Despite having private-equity commitments, the $2 billion-asset United Western Bank in Denver failed Friday.

The Denver thrift was the largest of four seized institutions that brought the year's total number of failures to seven. Regulators also closed banks in the Carolinas and Georgia in a busy night that also saw a shelf charter and a deposit insurance national bank utilized.

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