Barclays Capital is taking orders from investors on at least one Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) structured note deal with two others on the way as the government moves to monetize at least $4 billion worth of product, according to hedge fund and investment bankers familiar with the matter.

Two offerings by Barclays — both private placements — are actively being discussed in the market: a $1.33 billion floating rate deal, and a $480 million fixed-rate transaction.

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