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FDIC Community Banking Study Reference Data

The FDIC Community Banking Study relies on a comprehensive database, which has been constructed based on quarterly financial reports submitted by federally-insured banks and savings associations. While the formats of these reports differ somewhat over time and across report types, the FDIC database employs standardized definitions that facilitate comparisons. Additionally, the database uses the FDIC's extensive data regarding structural changes in the banking industry since 1984, enabling a full accounting of bank entry, exit, and other events that have reshaped the industry over this period.

Current Community Banking Reference Data - Provides a listing of all reporters as of December 31, 2012 and their community bank status on that date.
Current Community Banking Reference Data Notes to Users
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Historical Community Banking Reference Data - Provides a history of reporters for each year-end, beginning in December 1984 and ending in December 2012.
Historical Community Banking Reference Data Notes to Users
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Community Banking Structure Reference Data - Documents why each institution entered or exited the universe of reporters.
Community Banking Structure Reference Data Notes to Users
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Last Updated 05/09/2013 CommunityBanking@fdic.gov