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Hamilton Bank - Receivership Balance Sheet Summary (Unaudited)

Fund Code: 4650
Failure Date: 01/11/02
For Period Ending December 31,  2009
(in $000's)
Assets Current
Balance
Cash / Investments $ 8,104
Assets in Liquidation 2,707
Estimated Loss on Assets in Liquidation (1) (1,084)
Total Assets $ 9,727
Liabilities Current
Balance
Administrative Liabilities $ 983
FDIC Subrogated Deposit Claim 118,761
Uninsured Deposit Claims 5,350
Other Claimants 12,612
Liabilities at Inception - Unproven 2,747
Total Liabilities (2) $ 140,453
Net Worth (Deficit) (130,726)
Total Liabilities and Net Worth $ 9,727
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Proven Deposit Claims Claim
Balance
%
FDIC Subrogated Claim $ 1,027,389 96%
Uninsured Depositors 46,286 4%
SubTotal - Proven Deposit Claims $ 1,073,675 100%
Less: Dividends Paid to Date 949,564 88%
Total Unpaid Deposit Claims $ 124,111 12%
Other Claimants Claim
Balance
%
General Creditor $ 12,612 100%
Senior Debt Holders 0 0%
Subordinated Debt Holders 0 0%
SubTotal - Other Claimants $ 12,612 100%
Less: Dividends Paid to Date 0 0%
Total Unpaid Other Claimants $ 12,612 100%
(1) Valuation of Assets/Loss Allowances: Assets of the receivership are shown at values representing cash on deposit or the book value of amounts invested; the principal balance of loans, notes, other debt instruments or receivables (note that interest on these assets is not accrued after failure but is recognized when received); the foreclosed value of real and/or personal property or the book value of assets (cost less depreciation or amortization through date of the institutionís failure); and the historical cost of the net investment in subsidiaries, partnerships or joint ventures, adjusted where appropriate to reflect the receivershipís portion of the underlying net earnings or losses. An Estimated Loss on Assets is provided when anticipated future asset disposition proceeds, including associated expenses, are less than recorded amounts. Future asset disposition proceeds are generally estimated by determining, via sampling or recent disposition activity, the recovery rates for similar assets across all receiverships. However, actual recovery rates for this receivership may differ according to the quality and type of individual asset, as well as over time with changing market conditions. Accordingly, the gains or losses ultimately realized for this receivership will likely vary from amounts estimated.
(2) The Total Liabilities line item reflects those actual and accrued liabilities recorded on the accounting records of this receivership as of the date of this report. The Total Liabilities line item may not include other liabilities arising from Estimated Interest on Claims and Income Taxes, as these liabilities may not be recognized as of the report date, in accordance with current receivership accounting practices.
 
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