Wilmington Trust Corp. announced Friday that it expects to report lower-than-anticipated second-quarter results.

The Delaware company, which is set to report July 24, cited an expected 83.1% increase in its loan-loss provision, to approximately $54 million from the previous quarter; an expected pretax charge of about $23 million for other-than-temporary impairments on pooled trust-preferred securities; and an assessment by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. of about $5 million.

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