Community Reinvestment Act Ratings and Performance Evaluation Public Summaries
Banking institutions subject to New York State CRA are assessed once every 24 to 36 months, except institutions with total assets below $250 million and rated "Satisfactory" or "Outstanding" in their most recent CRA examination performed by the Department generally will be examined once every 48 or 60 months, respectively. The Department prepares a written report summarizing the results of each assessment and assigns to each institution a numerical CRA rating based on a 1 to 4 scoring system, representing a performance assessment as follows:
1 = Outstanding record of meeting community credit needs;
2 = Satisfactory record of meeting community credit needs;
3 = Needs to improve record of meeting community credit needs;
4 = Substantial noncompliance in meeting community credit needs.
The following chart identifies the ratings for banking institutions subject to New York State CRA. To view the public summary of an institution's CRA performance evaluation, simply click on the rating for that institution below. For additional information on recent or upcoming exams see our most recent CRA Examination Schedule.