Even as it looks as if the fraud-related troubles at First National Bank of Keystone may drag on for years, a new rule proposed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. likely means the bank's securitized assets should remain safely in the hands of their buyers, according to a senior official at the FDIC

Further, the official added that the outstanding high loan-to-value mortgage collateral the bank was known for securitizing either will stay with the FDIC until a buyer for the collateral can be found, or may be securitized by the FDIC itself.

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