Purchase And Assumption Agreement

PURCHASE AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT WHOLE BANK ALL DEPOSITS AMONG FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, RECEIVER OF MIDWEST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ELMWOOD PARK, ILLINOIS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION and FIRSTMERIT BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ...

Exhibit 2.1
WHOLE BANK
ALL DEPOSITS
AMONG
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION,
RECEIVER OF MIDWEST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
ELMWOOD PARK, ILLINOIS
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
and
FIRSTMERIT BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
DATED AS OF
MAY 14, 2010

 


 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
         
ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS
    1  
 
       
ARTICLE II ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES
    8  
 
       
2.1 Liabilities Assumed by Assuming Institution
    8  
2.2 Interest on Deposit Liabilities
    10  
2.3 Unclaimed Deposits
    10  
2.4 Employee Plans
    11  
 
       
ARTICLE III PURCHASE OF ASSETS
    11  
 
       
3.1 Assets Purchased by Assuming Institution
    11  
3.2 Asset Purchase Price
    11  
3.3 Manner of Conveyance; Limited Warranty; Nonrecourse; Etc
    12  
3.4 Puts of Assets to the Receiver
    13  
3.5 Assets Not Purchased by Assuming Institution
    15  
3.6 Assets Essential to Receiver
    16  
 
       
ARTICLE IV ASSUMPTION OF CERTAIN DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS
    17  
 
       
4.1 Continuation of Banking Business
    17  
4.2 Agreement with Respect to Credit Card Business
    17  
4.3 Agreement with Respect to Safe Deposit Business
    18  
4.4 Agreement with Respect to Safekeeping Business
    18  
4.5 Agreement with Respect to Trust Business
    18  
4.6 Agreement with Respect to Bank Premises
    19  
4.7 Agreement with Respect to Leased Data Processing Equipment
    22  
4.8 Agreement with Respect to Certain Existing Agreements
    23  
4.9 Informational Tax Reporting
    24  
4.10 Insurance
    24  
4.11 Office Space for Receiver and Corporation
    24  
4.12 Agreement with Respect to Continuation of Group Health Plan Coverage for Former Employees
    25  
4.13 Agreement with Respect to Interim Asset Servicing
    26  
4.14 Reserved
    26  
4.15 Agreement with Respect to Loss Sharing
    26  

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ARTICLE V DUTIES WITH RESPECT TO DEPOSITORS OF THE FAILED BANK
    26  
 
       
5.1 Payment of Checks, Drafts and Orders
    26  
5.2 Certain Agreements Related to Deposits
    26  
5.3 Notice to Depositors
    26  
 
       
ARTICLE VI RECORDS
    27  
 
       
6.1 Transfer of Records
    27  
6.2 Delivery of Assigned Records
    28  
6.3 Preservation of Records
    28  
6.4 Access to Records; Copies
    28  
 
       
ARTICLE VII BID; INITIAL PAYMENT
    28  
 
       
ARTICLE VIII ADJUSTMENTS
    29  
 
       
8.1 Pro Forma Statement
    29  
8.2 Correction of Errors and Omissions; Other Liabilities
    29  
8.3 Payments
    30  
8.4 Interest
    30  
8.5 Subsequent Adjustments
    30  
 
       
ARTICLE IX CONTINUING COOPERATION
    30  
 
       
9.1 General Matters
    30  
9.2 Additional Title Documents
    30  
9.3 Claims and Suits
    30  
9.4 Payment of Deposits
    31  
9.5 Withheld Payments
    31  
9.6 Proceedings with Respect to Certain Assets and Liabilities
    32  
9.7 Information
    32  
 
       
ARTICLE X CONDITION PRECEDENT
    32  
 
       
ARTICLE XI REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF THE ASSUMING INSTITUTION
    33  
 
       
ARTICLE XII INDEMNIFICATION
    34  
 
       
12.1 Indemnification of Indemnitees
    34  
12.2 Conditions Precedent to Indemnification
    37  
12.3 No Additional Warranty
    37  
12.4 Indemnification of Corporation and Receiver
    38  
12.5 Obligations Supplemental
    38  

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12.6 Criminal Claims
    38  
12.7 Limited Guaranty of the Corporation
    38  
12.8 Subrogation
    39  
 
       
ARTICLE XIII MISCELLANEOUS
    39  
 
       
13.1 Entire Agreement
    39  
13.2 Headings
    39  
13.3 Counterparts
    39  
13.4 Governing Law
    39  
13.5 Successors
    39  
13.6 Modification; Assignment
    40  
13.7 Notice
    40  
13.8 Manner of Payment
    41  
13.9 Costs, Fees and Expenses
    41  
13.10 Waiver
    41  
13.11 Severability
    41  
13.12 Term of Agreement
    41  
13.13 Survival of Covenants, Etc.
    41  
 
       
SCHEDULES
       
 
       
