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Hedge Funds Outwit FDIC in Fight for Failed-Bank Assets

Financial Planning News

Wed, 17 Jul 2013

Hedge funds have beaten the FDIC in a series of legal disputes over the assets of bankrupt holding companies, exposing a serious flaw in the regulator's system for recovering value from failed institutions.

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