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Maryland bankers oppose FDIC proposal

Maryland bankers have a response to a federal banking agency’s proposal to change the way it regulates some deposits: Leave things the way they are. A proposal by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s board of directors in June sought to ...

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Bay Bank takes over Slavie branches

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency closed down Bel Air-based Slavie Federal Savings Bank this weekend, appointing the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. as the receiver. Slavie’s two branches reopened Saturday as branches of Bay Bank.

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1st Mariner hurt by dependence on mortgage loans

First Mariner Tower

Recent developments show that 1st Mariner Bank’s years-old challenges have not disappeared, and people who watch the mortgage lending industry closely say current trends in their market do not bode well for banks with too many eggs in that basket.

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