2.1 Certain Liabilities Assumed
    43  
2.1(a) Excluded Deposit Liability Accounts
    44  
3.1 Certain Assets Purchased
    45  
3.2 Purchase Price of Assets or Assets
    46  
3.5(l) Excluded Securities
    48  
4.15A Single Family Shared-Loss Loans
    49  
4.15B Commercial Shared-Loss Share Loans
    50  
4.15C Shared-Loss Securities
    51  
7 Calculation of Deposit Premium
    52  
 
       
EXHIBITS
       
 
       
2.3A Final Notice Letter
    53  
2.3B Affidavit of Mailing
    55  
4.13 Interim Asset Servicing Arrangement
    58  
4.15A Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement
    60  
4.15B Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement
    101  

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WHOLE BANK
ALL DEPOSITS
     THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into as of the 14th day of May, 2010, by and among the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, RECEIVER of MIDWEST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ELMWOOD PARK, ILLINOIS (the “Receiver” ), FIRSTMERIT BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, organized under the laws of the United States of America, and having its principal place of business in AKRON, OHIO (the “Assuming Institution” ), and the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, organized under the laws of the United States of America and having its principal office in Washington, D.C., acting in its corporate capacity (the “Corporation” ).
WITNESSETH:
     WHEREAS, on Bank Closing, the Chartering Authority closed Midwest Bank and Trust Company (the “Failed Bank” ) pursuant to applicable law and the Corporation was appointed Receiver thereof; and
     WHEREAS, the Assuming Institution desires to purchase certain assets and assume certain deposit and other liabilities of the Failed Bank on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement; and
     WHEREAS, pursuant to 12 U.S.C. Section 1823(c)(2)(A), the Corporation may provide assistance to the Assuming Institution to facilitate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, which assistance may include indemnification pursuant to Article XII; and
     WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Corporation (the “Board” ) has determined to provide assistance to the Assuming Institution on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in this Agreement; and
     WHEREAS, the Board has determined pursuant to 12 U.S.C. Section 1823(c)(4)(A) that such assistance is necessary to meet the obligation of the Corporation to provide insurance coverage for the insured deposits in the Failed Bank.
     NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises herein set forth and other valuable consideration, the parties hereto agree as follows:
ARTICLE I
DEFINITIONS
     Capitalized terms used in this Agreement shall have the meanings set forth in this Article I, or elsewhere in this Agreement. As used herein, words imparting the singular include the plural and vice versa.

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          Accounting Recordsmeans the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers and supporting schedules which support the general ledger balances.
          Acquired Subsidiariesmeans Subsidiaries of the Failed Bank acquired pursuant to Section 3.1.
          Affiliateof any Person means any director, officer, or employee of that Person and any other Person (i) who is directly or indirectly controlling, or controlled by, or under direct or indirect common control with, such Person, or (ii) who is an affiliate of such Person as the term “affiliate” is defined in Section 2 of the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, 12 U.S.C. Section 1841.
          Agreementmeans this Purchase and Assumption Agreement by and among the Assuming Institution, the Corporation and the Receiver, as amended or otherwise modified from time to time.
          Assetsmeans all assets of the Failed Bank purchased pursuant to Section 3.1. Assets owned by Subsidiaries of the Failed Bank are not “Assets” within the meaning of this definition.
          Assumed Depositsmeans Deposits.
          Bank Closingmeans the close of business of the Failed Bank on the date on which the Chartering Authority closed such institution.
          Bank Premisesmeans the banking houses, drive-in banking facilities, and teller facilities (staffed or automated) together with adjacent parking, storage and service facilities and structures connecting remote facilities to banking houses, and land on which the foregoing are located, and unimproved land that are owned or leased by the Failed Bank and that have formerly been utilized, are currently utilized, or are intended to be utilized in the future by the Failed Bank as shown on the Accounting Record of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing.
          Bid Amounthas the meaning provided in Article VII.
          Bid Valuation Datemeans March 2, 2010.
          Book Valuemeans, with respect to any Asset and any Liability Assumed, the dollar amount thereof stated on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank. The Book Value of any item shall be determined as of Bank Closing after adjustments made by the Receiver for differences in accounts, suspense items, unposted debits and credits, and other similar adjustments or corrections and for setoffs, whether voluntary or involuntary. The Book Value of a Subsidiary of the Failed Bank acquired by the Assuming Institution shall be determined from the investment in subsidiary and related accounts on the “ bank only ” (unconsolidated) balance sheet of the Failed Bank based on the equity method of accounting. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, (i) the Book Value of a Liability Assumed shall include all accrued and unpaid interest thereon as of Bank Closing, and (ii) the Book Value of a Loan shall reflect

