A teller counts the money from a till at the drive-through window just before Macon, Georgia-based Security Bank Corp.'s six bank subsidiaries were shut down in July 2009 after the bank's failure to meet adequate regulatory capital levels.
A teller counts the money from a till at the drive-through window just before Macon, Georgia-based Security Bank Corp.'s six bank subsidiaries were shut down in July 2009 after the bank's failure to meet adequate regulatory capital levels. Grant Blankenship/Macon Telegraph/MCT
A teller counts the money from a till at the drive-through window just before Macon, Georgia-based Security Bank Corp.'s six bank subsidiaries were shut down in July 2009 after the bank's failure to meet adequate regulatory capital levels. Grant Blankenship/Macon Telegraph/MCT

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