It appears likely that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is taking a closer look at what's called an accrued interest receivable', which is a subordinated receivable generated throughout the life of credit card securitizations.

An accrued interest receivable describes yet-to-be-collected interest and finance charges owed to the credit card company by the borrower, which is used as credit enhancement for the senior notes, sources said.

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