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adjustments for earned interest, or unearned interest (as it relates to the “rule of 78s” or add-on-interest loans, as applicable), if any, as of Bank Closing, adjustments for the portion of earned or unearned loan-related credit life and/or disability insurance premiums, if any, attributable to the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing, and adjustments for Failed Bank Advances, if any, in each case as determined for financial reporting purposes. The Book Value of an Asset shall not include any adjustment for loan premiums, discounts or any related deferred income, fees or expenses, or general or specific reserves on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank. For Shared-Loss Securities, Book Value means the value of the security provided in the Information Package.
          Business Daymeans a day other than a Saturday, Sunday, Federal legal holiday or legal holiday under the laws of the State where the Failed Bank is located, or a day on which the principal office of the Corporation is closed.
          Chartering Authoritymeans (i) with respect to a national bank, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, (ii) with respect to a Federal savings association or savings bank, the Office of Thrift Supervision, (iii) with respect to a bank or savings institution chartered by a State, the agency of such State charged with primary responsibility for regulating and/or closing banks or savings institutions, as the case may be, (iv) the Corporation in accordance with 12 U.S.C. Section 1821(c), with regard to self appointment, or (v) the appropriate Federal banking agency in accordance with 12 U.S.C. 1821(c)(9).
          Commitmentmeans the unfunded portion of a line of credit or other commitment reflected on the books and records of the Failed Bank to make an extension of credit (or additional advances with respect to a Loan) that was legally binding on the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing, other than extensions of credit pursuant to the credit card business and overdraft protection plans of the Failed Bank, if any.
          Credit Documentsmean the agreements, instruments, certificates or other documents at any time evidencing or otherwise relating to, governing or executed in connection with or as security for, a Loan, including without limitation notes, bonds, loan agreements, letter of credit applications, lease financing contracts, banker’s acceptances, drafts, interest protection agreements, currency exchange agreements, repurchase agreements, reverse repurchase agreements, guarantees, deeds of trust, mortgages, assignments, security agreements, pledges, subordination or priority agreements, lien priority agreements, undertakings, security instruments, certificates, documents, legal opinions, participation agreements and intercreditor agreements, and all amendments, modifications, renewals, extensions, rearrangements, and substitutions with respect to any of the foregoing.
          Credit Filemeans all Credit Documents and all other credit, collateral, or insurance documents in the possession or custody of the Assuming Institution, or any of its Subsidiaries or Affiliates, relating to an Asset or a Loan included in a Put Notice, or copies of any thereof.
          Data Processing Leasemeans any lease or licensing agreement, binding on the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing, the subject of which is data processing equipment or computer hardware or software used in connection with data processing activities. A lease or

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licensing agreement for computer software used in connection with data processing activities shall constitute a Data Processing Lease regardless of whether such lease or licensing agreement also covers data processing equipment.
          Depositmeans a deposit as defined in 12 U.S.C. Section 1813(l), including without limitation, outstanding cashier’s checks and other official checks and all uncollected items included in the depositors’ balances and credited on the books and records of the Failed Bank; provided, that the term “Deposit” shall not include all or any portion of those deposit balances which, in the discretion of the Receiver or the Corporation, (i) may be required to satisfy it for any liquidated or contingent liability of any depositor arising from an unauthorized or unlawful transaction, or (ii) may be needed to provide payment of any liability of any depositor to the Failed Bank or the Receiver, including the liability of any depositor as a director or officer of the Failed Bank, whether or not the amount of the liability is or can be determined as of Bank Closing.
          Deposit Secured Loanmeans a loan in which the only collateral securing the loan is Assumed Deposits or deposits at other insured depository institutions
          Failed Bank Advancesmeans the total sums paid by the Failed Bank to (i) protect its lien position, (ii) pay ad valorem taxes and hazard insurance, and (iii) pay credit life insurance, accident and health insurance, and vendor’s single interest insurance.
          Fair Market Valuemeans (i)(a) “Market Value” as defined in the regulation prescribing the standards for real estate appraisals used in federally related transactions, 12 C.F.R. § 323.2(g), and accordingly shall mean the most probable price which a property should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller each acting prudently and knowledgeably, and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus. Implicit in this definition is the consummation of a sale as of a specified date and the passing of title from seller to buyer under conditions whereby:
(1) Buyer and seller are typically motivated;
(2) Both parties are well informed or well advised, and acting in what they consider their own best interests;
(3) A reasonable time is allowed for exposure in the open market;
(4) Payment is made in terms of cash in U.S. dollars or in terms of financial arrangements comparable thereto; and
(5) The price represents the normal consideration for the property sold unaffected by special or creative financing or sales concessions granted by anyone associated with the sale;
as determined as of Bank Closing by an appraiser chosen by the Assuming Institution from a list of acceptable appraisers provided by the Receiver; any costs and fees associated with such determination shall be shared equally by the Receiver and the Assuming Institution, and (b) which, with respect to Bank Premises (to the extent, if any, that Bank Premises are purchased utilizing this valuation method), shall be determined not later than sixty (60) days after Bank Closing by an appraiser selected by the Receiver and the Assuming Institution within seven (7)

