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The FDIC may be inching away from the loss-share agreements it has employed to move out large portfolios of distressed loans from failed banks, but the private sector is likely to take a page from the federal agency’s playbook and replicate the structured sale model, said Greenberg Traurig shareholder Tom Galli during the recent “How to Find Success in Distress” webinar. The event was part of the GlobeSt.com Webinar Series. “This will be a part of the strategy for smaller and regional banks in their recapitalization efforts,” Galli said. He expects to see an increase in the volume of portfolios that lending institutions bring to market.

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