Regulators shut down South Carolina's only minority- owned bank over the weekend and sold its deposits and some assets to African-American investors.

Victory State Bank, a $14 million-asset, one-office institution in Columbia, had a capital ratio of less than 2% when it was closed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. According to the FDIC, the bank was beset by "excessive insider compensation" and bad loans.

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