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days after Bank Closing; or (ii) with respect to property other than Bank Premises purchased utilizing this valuation method, the price therefore as established by the Receiver and agreed to by the Assuming Institution, or in the absence of such agreement, as determined in accordance with clause (i)(a) above.
          “First Loss Tranche” means the amount of loss the Assuming Institution shall absorb prior to the commencement of loss sharing and it must be stated as zero or a positive number. The First Loss Tranche bid is expressed as a percentage of the Book Value of Assets covered by loss sharing. The First Loss Tranche must be a positive number.
          “Fixtures” means those leasehold improvements, additions, alterations and installations constituting all or a part of Bank Premises and which were acquired, added, built, installed or purchased at the expense of the Failed Bank, regardless of the holder of legal title thereto as of Bank Closing.
          Furniture and Equipmentmeans the furniture and equipment, other than motor vehicles, leased or owned by the Failed Bank and reflected on the books of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing and located on or at Bank Premises, including without limitation automated teller machines, carpeting, furniture, office machinery (including personal computers), shelving, office supplies, telephone, surveillance, security systems and artwork. Motor vehicles shall be considered other assets and pass at Book Value. Furniture and equipment located at a storage facility not adjacent to a Bank Premises are excluded from this definition.
          Indemniteesmeans, except as provided in paragraph (11) of Section 12.1(b), (i) the Assuming Institution, (ii) the Subsidiaries and Affiliates of the Assuming Institution other than any Subsidiaries or Affiliates of the Failed Bank that are or become Subsidiaries or Affiliates of the Assuming Institution, and (iii) the directors, officers, employees and agents of the Assuming Institution and its Subsidiaries and Affiliates who are not also present or former directors, officers, employees or agents of the Failed Bank or of any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank.
          Information Packagemeans the most recent compilation of financial and other data with respect to the Failed Bank, including any amendments or supplements thereto, provided to the Assuming Institution by the Corporation on the web site used by the Corporation to market the Failed Bank to potential acquirers.
          Initial Paymentmeans the payment made pursuant to Article VII (based on the best information available as of the Bank Closing Date), the amount of which shall be either (i) if the Bid Amount is positive, the aggregate Book Value of the Liabilities Assumed minus the sum of the aggregate purchase price of the Assets and assets purchased and the positive Bid Amount, or (ii) if the Bid Amount is negative, the sum of the aggregate Book Value of the Liabilities Assumed and the negative Bid Amount minus the aggregate purchase price of the Assets and assets purchased. The Initial Payment shall be payable by the Corporation to the Assuming Bank if (i) the Liabilities Assumed are greater than the sum of the positive Bid Amount and the Assets and assets purchased, or if (ii) the sum of the Liabilities Assumed and the

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negative Bid Amount are greater than the Assets and assets purchased. The Initial Payment shall be payable by the Assuming Bank to the Corporation if (i) the Liabilities Assumed are less than the sum of the positive Bid Amount and the Assets and assets purchased, or if (ii) the sum of the Liabilities Assumed and the negative Bid Amount is less than the Assets and assets purchased. Such Initial Payment shall be subject to adjustment as provided in Article VIII.
          Legal Balancemeans the amount of indebtedness legally owed by an Obligor with respect to a Loan, including principal and accrued and unpaid interest, late fees, attorneys’ fees and expenses, taxes, insurance premiums, and similar charges, if any.
          Liabilities Assumedhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1.
           Lienmeans any mortgage, lien, pledge, charge, assignment for security purposes, security interest, or encumbrance of any kind with respect to an Asset, including any conditional sale agreement or capital lease or other title retention agreement relating to such Asset.
          Loansmeans all of the following owed to or held by the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing:
          (i) loans (including loans which have been charged off the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank in whole or in part prior to and including the Bid Valuation Date), participation agreements, interests in participations, overdrafts of customers (including but not limited to overdrafts made pursuant to an overdraft protection plan or similar extensions of credit in connection with a deposit account), revolving commercial lines of credit, home equity lines of credit, Commitments, United States and/or State-guaranteed student loans, and lease financing contracts;
          (ii) all Liens, rights (including rights of set-off), remedies, powers, privileges, demands, claims, priorities, equities and benefits owned or held by, or accruing or to accrue to or for the benefit of, the holder of the obligations or instruments referred to in clause (i) above, including but not limited to those arising under or based upon Credit Documents, casualty insurance policies and binders, standby letters of credit, mortgagee title insurance policies and binders, payment bonds and performance bonds at any time and from time to time existing with respect to any of the obligations or instruments referred to in clause (i) above; and
          (iii) all amendments, modifications, renewals, extensions, refinancings, and refundings of or for any of the foregoing.
          Obligormeans each Person liable for the full or partial payment or performance of any Loan, whether such Person is obligated directly, indirectly, primarily, secondarily, jointly, or severally.
          Other Real Estatemeans all interests in real estate (other than Bank Premises and Fixtures), including but not limited to mineral rights, leasehold rights, condominium and cooperative interests, air rights and development rights that are owned by the Failed Bank.

