The total count of iBank Monitor Critical List increased to 19 banks from 18 banks using the June 30, 2016 Call Report data and was down from 23 banks using March 31, 2016 Call Report financial information. For tenured Critical List banks, the story remains the same - their assets are shrinking, management continues to write off or work out troubled assets, and capital has been depleted in anticipation of being rescued, sold or closed. During the height of the banking crisis the Critical List hovered around 120 banks at any given time, and today the norm has settled to a much lower level.
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The iBank Monitor Critical List identifies the most troubled U.S. banks using a rigorous financial screening process. With rare exception, virtually all of the banks which have failed since 2008 have been positively identified in advance through the iBank Monitor Critical List evaluation process.
it is important to note that the Critical List is fluid.
The Critical List selection methodology examines: