WASHINGTON — For the second Friday in a row, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. relied on new-bank capital to find homes for the operations of failed institutions.
On a night when regulators closed six banks, the FDIC sold one to a newly chartered institution in Georgia, and the private-equity team that took over a failed Miami bank last week struck again, buying another failed bank in Florida.
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