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          Payment Datemeans the first Business Day after the Bank Closing Date.
           Personmeans any individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, joint-stock company, trust, unincorporated organization, or government or any agency or political subdivision thereof, excluding the Corporation.
          Primary Indemnitormeans any Person (other than the Assuming Institution or any of its Affiliates) who is obligated to indemnify or insure, or otherwise make payments (including payments on account of claims made against) to or on behalf of any Person in connection with the claims covered under Article XII, including without limitation any insurer issuing any directors and officers liability policy or any Person issuing a financial institution bond or banker’s blanket bond.
          Pro formameans producing a balance sheet that reflects a reasonably accurate financial statement of the Failed bank through the date of closing. The pro forma financial statements serve as a basis for the opening entries of both the Assuming Institution and the Receiver.
          Put Datehas the meaning provided in Section 3.4.
           Put Noticehas the meaning provided in Section 3.4.
          Qualified Financial Contractmeans a qualified financial contract as defined in 12 U.S.C. Section 1821(e)(8)(D).
          Recordmeans any document, microfiche, microfilm and computer records (including but not limited to magnetic tape, disc storage, card forms and printed copy) of the Failed Bank generated or maintained by the Failed Bank that is owned by or in the possession of the Receiver at Bank Closing.
          Related Liabilitywith respect to any Asset means any liability existing and reflected on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing for (i) indebtedness secured by mortgages, deeds of trust, chattel mortgages, security interests or other liens on or affecting such Asset, (ii) ad valorem taxes applicable to such Asset, and (iii) any other obligation determined by the Receiver to be directly related to such Asset.
          Related Liability Amountwith respect to any Related Liability on the books of the Assuming Institution, means the amount of such Related Liability as stated on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution (as maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles) as of the date as of which the Related Liability Amount is being determined. With respect to a liability that relates to more than one asset, the amount of such Related Liability shall be allocated among such assets for the purpose of determining the Related Liability Amount with respect to any one of such assets. Such allocation shall be made by specific allocation, where determinable, and otherwise shall be pro rata based upon the dollar amount of such assets stated on the Accounting Records of the entity that owns such asset.

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          Repurchase Pricemeans, with respect to any Loan the Book Value, adjusted to reflect changes to Book Value after Bank Closing, plus (i) any advances and interest on such Loan after Bank Closing, minus (ii) the total of amounts received by the Assuming Institution for such Loan, regardless of how applied, after Bank Closing, plus (iii) advances made by Assuming Institution, plus (iv) total disbursements of principal made by Receiver that are not included in the Book Value.
          Safe Deposit Boxesmeans the safe deposit boxes of the Failed Bank, if any, including the removable safe deposit boxes and safe deposit stacks in the Failed Bank’s vault(s), all rights and benefits under rental agreements with respect to such safe deposit boxes, and all keys and combinations thereto.
          Settlement Datemeans the first Business Day immediately prior to the day which is three hundred sixty-five (365) days after Bank Closing, or such other date prior thereto as may be agreed upon by the Receiver and the Assuming Institution. The Receiver, in its discretion, may extend the Settlement Date.
          Settlement Interest Ratemeans, for the first calendar quarter or portion thereof during which interest accrues, the rate determined by the Receiver to be equal to the equivalent coupon issue yield on twenty-six (26)-week United States Treasury Bills in effect as of Bank Closing as published in The Wall Street Journal; provided, that if no such equivalent coupon issue yield is available as of Bank Closing, the equivalent coupon issue yield for such Treasury Bills most recently published in The Wall Street Journal prior to Bank Closing shall be used. Thereafter, the rate shall be adjusted to the rate determined by the Receiver to be equal to the equivalent coupon issue yield on such Treasury Bills in effect as of the first day of each succeeding calendar quarter during which interest accrues as published in The Wall Street Journal.
          Shared-Loss Securitiesmeans those securities and other assets listed on Schedule 4.15C.
          Subsidiaryhas the meaning set forth in Section 3(w)(4) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, 12 U.S.C. Section 1813(w)(4), as amended.
ARTICLE II
ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES
     2.1 Liabilities Assumed by Assuming Institution. The Assuming Institution expressly assumes at Book Value (subject to adjustment pursuant to Article VIII) and agrees to pay, perform, and discharge all of the following liabilities of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing, except as otherwise provided in this Agreement (such liabilities referred to as “Liabilities Assumed” ):
(a) Assumed Deposits, except those Deposits specifically listed on Schedule 2.1(a); provided, that as to any Deposits of public money which are Assumed Deposits, the Assuming Institution agrees to properly secure such Deposits with

