The Chicago bank that provides currency exchange services throughout O'Hare International Airport kept such sloppy records that examiners could not tell whether it was solvent, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. says.

Highland Community Bank engaged in practices that were "likely to cause insolvency or significant dissipation" of its assets and earnings, the FDIC said in a cease-and-desist order. It instructed the Highland Community Co. subsidiary to straighten out its books.

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