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Edith S. Gray

Senior Examiner

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

HQ Phone:  (617) 973-3000

Direct Phone: (214) ***-****direct phone

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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

600 Atlantic Ave

Boston, Massachusetts,02210

United States

Company Description

As part of the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes sound growth and financial stability in New England and the nation. The Bank contributes to local communities, the region, and the nation through its high-quality research, regul... more.

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Senior Examiner

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas


Senior Ombudsman Specialist and Risk Management Examiner

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


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www.greenvilleonline.com

Edith Gray, a spokeswoman for the FDIC, said, "The problems here arose from commercial real estate loans and acquisition and development lending and the economy.
"With the soft real estate market we are in, a lot of those loans were not able to be repaid which consequently caused the bank's capital to be eroded," Gray said. Friday night, the closed bank was abuzz with activity, as officers from the FDIC carried in boxes of computers that Gray said would be used to complete the transaction.


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On Monday, La Jolla Bank's branches will open as OneWest, and depositors should see no difference in service, said Edith Gray, a spokeswoman for the FDIC, who was in Rancho Santa Fe Friday.
Gray said the bank may also have also been making fraudulent loans, but she said she couldn't elaborate further. A spokesman for the Office of Thrift Supervision, which would oversee a fraud investigation, declined to comment. The closure itself went smoothly, Gray said. Many of the bank's employees have stayed on to work with regulators through the weekend. Officials have to wrap up any outstanding transactions in all branches to ensure an easy transition to OneWest. Even at the start, employees took the entrance of regulators calmly. "There was no drama," Gray said. "It's been a very smooth transition."


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