Richard Kraemer is about to get a big raise.

Mr. Kraemer, 49, is the man the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. picked to run Crossland Federal Savings Bank when it nationalized the Brooklyn thrift in January 1992. He signed on for $200,000 a year, plus a $100,000 bonus.

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