WASHINGTON — Pressure is growing on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to finalize rules governing private-equity ownership of banks as it stares down three likely failures.

The agency is rushing to finish the rules while juggling the expected closures of $25 billion-asset Colonial Bank, $14 billion-asset Guaranty Bank and $7 billion-asset Corus Bank.

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