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What banks are in Washington State?

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Some of the top banks in Washington State are the 1st Security Bank of Washington, First Savings Bank Northwest, Sound Community Bank and Commerce Bank of Washington. These are the banks with the largest assets, ranging between $490 million and $931 million in assets.

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There are also many state-chartered banks in Washington State in a list provided by the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions. The website puts them in alphabetical order, including dozens of different banks. Some examples of state-chartered banks in the state are the Bank of Fairfield in Fairfield, Washington; Mountain Pacific Bank in Everett, Washington; and Olympia Federal Savings and Loan Association in Olympia, Washington.

In order to find the FDIC-insured banks in Washington State, there is a website called FDIC.gov that is helpful. To find a local FDIC bank, enter as much or as little criteria as desired in the online tool. Some criteria that can be entered in the tool are the FDIC certification number, institution status or name, ZIP code or the city and state, and the established date range. There are also other selections to filter the search results, including the institution type, size or performance, bank charter class, chartering agency or federal regulator. Other criteria include the metropolitan statistical area, FDIC geographic region and the FDIC field office.

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