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In the years after the financial crisis, as banks were collapsing left and right, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. agreed to cover losses tied to the sale of many failed institutions. Today, loss-share portfolios are shrinking, decreasing by 80% from early 2011, to $18.8 billion at March 31, as many banks negotiate early terminations of their FDIC agreements. Here are some notable banks that got out of their pacts.