Regulators have long been wary of banks luring deposits from outside their marketplace.

In June 1985, William Isaac, then chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., told a U.S. Senate subcommittee that "troubled banks are twice as likely as all banks as a group to hold significant amounts" of these funds.

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