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When the FDIC Takes Over a Failed Bank: Business Pitfalls and Opportunities

Posted in Construction Finance and Insolvency, D'Oench, Duhme, FDIC & Bank Failures

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In our quarterly newsletter yesterday, my firm published When the FDIC Takes Over a Failed Bank: Business Pitfalls and Opportunities.  It’s a brief introduction to how the FDIC taking over a bank affects:

  • The failed bank’s borrowers (including owners with construction loans and design professionals and contractors with revolving lines of credit)
     
  • The customers of those borrowers
     
  • The businesses who buy loans from the receivership estates of failed banks   

The newsletter also includes additional articles that will interest you too, among them:

  • Landlords in the Lurch: Tips for Discouraging Tenant Defaults
     
  • Finding Optimism in the Private Equity and Venture Capital Markets
     
  • Health Care Reform: Where Do We Go from Here?
     
  • The New Art of Selling (Without Selling)