United Community Banks Inc. entered an agreement to sell $100 million of nonperforming loans to an asset manager in order to rid illiquid assets and create new capital as the bank continues to suffer from credit crunch.

The Georgia-based bank, with total assets of $8 billion, will sell some of its assets including certain nonperforming commercial and residential mortgage loans and other real estate properties to Fletcher International at book value without discount.

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