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Federal agency orders Ideal Federal Bank to find a buyer

From the Baltimore Sun, March 11, 2010 by Jamie Smith Hopkins

"Ideal Federal Savings Bank has until March 31 to find a buyer, a deadline set by the Office of Thrift Supervision after the federal agency determined the small Baltimore institution was undercapitalized.

The bank — which opened in 1920 to combat rampant discrimination in lending — is one of the oldest continuously operated black-owned businesses in the country, according to Creative Investment Research, an analyst of minority and women-owned banks."

See: http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2010-03-11/business/bal-idea-bank-0311_1_federal-agency-women-owned-creative-investment-research

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