Applications Approved under Bank Holding Company Act by Federal Reserve Banks. (Legal Developments)

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Applications Approved under Bank Holding Company Act by Federal Reserve Banks. (Legal Developments)


APPLICATIONS APPROVED UNDER BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT
By Federal Reserve Banks

Recent applications have been approved by the Federal Reserve Banks
as listed below. Copies are available upon request to the Reserve
Banks.

Section 3

Applicant(s)                        Bank(s)

American Eagle Financial            Riverview Community Bank,
  Corporation,                        Otsego, Minnesota
  Albertville, Minnesota
Amtrust, Inc.,                      United American Bank,
  Dubuque, Iowa                       San Mateo, California
Buford Banking Group, Inc.,         Lanier Community Bank,
  Buford, Georgia                     Buford, Georgia
Bridgewater Financial, MHC,         Bridgewater Savings Bank,
  Raynham, Massachusetts              Raynham, Massachusetts
Campbell State Company,             Blue Hill Agency, Inc.,
  Lincoln, Nebraska                   Blue Hill, Nebraska
Citizens Bancorp,                   Citizens Bank of Nevada County,
  Grass Valley, California            Nevada City, California
Coast Financial Holdings, Inc.,     Coast Bank of Florida,
  Bradenton, Florida                  Bradenton, Florida
Davis Trust Financial Corporation,  First Clay County Banc Corporation,
  Elkins, West Virginia               Clay, West Virginia
DB Acquisition Corp.,               Dorchester Bancshares, Inc.,
  Wausau, Wisconsin                   Dorchester, Wisconsin
                                    Dorchester State Bank,
                                      Dorchester, Wisconsin
Finlayson Bancshares, Inc.,         Floodwood Agency, Inc.,
  Finlayson, Minnesota                Duluth, Minnesota
                                    First State Bank of Floodwood,
                                      Floodwood, Minnesota
First BanCorp,                      PanAmerican Bancorp,
  San Juan, Puerto Rico               Hollywood, Florida
First Mutual Bancorp of Illinois,   Security Bancorp of Dupage, Inc.,
  Inc., Harvey, Illinois              Naperville, Illinois
First Okmulgee Corporation,         First National of Henryetta, Inc.,
  Okmulgee, Oklahoma                  Henryetta, Oklahoma
                                    First National Bank, Henryetta,
                                      Henryetta, Oklahoma
First Southern Bancorp, Inc.,       South Central Bancshares, Inc.,
  Stanford, Kentucky                  Russellville, Kentucky
F.N.B. Corporation,                 Sun Bancorp, Inc.,
  Naples, Florida                     Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
                                    Sun Bank,
                                      Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
Frontenac Bancshares, Inc.,         Frontenac Bank,
  Earth City, Missouri                Earth City, Missouri
Hometown Bancorp, Inc.,             Hometown Bank,
  Grand Island, Nebraska              Hastings, Nebraska
IBERIABANK Corporation,             Acadiana Bancshares, Inc.,
  New Iberia, Louisiana               Lafayette, Louisiana
Lea M. McMullan Trust,              LaRue Bancshares, Inc.,
  Shelbyville, Kentucky               Hodgenville, Kentucky
Citizens Union Bancorp of           The Peoples State Bank,
  Shelbyville, Inc.,                  Hodgenville, Kentucky
  Shelbyville, Kentucky
OSB Financial Services, Inc.,       Mauriceville National Bank,
  Orange, Texas                       Mauriceville, Texas
OSB Delaware Financial
  Services, Inc.,
  Dover, Delaware
Ozarks Heritage Financial Group,    Community First Financial
  Inc.,                               Corporation, Inc.,
  Gainesville, Missouri               Plato, Missouri
                                    Bank of Plato,
                                      Plato, Missouri
Ravalli County Bankshares, Inc.,    West One Bank,
  Hamilton, Montana                   Kalispell, Montana
Bitterroot Holding Company,
  Lolo, Montana
Southwest Community Bancorp,        Southwest Community Bank,
  Carlsbad, California                Encinitas, California
United Community Banks, Inc. … 

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