FDIC Eases Rules On Private Investment In Banks
Eighty-one banks have already gone under this year, compared to 25 in 2008, three in 2007 and zero in 2006. This has caused the FDIC's deposit insurance fund to shrink considerably and has prompted calls for private capital investments in the banking industry.
According to the policy statement, a failed bank buyer must maintain a capital commitment of at...
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