As of late Sunday night, First Republic Bank was still owned by itself. That ended Monday morning when the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation closed the institution and sold it to JP Morgan Chase Bank.

This will be the third forced shutdown or sell-off of a U.S. bank in about six weeks. Here’s how it happened.

Erik Sherman



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