WASHINGTON - Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. examiners vigilantly supervised failed Pacific Thrift and Loan but had a hard time valuing its assets, the agency's top supervisor said Tuesday.

California regulators closed the $118 million-asset subprime lender last Friday at an estimated cost of $50 million to the Bank Insurance Fund, a huge loss relative to the bank's asset size. Pacific was the sixth bank to fail this year.

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