WASHINGTON — As the distressed-asset market begins to stabilize, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is shaking up the way it handles failed banks and their assets.
The vast majority of failed-bank resolutions to date have followed a pattern in which the FDIC sells the bank's assets and deposits to another bank and pledges to cover the bulk of the buyer's losses.
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