WASHINGTON — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. issued updated procedures Thursday for how troubled banks can get approval to making "golden-parachute" payments.
Under existing rules, a bank with a 4 or 5 Camels rating cannot make such payments to parties terminating their affiliation with the institution.
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