It appears that Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Donna Tanoue is on her way out, as President-elect Bush brings in his new brigade.

In the securitization world, Tanoue is best known for her position against subprime lending - which was never quite defined, but always somewhat negative - and her proposal for residual-valuation reform, a source said.

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