After the FDIC decided - apparently - to give its people a few weeks off despite a backlog of several hundred banks, we finally have a another official bank failure: San Joaquin Bank in California. Every week the FDIC chooses to relax at home and not takeout banks costs the U.S. taxpayers another few hundred million dollars. But, as we noted yesterday, nobody seems to care about the government's wasteful ways.
San Joaquin Bank had $775 million of assets and $103 million of estimated losses (including a big loss-sharing agreement).
Link to the press release.
Sorry, but we just have to mention again how much we dislike the FDIC. Fuckers.