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North State profit takes a hit from FDIC fees

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The corporate parent of North State Bank posted a 23 percent lower profit in the second quarter because of higher FDIC payments.

The Raleigh-based bank announced this afternoon that it posted a second-quarter profit of $493,000, down from $643,000 a year ago.

Profit from operations actually was higher than a year ago, said CEO Larry Barbour, but was depressed by a big increase, or $527,000, in payments to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The FDIC is charging higher insurance premiums and recently levied a a special assessment against all banks to shore up its insurance fund, which has been depleted by a wave of bank failures.

“I’m pleased that we can afford that and still be pretty dang profitable,” Barbour said.

The company also increased its provision for future loan losses by $228,000, or 34 percent.

North State had assets of $711.2 million as of June 30. It has seven branches in Wake and New Hanover Counties.

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Assistant Business Editor Alan M. Wolf joined the N&O in 1999 covering the business of health care. He became an editor in 2001, and helps oversee the paper's daily business coverage and Sunday Work&Money section. He lives in Clayton with his wife and two children. Reach him at 919-829-4572 or e-mail him.
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