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Regulator Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) exercised its equity rights in First Citizens BancShares Inc and New York Community Bancorp Inc as part of the deals to rescue failed lenders Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. The equity right to purchase $500 million in First Citizens was exercised on March 28, according to a filing on Friday. A spokesperson for the regulator confirmed FDIC also exercised its option to acquire shares of New York Community Bancorp.
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