Seidman Says Early Closings Would Raise Cost to U.S.

WASHINGTON -- A provision in the banking reform bill requiring regulators to shut down undercapitalized banks would have cost the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. up to $2.1 billion had it been in effect since 1986, according to FDIC Chairman L. William Seidman.

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