Koll-Dove Global Disposition Services announced completion of the sale of $200 million in credit card and consumer loan accounts charged off by units of First Bank System, KeyCorp, PNC Bank Corp., and SunTrust Corp.

The deficient accounts included auto loans, signature loans, home equity loans and lines of credit, and MasterCard, Visa, corporate, and retail cards.

The company said the proceeds brought to more than $2.5 billion the amount of charged-off consumer debt and credit card accounts it had arranged the sale of in 1996. Koll-Dove said it remained the leading broker for this type of debt.

It said it expects sales to double this year, led by an increase in consumer loan chargeoffs.

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