A Southwest Chicago community bank was slapped with a rare "substantial noncompliance" community reinvestment rating by federal regulators for failing to serve the Hispanic and Polish residents of its community.

Archer National Bank of Chicago received the rating, the worst possible in a CRA exam, in May, but it was not made public by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency until last week.

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