The First State Bank in Abilene, Texas (TX)
Overview, Financial Summary, Detailed Financial Reports, Branches

This bank is inactive as of Febuary 17, 1989

  • The First State Bank in Abilene, Texas (TX)
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The First State Bank - Overview

  • General
  • FDIC Certificate #: 16751
    Status: Inactive
    Closing history: Absorption - Assisted
    Acquiring institution: NationsBank of Texas, National Association (#27306)
    Federal Reserve ID: 329251
    Date Established: November 18, 1948
    Bank Charter Class: Commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB)
    Offices: 2 (Interstate: No)
    FDIC's unique #: 10866
    Numeric code: 13
    Regulator: FED
    Insurance Fund Membership: Bank Insurance Fund (BIF)
    Bank Insurance Fund: Yes
    Insured commercial Banks: Yes
    FDIC Insured: Yes
    State Chartered: Yes
    Date of Deposit Insurance: November 18, 1948
    Last Structure Change Effective Date: Febuary 17, 1989
    Last Structure Change Process Date: Febuary 23, 1989
    Last Data Update: October 04, 1990
    Data Source Date: April 05, 2012
  • Location
  • Address: 400 Block Oak And Chestnut, Abilene, TX 79604
    County: Taylor
    Quarterly Banking Profile Region: Dallas
    FDIC Geographic Region: Dallas
    FDIC Supervisory Region: Dallas
    FDIC Field Office: Dallas
    Office of the Comptroller the Currency (OCC) District: Southwest
    Office of Thrift Supervision Region: West
    Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA): Abilene, TX (#40)
    Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA): Abilene, TX (#10180)
    CBSA Metro Statistical Area: Abilene, TX (#10180)
  • Financial Summary
  • Total assets: $272.7 mil

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