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WASHINGTON — The FDIC Board recently approved the assumption of the insured deposits of Metropolitan Savings Bank in Pittsburgh, Pa. by Allegheny Valley Bank of Pittsburgh, Pa.

The Pennsylvania Department of Banking closed the approximately $15.8 million bank Feb. 2, the first FDIC-insured institution in the country to fail since June 25, 2004. Allegheny Valley has agreed to assume approximately $12.0 million of insured deposits of the failed bank. At the time of closure, Metropolitan Savings had approximately $1.2 million in deposits in 70 accounts that potentially exceed the federal deposit insurance limit.

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