Corporate Applications and Other Requests:
Vol. 22, No. 11
IN THIS ISSUE:
Community Development Investment Letters
| Letter No.
||Investment in fund for solar energy producing facilities - A national bank may make an equity investment to acquire a membership interest in a fund (the Company) established as a limited liability company that will master lease a solar energy project financed by the Company. The managing member of the Company is a renewable energy utility company that designed, installed, insured, and maintained customized solar systems for industrial, commercial, and municipal enterprises. The investment primarily benefits low- and moderate-income areas. 02/17/2009
| Letter No.
||Application by The Huntington National Bank, Columbus, Ohio, to acquire from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver, certain deposits and certain liabilities of Warren Bank, Warren, Michigan (Control Number 2009-CE-02-039), 10/02/2009
||Application by TD Bank, National Association, Wilmington, Delaware, to establish a branch at 231 County Road, Barrington, Rhode Island (Control Number 2009-NE-05-0125), 10/22/2009
||Application by Tri City National Bank, Oak Creek, Wisconsin, to acquire from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver, the assets and liabilities of Bank of Elmwood, Racine, Wisconsin (Control Number 2009-CE-02-041), 10/23/2009
Approvals with conditions enforceable under 12 U.S.C.
| Letter No.
||Application to convert MidAmerica Bank, fsb, Clarendon Hills, Illinois, a federal savings bank, into a national bank to be known as MidAmerica Bank, National Association. Immediately following the conversion, MidAmerica Bank, National Association will merge into National City Bank, Cleveland, Ohio with the latter as the surviving entity (Control Numbers 2007-CE-01-0008 & 2007-CE-020014), 02/08/2008
||Application by The Citizens National Bank of Akron, Akron, Colorado to establish a branch at 1 South Nevada Avenue, Suite 100, Colorado Springs, Colorado and the application to change the composition of all, or substantially all, of its assets by sale to The Farmers State Bank of Brush, Brush, Colorado (Control Numbers 2009 WE 05 0042 & 2009 WE 12 0202), 10/05/2009
||Application to establish a new national bank with the title of New Horizon Bank, National Association, Powhatan, Virginia (Control Number 2008 NE 01 0002), 10/06/2009
||Application to merge National City Bank, Cleveland, Ohio, with and into PNC Bank, National Association, Wilmington, Delaware (Control Number 2009 NE 02 0017), 10/27/2009
||Application by World Financial Network National Bank, Columbus, Ohio, to purchase substantially all the assets, all the deposits, and certain liabilities of Spirit of America National Bank, Milford, Ohio (Control Number 2009 WE 02 0019), 10/15/2009
||Application to merge the First National Bank of the Gulf Coast, Naples, Florida, with and into Panther Community Bank, National Association, Lehigh Acres, Florida (Control Number 2009 SO 02 0005), 10/23/2009
Final Enforcement Actions
Enclosed is a copy of the OCC's news release number
2009-144, announcing the availability of enforcement actions. Copies of
the final actions are available by writing to the OCC, Communications Division,
Mail Stop 2-3, Washington, D.C. 20219. You may also submit your request
electronically through the OCC's online FOIA site,
https://appsec.occ.gov/publicaccesslink or fax your request to
(202)-874-5274. When ordering, specify the appropriate enforcement action
Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Performance
Enclosed is a list of CRA performance evaluations that
became public during the period of
October 15, 2009 through November 14, 2009.
PLEASE NOTE: Interpretive Letters
and No-Objection Letters reflect the views of the Comptroller's legal
staff. Corporate Decisions, CRA Decisions and Conditional Approvals are
from the office of Licensing Activities. The Community Development
Investment Letters are from the office of Community Affairs. The list of CRA
Ratings is from the Communications Division. For copies of the CRA
evaluations, you may either contact the bank directly, or you may write to the
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) in any of three ways: by mail
to the OCC, Attn: Communications Division, Mail Stop 2-3, Washington,
D.C. 20219; by fax to (202) 874-5274; or electronically at the OCC's
online FOIA site,
https://appsec.occ.gov/publicaccesslink. You may also write to the
OCC for copies of enforcement actions and charters with standard conditions.
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