Each of the 10 biggest Treasure Valley banks maintained their rankings in the latest market share report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., released June 30. Two bank mergers announced later will affect the Valley. The green pie slices reflect the first: Washington Federal, based in Seattle, will nearly triple its market share by buying all of Bank of America’s Idaho branches as part of a 51-branch purchase. Blue pie slices reflect the second: Banner Bank will move from being a fringe player in the market to the fourth largest after buying Nampa’s Home Federal Bank.
Each of the 10 biggest Treasure Valley banks maintained their rankings in the latest market share report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., released June 30. Two bank mergers announced later will affect the Valley. The green pie slices reflect the first: Washington Federal, based in Seattle, will nearly triple its market share by buying all of Bank of America’s Idaho branches as part of a 51-branch purchase. Blue pie slices reflect the second: Banner Bank will move from being a fringe player in the market to the fourth largest after buying Nampa’s Home Federal Bank. Source: FDIC Market Share Report
Each of the 10 biggest Treasure Valley banks maintained their rankings in the latest market share report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., released June 30. Two bank mergers announced later will affect the Valley. The green pie slices reflect the first: Washington Federal, based in Seattle, will nearly triple its market share by buying all of Bank of America’s Idaho branches as part of a 51-branch purchase. Blue pie slices reflect the second: Banner Bank will move from being a fringe player in the market to the fourth largest after buying Nampa’s Home Federal Bank. Source: FDIC Market Share Report

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