WASHINGTON — A Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. plan to restrict securitizations is drawing intense opposition from bankers, who claim it would damage the secondary market.

In a December proposal, the agency said it was considering imposing conditions to protect securitized assets from FDIC seizure after a bank failure, including a "skin in the game" requirement, a minimum hold period for underlying loans and limits on the number of tranches.

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