Treasury has now provided $158.6 billion in total to publicly-traded banks.
In return, the government is getting non-voting preferred stock.
Here are the banks getting the funding:
Bank of Commerce Holdings, Redding CA: $17 million
1st FS Corp, Hendersonville, NC: $16.4 million.
UCBN Holdings Inc, San Francisco, CA.: $298.7 million
Northern Trust Corp, Chicago, IL: $1.58 billion
SunTrust Banks Inc, Atlanta, GA.: $3.50 billion
Broadway Financial Corp, Los Angeles, CA: $9 million
Washington Federal Inc, Seattle, WA: $200 million
BB&T Corp, Winston-Salem, NC: $3.13 billion
Provident Bancshares Corp, Baltimore, MD: $151.5 million
Umpqua Holdings Corp, Portland, OR: $214.2 million
Comerica Inc, Dallas, TX: $2.25 billion
Regions Financial Corp, irmingham, AL: $3.50 billion
Capitol One Financial Corp, McLean, VA: $3.56 billion
First Horizon National Corp, Memphis, TN: $866.5 million
Huntington Bancshares, Columbus, OH: $1.40 billion
KeyCorp, Cleveland, OH: $2.50 billion
Valley National Bancorp, Wayne, NJ: $300 million
Zions Bancorporation, Salt Lake City, UT: $1.40 billion
Marshall & Ilsley Corp, Milwaukee, WI: $1.72 billion
U.S. Bancorp, Minneapolis, MN: $6.60 billion
TCF Financial Corp, Wayzata, MN: $361.2 million