WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is satisfied with Crossland Savings' first six months as a ward of the government, said Harrison Young, the FDIC's director of resolutions.

Crossland is closing branches, cutting staff, and selling assets - just as the FDIC expected Jan. 24 when it pumped $1.2 billion into the failing bank, Mr. Young said in an interview.

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