The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) late Friday sold $400 million worth of securities as part of a pilot MBS aimed at clearing out billions of dollars of performing loans at receiverships.

The investors in three tranches were not named by the agency. The FDIC said the bidders "represented a wide variety of organizations" that paid par for the senior certificates.

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