WASHINGTON — As institutions protest a one-time fee to the Deposit Insurance Fund, they also face more lasting premium changes designed to temper the expensive costs of recent failures.

The FDIC final rule released late last month targets brokered funds and Federal Home Loan Bank advances, which agency officials say have helped increase loss rates at failed banks.

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