The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sold $761.4 million of securities backed by commercial real estate loans that were originated by failed institutions.

The issue, the first ever by the FDIC, consists of $264 million of floating-rate class I certificates and $497.4 million of fixed rate class II certificates. The guaranty will be limited to a maximum of 32.5% of the principal amount of the collateral outstanding.

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