Four small banks totaling $730 million in assets were closed late Friday on a relatively light evening for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
State regulators shuttered $336 million-asset 1st Pacific Bank of California in San Diego, $243 million-asset The Bank of Bonifay in Bonifay, Fla., $120 million-asset Towne Bank of Arizona in Mesa, and $32 million-asset Access Bank in Champlin, Minn.
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