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such Assets as appropriate which, prior to Bank Closing, were pledged as security by the Failed Bank, or with assets of the Assuming Institution, if such securing Assets, if any, are insufficient to properly secure such Deposits;
(b) liabilities for indebtedness secured by mortgages, deeds of trust, chattel mortgages, security interests or other liens on or affecting any Assets, if any; provided, that the assumption of any liability pursuant to this paragraph shall be limited to the market value of the Assets securing such liability as determined by the Receiver;
(c) borrowings from Federal Reserve Banks and Federal Home Loan Banks, if any, provided, that the assumption of any liability pursuant to this paragraph shall be limited to the market value of the assets securing such liability as determined by the Receiver; and overdrafts, debit balances, service charges, reclamations, and adjustments to accounts with the Federal Reserve Banks as reflected on the books and records of any such Federal Reserve Bank within ninety (90) days after Bank Closing, if any;
(d) ad valorem taxes applicable to any Asset, if any; provided, that the assumption of any ad valorem taxes pursuant to this paragraph shall be limited to an amount equal to the market value of the Asset to which such taxes apply as determined by the Receiver;
(e) liabilities, if any, for federal funds purchased, repurchase agreements and overdrafts in accounts maintained with other depository institutions (including any accrued and unpaid interest thereon computed to and including Bank Closing); provided, that the assumption of any liability pursuant to this paragraph shall be limited to the market value of the Assets securing such liability as determined by the Receiver;
(f) United States Treasury tax and loan note option accounts, if any;
(g) liabilities for any acceptance or commercial letter of credit (including any “standby letters of credit” as defined in 12 C.F.R. Section 337.2(a) issued on the behalf of any Obligor of a Loan acquired hereunder by the Assuming Institution, but excluding any other standby letters of credit); provided, that the assumption of any liability pursuant to this paragraph shall be limited to the market value of the Assets securing such liability as determined by the Receiver;
(h) duties and obligations assumed pursuant to this Agreement including without limitation those relating to the Failed Bank’s Records, credit card business, overdraft protection plans, safe deposit business, safekeeping business or trust business, if any;
(i) liabilities, if any, for Commitments;

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(j) liabilities, if any, for amounts owed to any Subsidiary of the Failed Bank acquired under Section 3.1;
(k) liabilities, if any, with respect to Qualified Financial Contracts;
(l) duties and obligations under any contract pursuant to which the Failed Bank provides mortgage servicing for others, or mortgage servicing is provided to the Failed Bank by others, including (i) any seller obligations, including seller origination; and repurchase obligations, and (ii) any government sponsored enterprise (“GSE” ) seller or servicer obligations, provided that, if the Assuming Institution is not an approved GSE servicer, or does not intend or is unable to become an approved GSE servicer, the Assuming Institution will cooperate with Receiver and the GSE to effect the transfer of any such servicing obligations to a GSE approved servicer; and
(m) all asset-related offensive litigation liabilities and all asset-related defensive litigation liabilities, but only to the extent such liabilities relate to assets subject to a shared-loss agreement, and provided that all other defensive litigation and any class actions with respect to credit card business are retained by the Receiver.
     Schedule 2.1 attached hereto and incorporated herein sets forth certain categories of Liabilities Assumed and the aggregate Book Value of the Liabilities Assumed in such categories. Such schedule is based upon the best information available to the Receiver and may be adjusted as provided in Article VIII.
     2.2 Interest on Deposit Liabilities. The Assuming Institution agrees that, from and after Bank Closing, it will accrue and pay interest on Deposit liabilities assumed pursuant to Section 2.1 at a rate(s) it shall determine; provided, that for non-transaction Deposit liabilities such rate(s) shall not be less than the lowest rate offered by the Assuming Institution to its depositors for non-transaction deposit accounts. The Assuming Institution shall permit each depositor to withdraw, without penalty for early withdrawal, all or any portion of such depositor’s Deposit, whether or not the Assuming Institution elects to pay interest in accordance with any deposit agreement formerly existing between the Failed Bank and such depositor; and further provided, that if such Deposit has been pledged to secure an obligation of the depositor or other party, any withdrawal thereof shall be subject to the terms of the agreement governing such pledge. The Assuming Institution shall give notice to such depositors as provided in Section 5.3 of the rate(s) of interest which it has determined to pay and of such withdrawal rights.
     2.3 Unclaimed Deposits. Fifteen (15) months following the Bank Closing Date, the Assuming Institution will provide the Receiver a listing of all deposit accounts, including the type of account, not claimed by the depositor. The Receiver will review the list and authorize the Assuming Institution to act on behalf of the Receiver to send a “Final Legal Notice” in a form substantially similar to Exhibit 2.3A to the owner(s) of the unclaimed deposits reminding them of the need to claim or arrange to continue their account(s) with the Assuming Institution. The Assuming Institution will send the “Final Legal Notice” to the depositors within thirty (30)

