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Mr. John Anderlik M.

Assistant Director

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

550 17Th Street N.W.

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20429

United States

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Congress created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in 1933 to restore public confidence in the nation's banking system. The FDIC insures deposits at the nation's 8,305 banks and savings associations and it promotes the safety and soundness of thes... more

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Regional Manager, Division of Insurance and Research

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Regional Manager of the Regional Office

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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Sioux City Journal: Rural banks branching into Iowa cities

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Sixty-eight of Iowa's 99 counties lost population from 2000 to 2003, said John Anderlik, regional manager for the FDIC's Division of Insurance and Research.

He said there has been concern as rural Midwestern counties lost population, but the trend accelerated in 2000-2003, with Iowa seeing the most severe rural population losses.

FDIC official: Sprint-Nextel deal will raise area unemployment - 2005-01-05 - The Business Journal of Kansas City

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John Anderlik, regional manager of the FDIC's regional office in Kansas City, said he expects Sprint's work force to shrink 10 percent to 15 percent after the buyout's anticipated completion around midyear.

Sprint employs about 17,000 people in the Kansas City area and leads The Business Journal's list of the Top 100 area employers.
What Anderlik termed a "big cloud" cast by the Sprint-Nextel combination probably will constrain Kansas City's white-collar sector in 2005, he said during a teleconference with reporters.
But the rate of new industrial space absorption in Kansas City probably will slow after two strong quarters, Anderlik said.He predicted that Kansas City's industrial availability rate will rise during the coming year to 11.5 percent from 10.7 percent.


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"Farm income to farmland values have been improving over the past two years, because farm income has been so high," says John Anderlik of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., an expert on rural lending.

FDIC: Missouri, Kansas show economic strength - 2005-10-04

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John Anderlik, regional manager of the FDIC's division of insurance and research in Kansas City, said other job sectors in Kansas City and the rest of Missouri posted broad-based gains during the second quarter.Kansas had similar improvement in the quarter.

Both states' housing markets also were strong in the second quarter, Anderlik said.House prices rose more slowly than the national average during the year that ended June 30 -- by 7.7 percent in Missouri and 5 percent in Kansas.
Anderlik said this rate of appreciation mirrors job and income growth, so it's likely to be more sustainable than in areas where house prices have soared.

Moving to the city - 2005-02-07 - St. Louis Business Journal

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Several examples were cited by John Anderlik, regional manager, FDIC division of insurance and research in Kansas City.CBC Bank, with headquarters in Bowling Green, Mo., has two branches in the St. Louis area.The Bank of Bloomsdale, Mo., has had a branch here since 1994.Also running St. Louis-area branches are Bay-Hermann-Berger bank in Hermann, Mo.; Sun Security Bank in Ellington, Mo.; and Community State Bank of Bowling Green.

"What we're seeing throughout the Great Plains is that banks in rural areas, especially those with declining or stagnant populations, are finding it difficult to maintain and grow their assets and deposit bases to the extent that they feel would be healthy," Anderlik said."So what they're doing is pursuing strategies of looking to branch into more vibrant rural areas or 'micropolitan' counties -- counties with a city of at least 50,000 -- and into metropolitan counties, to achieve the type of growth that they think they need to be successful."
Competition on a level which, according to Anderlik, is "more fierce now that it has been in recorded history" for both rural and metropolitan banks, is what's driving the branching activities.
"Net interest margins have been on a steady decline for about 12 years now," he said."The trend has been steadily downward.Banks are fighting over a smaller and smaller pool of borrowers, and they're fighting over a smaller and smaller pool of depositors.And certainly the stock markets over the past 15 years have been a draw for funds that these banks used to be able to use quite well."
For the most part, Anderlik said, the tactic has been successful in terms of achieving the growth the banks were seeking.He cites the example of Commercial Bank of Gideon, Mo., (population 1,064), which opened or acquired three branches in Sikeston, Mo., and went from a $52 million bank to more than $100 million in one year.

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