Two banks in the Midwest were closed by regulators during the latter part of January. The Missouri Division of Finance closed the Bank of Leeton, Mo., on Jan. 22. Sunflower Bank, N.A., Salina, Kan., paid the FDIC a premium of 0.59 percent to assume the closed bank’s $20.4 million in deposits. The FDIC is retaining for later disposition the closed bank’s $20.1 million in assets.
The Bank of Leeton had one office, which is now a branch of Sunflower Bank . . .
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