The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. heard feedback Monday from private-equity players on the agency's controversial standards for failed-bank investments.

The nonpublic meeting was part of the FDIC's plans to assess the impact of the private-equity guidelines six months after their issuance. The rules have drawn heavy criticism from investors who say the policy is too onerous, and blame it for the dearth of failed-bank deals involving private equity.

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