche durch, dass Larry Fink nunmehr auch gegen den seit 2012 bis 2017 amtierenden Aufsichtstratchef der Deutschen Bank, den Österreicher Paul Achleitner, große Bedenken hat.” (S14)

Was wären mögliche Lösungen?

Jeder “Aufklärer” sollte – egal in welchem Medium – nicht nur das Problem analysieren, benennen und von mir aus mit viel Emotionen präsentieren, aber auch LÖSUNGEN aufzeigen, wenigstens andenken, auch wenn keiner von uns alles wissen kann, weil sonst werden wir alle depressiv und sehen “nicht mehr raus” vor lauter Probleme.

Meine Meinung?

  • kein blindes Vertrauen in existierende “etablierte” Institutionen über Politik, Banken, Medien
    • selber forschen! selber denken!
  • Krisen-Sicherheit herstellen:
    • Community Building: Seit nett zu euren Nachbarn und Freunden
      • bringt ihnen ein Geschenk und einen Dialog
    • Man kann sich auf den Weltmarkt / die globalisierten Unternehmen, welche aktuell komplett vom Geldsystem abhängig sind nicht verlassen
      • Edelmetalle in kleiner Stückelung bunkern
      • Nudeln / Kaffee und sonstige lager fähige Vorräte anlegen
        • trocken und Mäuse-sicher in Kisten lagern
        • um den nächsten Crash welcher noch heftiger als 2008 sein wird abfedern zu könnten
  • ein Konto direkt bei der EZB wäre toll: mailto: info ÄT ecb Punkt europa NochEinPunkt eu
  • mit alternativen Zahlungsmitteln experimentieren
  • Aufgabe von Banken ist es Kredite zu produzieren und zusammen mit Unternehmern Arbeitsplätze zu schaffen! Tun diese das nicht? -> WEG DAMIT!

Kumhof: “There needs to be a banking system that finances productive investment”

productive investment!

Nicht virtuelle Zahlenmagie ohne wirklichen wert für die Menschheit und alles Leben auf diesem Planeten.

Wenn “das System” dieses Ziel – Geld zu produzieren und es auf gute Ideen für Wohlstand von Menschheit und zur Wahrung des Gleichgewicht auf diesem Planeten “sinnvoll” in Umlauf zu bringen – dann verfehlen diese ihre Kernaufgabe und müssen – egal wie – ersetzt werden durch etwas was besser funktioniert.

BitCoins: Der Reformstau wird irgendwann so drängend – dass jede alternative besser scheint als keine alternative.

Das ist sehr schade – aber so ist es – eigentlich ein Resultat von Jahrzehnten von Reformstau auf diesem Gebiet.

Nur mehr Transparenz wird nicht reichen wenn nur 8% des neu erzeugten Geldes in der Produktivwirtschaft ankommt und die privaten Banken weitere Deregulierung vom Staat mit dem Argument “erpressen” – dass diese an die Produktivwirtschaft nicht mehr Kredite vergeben können – wenn diese keine Subprime-Pakete mehr schnüren dürfen.

Argument: “Ja lieber Staat wir würden ja gerne unsere Kernfunktion wahrnehmen – aber dazu müssten wir mehr bescheißen dürfen”

Kann doch wirklich kein Argument sein?

Also: Banken müssen sich mehr einbringen in Crowdfunding, Kickstarting und Projekte welche an einer besseren Zukunft für diesen Planeten arbeiten – besser im Sinne von – community building, empowering independence!

Also: ETFs “the next big thing” – die nächste geniale Gelddruckmaschine des Finanzmarktes – gehört auch zum sogenannten “Schattenbanken” System.

Statt Gelder in “produktive Investments” – Firmen die Arbeitsplätze schaffen, Menschen die Gutes für die Gesellschaft tun oder wenigstens Ideen haben wie das gehen könnte, wird (von privaten Banken auch Deutschen Banken) lieber Poker gespielt.

Statt direkt Gelder zu verleihen werden Institutionen dazwischen geschaltet – welche dann besonders waghalsig pokern.

Das wäre alles kein Problem – wenn wir alle unsere Konten bei der EZB DIREKT hätten, aber wenn die Raiffeisenbank plötzlich dicht macht, weil diese doch irgendwie in den Sog der sich selbst vernichtenden 75 Trillionen USD von Blackrock/Deutsche Bank gesogen werden – dann ist blöd.

Dann ist wirklich jede alternative besser als das aktuelle privat Banken Schuld Geld System auch Maiskolben und BitCoins sind dann besser. (solange Maiskolben trocken gelagert werden, halten die Jahre und könnten als Zahlungsmittel verwendet werden)

Bunter Mais aus Südamerika: genannt "Choclo"
Bunter Mais aus Südamerika: genannt “Choclo”

Was können wir noch tun?

ETFs und Shadow Banking:

https://www.northdata.de/Scalable+Capital+GmbH,+M%C3%BCnchen/HRB+215618

The 75 Trillion Dollar Shadow Banking System Is In Danger Of Collapsing

https://www.esrb.europa.eu/pub/pdf/reports/esrb.report180910_shadow_banking.en.pdf

 

“I think BlackRock is an extremely dangerous company…Not that Larry is dangerous…What BlackRock is doing…. What is happening is very dangerous in our markets today,” Icahn said.

He was referring to the rise of structured securities that BlackRock creates like exchange-traded funds. BlackRock manages $US4.7 trillion in assets and is the biggest ETF provider in thr world.

Icahn said that he feels strongly that ETFs are “overpriced” and “extremely illiquid.” He thinks that they are going to “blow up.” (just as the interview with Tucker X-D)

To illustrate his point further, he described a cartoon he had thought of comparing the market to a “party bus” being driven by Fink and Yellen. That bus, he said, would go over a cliff “and hit a black rock.”

CARL ICAHN: “I was telling my daughter, who does my Twitter thing, here’s a great cartoon. You get this party mobile, and everybody in this mobile. They’re all on this party and they’re all having a drink…They’re all having this drink, having fun. And you know who’s pushing that thing? They’re pushing it. It’s Larry Fink and Janet Yellen, pushing that. And they’re pushing the God damn thing, but it got even better…”

SCOTT WAPNER: I don’t think that’s fair.

ICAHN: Can I finish my cartoon? And then you can yell at me. They’re pushing this thing — fair or not, somebody should have said this in ’07. We should say it. This party thing is going. Every now and then, Janet wants — she wants to put the brakes on it. Larry says, ‘No. Let it go.” And the people in the party are yelling, ‘No, no, don’t touch those brakes! This is fun!” They are moving toward this cliff, see. And the cliff is there. And this thing is going to go over this cliff. And you know what’s going to destroy — they are going to hit a black rock. That’s right. That’s what I’m saying. And by the way, I’m not criticising you. You do what you have to do.”

“I said it laughingly,” Icahn said in his new video. “But I will tell you this — I’ve seen this before a number of times. I’ve been around a long time. I saw it in ’69, ’74, ’79, I tell ya ’87, and then 2000 wasn’t pretty. And I think a time is coming that might make some of those times look pretty good.”

(src)

Links:

https://www.handelsblatt.com/unternehmen/management/blackrock-chef-larry-fink-fuer-carl-icahn-ist-blackrock-sehr-gefaehrlich/12241558-2.html

https://www.focus.de/finanzen/boerse/laurence-fink-blackstone-chef-boerse-schattenmann-regiert-die-ganze-welt-vier-billionen-7_id_3538131.html

14.01.19 https://www.finance-magazin.de/wirtschaft/deutschland/blackrock-will-stellen-streichen-2029991/