WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. finalized a rule Thursday requiring institutions on Dec. 30 to prepay the next three years worth of deposit insurance premiums.

The prepayment, estimated to raise $45 billion for resolutions, is intended to provide needed cash for the FDIC as failures persist, while avoiding the pain for banks that would have resulted from another special assessment.

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