The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) recently finalized its Safe Harbor that protects the assets that are transferred to bank-sponsored securitization vehicles from a financial institution's FDIC receivership.

The rating agencies had previously said that the proposed rule had provisions that were hard to comply with, making it uncertain whether the Safe Harbor would be applicable if a bank were to fail.

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