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days following notification of the Receiver’s authorization. The Assuming Institution will prepare an Affidavit of Mailing and will forward the Affidavit of Mailing to the Receiver after mailing out the “Final Legal Notice” in a form substantially similar to Exhibit 2.3B to the owner(s) of unclaimed deposit accounts.
     If, within eighteen (18) months after Bank Closing, any depositor of the Failed Bank does not claim or arrange to continue such depositor’s Deposit assumed pursuant to Section 2.1 at the Assuming Institution, the Assuming Institution shall, within fifteen (15) Business Days after the end of such eighteen (18) month period, (i) refund to the Receiver the full amount of each such deposit (without reduction for service charges), (ii) provide to the Receiver a schedule of all such refunded Deposits in such form as may be prescribed by the Receiver, and (iii) assign, transfer, convey, and deliver to the Receiver, all right, title, and interest of the Assuming Institution in and to the Records previously transferred to the Assuming Institution and other records generated or maintained by the Assuming Institution pertaining to such Deposits. During such eighteen (18) month period, at the request of the Receiver, the Assuming Institution promptly shall provide to the Receiver schedules of unclaimed deposits in such form as may be prescribed by the Receiver.
     2.4 Employee Plans. Except as provided in Section 4.12, the Assuming Institution shall have no liabilities, obligations or responsibilities under the Failed Bank’s health care, bonus, vacation, pension, profit sharing, deferred compensation, 401K or stock purchase plans or similar plans, if any, unless the Receiver and the Assuming Institution agree otherwise subsequent to the date of this Agreement.
ARTICLE III
PURCHASE OF ASSETS
     3.1 Assets Purchased by Assuming Institution. With the exception of certain assets expressly excluded in Sections 3.5 and 3.6, the Assuming Institution hereby purchases from the Receiver, and the Receiver hereby sells, assigns, transfers, conveys, and delivers to the Assuming Institution, all right, title, and interest of the Receiver in and to all of the assets (real, personal and mixed, wherever located and however acquired) including all subsidiaries, joint ventures, partnerships, and any and all other business combinations or arrangements, whether active, inactive, dissolved or terminated, of the Failed Bank whether or not reflected on the books of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing. Schedule 3.1 attached hereto and incorporated herein sets forth certain categories of Assets purchased hereunder. Such schedule is based upon the best information available to the Receiver and may be adjusted as provided in Article VIII. Assets are purchased hereunder by the Assuming Institution subject to all liabilities for indebtedness collateralized by Liens affecting such Assets to the extent provided in Section 2.1. Notwithstanding Section 4.8, the Assuming Institution specifically purchases all mortgage servicing rights and obligations of the Failed Bank.
     3.2 Asset Purchase Price.
     (a) All Assets and assets of the Failed Bank subject to an option to purchase by the Assuming Institution shall be purchased for the amount, or the amount resulting from the method specified for determining the amount, as specified on Schedule 3.2, except as otherwise may be

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provided herein. Any Asset, asset of the Failed Bank subject to an option to purchase or other asset purchased for which no purchase price is specified on Schedule 3.2 or otherwise herein shall be purchased at its Book Value. Loans or other assets charged off the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank before the Bid Valuation Date shall be purchased at a price of zero.
     (b) The purchase price for securities (other than the capital stock of any Acquired Subsidiary, Shared-Loss Securities, FRB and FHLB stock) purchased under Section 3.1 by the Assuming Institution shall be the market value thereof as of Bank Closing, which market value shall be (i) the market price for each such security quoted at the close of the trading day effective on Bank Closing as published electronically by Bloomberg, L.P., or alternatively, at the discretion of the Receiver, IDC/Financial Times (FT) Interactive Data; (ii) provided, that if such market price is not available for any such security, the Assuming Institution will submit a bid for each such security within three days of notification/bid request by the Receiver (unless a different time period is agreed to by the Assuming Institution and the Receiver) and the Receiver, in its sole discretion will accept or reject each such bid; and (iii) further provided in the absence of an acceptable bid from the Assuming Institution, each such security shall not pass to the Assuming Institution and shall be deemed to be an excluded asset hereunder.
     (c) Qualified Financial Contracts shall be purchased at market value determined in accordance with the terms of Exhibit 3.2(c). Any costs associated with such valuation shall be shared equally by the Receiver and the Assuming Institution.
     3.3 Manner of Conveyance; Limited Warranty; Nonrecourse; Etc. THE CONVEYANCE OF ALL ASSETS, INCLUDING REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY INTERESTS, PURCHASED BY THE ASSUMING INSTITUTION UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE MADE, AS NECESSARY, BY RECEIVER’S DEED OR RECEIVER’S BILL OF SALE, “AS IS” , “WHERE IS” , WITHOUT RECOURSE AND, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED IN THIS AGREEMENT, WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO SUCH ASSETS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO TITLE, ENFORCEABILITY, COLLECTIBILITY, DOCUMENTATION OR FREEDOM FROM LIENS OR ENCUMBRANCES (IN WHOLE OR IN PART), OR ANY OTHER MATTERS.

