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Is the FDIC a Predatory Lender Too?

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Federal Insurance Deposit Corporation (FDIC), rather than being a white knight chartered to protect the assets of depositers, may have engaged in the same risky subprime lending practices that have led to the real estate economic crisis in the U.S.

In the early 2000s, the FDIC was supervising (= running) the operations of Illinois-based Superior Bank, FSB. During its oversight period, about $550 million worth of subprime loans were written, many of which have subsequently defaulted. Beal Bank, SSB bought a portfolio of those loans and has since then filed suit, claiming that many of the loans were improperly funded.

The FDIC’s most recent take over is Pasadena-based IndyMac.

Read the Full Article in the Mortgage News Daily.

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