Star ratings are current as of 01/18/2022 .
Bank star ratings are based on 09/30/2021 financial data; credit union star ratings are based on 09/30/2021 financial data.
Downloadable reports on individual institutions as well as on groups of institutions are also available from the “Tell Me More” Button.
- Select a State. An alphabetical list of all institutions in that state will display below.
- Select by institution name. Begin typing and a list will appear with the institutions that match your input.
- If you know the FDIC Certificate Number or NCUA Charter Number, enter the unique number.
|STAR RATING DEFINITIONS:|
|Superior (These institutions are recommended by Bauer.)|
|Excellent (These institutions are recommended by Bauer.)|
|Our lowest rating|
|Start-up. Institutions that are too new to rate. (Obsolete beginning with June 30, 2018 financial data.)|
|Credit Unions that either: have less than $1.5 million in assets, are not NCUA insured or are too new to rate.|
|Institution has failed or is operating under regulatory conservatorship.|
|Financial data is compiled for U.S. banks and thrifts from call report data as reported to federal regulators. Although the financial data obtained from these sources is consistently reliable, the accuracy and completeness of the data cannot be guaranteed by BauerFinancial, Inc. CEO names and addresses are subject to change. While our staff makes every effort to ensure that these are current, the accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed by BauerFinancial.
All institutions are subject to federal regulatory capital requirements, but those requirements vary among institutions and are dependent on many factors. In general, banks are required to maintain a leverage capital ratio of at least 4%, a tier 1 risk-based capital ratio of at least 6% and a total risk-based capital ratio of at least 8%.
In addition to the capital ratio, other criteria are used to determine the BauerFinancial™ Star-Rating. Some of these include but are not limited to: profitability/loss trend, evaluating the level of delinquent loans, chargeoffs and repossessed assets, the market versus book value of the investment portfolio, regulatory supervisory agreements, the community reinvestment rating (CRA), historical data and liquidity.