The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) next week will begin exploring investor appetite for $1 billion worth of mostly nonperforming whole loans that belonged to the now-defunct AmTrust Bank of Cleveland, market sources told National Mortgage News.

Normally, the agency lists asset sales on its Web site but because this offering is likely to be a "structured sale" there is presently no information available to the general public.

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