Subprime lender United Companies Financial Corp. said Monday it would file for bankruptcy protection and sell 36 of its 200 offices and Ginger Mae, its bank-partnership subsidiary.

Greenwich Capital Financial Products Inc. and The CIT Group/Business Credit Inc. will provide $500 million in debtor-in-possession financing and a warehouse facility, United Companies said. The company said Greenwich would buy its home equity loans.

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