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Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation

Each depositor insured to at least $250,000 per insured bank

Financial Asset Sales

Qualification Process

If you are interested in participating in FDIC sales of Other Financial Assets (which include structured sales of loans and sales of securities), you will be required to meet certain criteria and to be qualified. Learn more

Smaller Dollar/Geographically Focused Pools in Structured Transactions

This notice is provided for information purposes only to alert individuals or business entities that may be interested in participating as a bidder or a member of a consortium of bidders in structured transactions formed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC") in its capacity as Receiver for failed depository institutions. Learn more

FDIC Structured Transaction Fact Sheet

In the early 1990s, the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) and the FDIC entered into a number of joint ventures or partnerships with the private-sector to facilitate the disposition of an unprecedented number of assets held by the RTC or FDIC as receiver or conservator for numerous failed banks and thrifts. Learn more

Structured Transaction FAQs

As the term is used by the FDIC, “Structured Transactions” are joint ventures or partnerships between the FDIC as receiver for failed financial institutions and private sector entities, which are designed to facilitate the disposition of selected assets from failed banks and thrifts. Learn more

Structured Transactions (LLC) Data Specifications (version 1.2) and Report Forms

FDIC structured transactions include both Single Family Deals and Non-Single Family/Commercial Deals. Learn more

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