It Wasn't Perfect, But the FDIC Handled NextBank Failure Well

October 2002
American Banker;10/18/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 200, p9
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Focuses on how the U.S. Federal Deposit Corp. has handled the failure of NextBank. Overview of NextBank Co.; Reason for the failure of NextBank; Legal operations involved during the trials of NextBank.


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