The struggling Irwin Financial Corp. is selling branches and loans to buy time as it negotiates with the government to come to its rescue.

The $4 billion-asset Columbus, Ind., company, which desperately needs capital, said last week that it had sold $190 million of commercial loans and three branches near Indianapolis.

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