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There’s plenty of talk about the pent-up demand for distressed commercial assets, though few deals are trading. But the one place where there’s action-and a lot more expected-is at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. So far this year, about 100 banks have failed and their assets have reverted to the agency’s books. The FDIC has been steadily divesting those holdings through various means and deal structures. In its largest transaction to date, the agency agreed to sell a 40% stake in a group of Corus Bank’s troubled loans for $4.5 billion to a venture led by Starwood Capital Group last month.

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