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Published by The Association in Bloomington, Ill .
Written in English



  • Illinois,
  • Bloomington.


  • Champion Federal Savings and Loan Association (Ill.),
  • Savings and loan associations -- Illinois -- Bloomington.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLouis L. Williams.
ContributionsChampion Federal Savings and Loan Association (Ill.)
LC ClassificationsHG2626.B6 W55 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 319 p. :
Number of Pages319
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2250890M
LC Control Number89127486

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General; FDIC Certificate #: Status: Inactive Closing history: Corrections Acquiring institution: First of America Bank-Champion, National Association (#) Federal Reserve ID: Date Established: Bank Charter Class: Savings associations, state or federal charter, supervised by the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) OTS Docket #: FDIC's unique #: Numeric. A savings and loan association (S&L), or thrift institution, is a financial institution that specializes in accepting savings deposits and making mortgage and other loans. The terms "S&L" or "thrift" are mainly used in the United States; similar institutions in the United Kingdom, Ireland and some Commonwealth countries include building societies and trustee savings banks. The People's Federal Savings and Loan Association is a historic bank building at East Court Street in is an early-modern building in western Ohio, designed by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan, the mentor of Frank Lloyd was designed and built in for use by Peoples Federal Savings and Loan Association, which still operates out of on: E. Court St., Sidney, Ohio.   A federal savings and loan institution is a type of thrift that has historically been focused on residential mortgages. These companies are typically private businesses, mutually owned by their Author: Julia Kagan.

Community Federal Savings and Loan Association is not active anymore since The Boatmen's National Bank of St. Louis was the successor institution. The headquarter was located at 1 Community Federal Center, Saint Louis, MO First Federal Savings and Loan Association undergoes a name change, becoming, as it is currently known, First Federal Savings Bank. Harold Duncan, assuming the title of President and CEO, oversees many changes, including formation of the Bank’s holding company, First Bancorp of Indiana, Inc. and the conversion to a publicly traded stock. Savings and Loans (S&Ls) are specialized banks created to promote affordable homeownership. They get their name by funding mortgages with savings that are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.. Historically, they have offered higher rates on savings accounts to attract more deposits, which increases their ability to offer mortgages. Failed Bank List. The FDIC is often appointed as receiver for failed banks. This page contains useful information for the customers and vendors of these banks. This includes information on the acquiring bank (if applicable), how your accounts and loans are affected, and .

The Savings and Loan Crisis and Its Relationship to Banking Introduction No history of banking in the s would be complete without a discussion of the concurrent crisis in the savings and loan (S&L) industry. A review of the S&L debacle (as it is commonly known today) provides several important lessons for financial-institution regulators. First Federal Savings and Loan Association is located at Main Street in downtown Hazard, right across from the city parking structure. Phone: Fax: Mail: First Federal Savings and Loan Association PO BOX HAZARD, KY Email: Click Here to email us! Carondelet Savings and Loan Association, St. Louis, Mo. March 1, Carondelet Savings and Loan Association merged into Community Federal Savings and Loan Association, Des Peres, Mo. Champion Bank, Creve Coeur, Mo. Champion Bank failed and was acquired by BankLiberty.   First Federal’s history is well-chronicled in the book, Years of the Hard-Working Dollar/The History of First Federal Savings and Loan Association Author: Alan Morrell.