The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. pressed institutions Tuesday to rein in risky funding strategies such as brokered deposits.

In a letter to state-chartered banks, the agency said healthy institutions using noncore liabilities to fund growth in risky ways should expect heightened attention from examiners and could face higher deposit insurance premiums.

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