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3.4 Puts of Assets to the Receiver.
     (a) Puts Within 30 Days After Bank Closing. During the thirty (30)-day period following Bank Closing and only during such period (which thirty (30)-day period may be extended in writing in the sole absolute discretion of the Receiver for any Loan), in accordance with this Section 3.4, the Assuming Institution shall be entitled to require the Receiver to purchase any Deposit Secured Loan transferred to the Assuming Institution pursuant to Section 3.1 which is not fully secured by Assumed Deposits or deposits at other insured depository institutions due to either insufficient Assumed Deposit or deposit collateral or deficient documentation regarding such collateral; provided with regard to any Deposit Secured Loan secured by an Assumed Deposit, no such purchase may be required until any Deposit setoff determination, whether voluntary or involuntary, has been made; and, at the end of the thirty (30)-day period following Bank Closing and at that time only, in accordance with this Section 3.4, the Assuming Institution shall be entitled to require the Receiver to purchase any remaining overdraft transferred to the Assuming Institution pursuant to 3.1 which both was made after the Bid Valuation Date and was not made pursuant to an overdraft protection plan or similar extension of credit.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Assuming Institution shall not have the right to require the Receiver to purchase any Loan if (i) the Obligor with respect to such Loan is an Acquired Subsidiary, or (ii) the Assuming Institution has:
  (A)   made any advance in accordance with the terms of a Commitment or otherwise with respect to such Loan;
 
  (B)   taken any action that increased the amount of a Related Liability with respect to such Loan over the amount of such liability immediately prior to the time of such action;
 
  (C)   created or permitted to be created any Lien on such Loan which secures indebtedness for money borrowed or which constitutes a conditional sales agreement, capital lease or other title retention agreement;
 
  (D)   entered into, agreed to make, grant or permit, or made, granted or permitted any modification or amendment to, any waiver or extension with respect to, or any renewal, refinancing or refunding of, such Loan or related Credit Documents or collateral, including, without limitation, any act or omission which diminished such collateral; or
 
  (E)   sold, assigned or transferred all or a portion of such Loan to a third party (whether with or without recourse).
The Assuming Institution shall transfer all such Assets to the Receiver without recourse, and shall indemnify the Receiver against any and all claims of any Person claiming by, through or under the Assuming Institution with respect to any such Asset, as provided in Section 12.4.

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     (b) Puts Prior to the Settlement Date. During the period from the Bank Closing Date to and including the Business Day immediately preceding the Settlement Date, the Assuming Bank shall be entitled to require the Receiver to purchase any Asset which the Assuming Bank can establish is evidenced by forged or stolen instruments as of the Bank Closing Date; provided, that, the Assuming Bank shall not have the right to require the Receiver to purchase any such Asset with respect to which the Assuming Bank has taken any action referred to in Section 3.4(a)(ii) with respect to such Asset. The Assuming Bank shall transfer all such Assets to the Receiver without recourse, and shall indemnify the Receiver against any and all claims of any Person claiming by, through or under the Assuming Bank with respect to any such Asset, as provided in Section 12.4.
     (c) Notices to the Receiver. In the event that the Assuming Institution elects to require the Receiver to purchase one or more Assets, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver a notice (a “Put Notice” ) which shall include:
  (i)   a list of all Assets that the Assuming Institution requires the Receiver to purchase;
 
  (ii)   a list of all Related Liabilities with respect to the Assets identified pursuant to (i) above; and
 
  (iii)   a statement of the estimated Repurchase Price of each Asset identified pursuant to (i) above as of the applicable Put Date.
Such notice shall be in the form prescribed by the Receiver or such other form to which the Receiver shall consent. As provided in Section 9.6, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver such documents, Credit Files and such additional information relating to the subject matter of the Put Notice as the Receiver may request and shall provide to the Receiver full access to all other relevant books and records.
     (d) Purchase by Receiver. The Receiver shall purchase Assets that are specified in the Put Notice and shall assume Related Liabilities with respect to such Assets, and the transfer of such Assets and Related Liabilities shall be effective as of a date determined by the Receiver which date shall not be later than thirty (30) days after receipt by the Receiver of the Put Notice (the “Put Date” ).
     (e) Purchase Price and Payment Date. Each Asset purchased by the Receiver pursuant to this Section 3.4 shall be purchased at a price equal to the Repurchase Price of such Asset less the Related Liability Amount applicable to such Asset, in each case determined as of the applicable Put Date. If the difference between such Repurchase Price and such Related Liability Amount is positive, then the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution the amount of such difference; if the difference between such amounts is negative, then the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver the amount of such difference. The Assuming Institution or the Receiver, as the case may be, shall pay the purchase price determined pursuant to this Section 3.4(d) not later than the twentieth (20th) Business Day following the applicable Put Date, together with interest on such amount at the Settlement Interest Rate for the period from and

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including such Put Date to and including the day preceding the date upon which payment is made.
     (f) Servicing. The Assuming Institution shall administer and manage any Asset subject to purchase by the Receiver in accordance with usual and prudent banking standards and business practices until such time as such Asset is purchased by the Receiver.
     (g) Reversals. In the event that the Receiver purchases an Asset (and assumes the Related Liability) that it is not required to purchase pursuant to this Section 3.4, the Assuming Institution shall repurchase such Asset (and assume such Related Liability) from the Receiver at a price computed so as to achieve the same economic result as would apply if the Receiver had never purchased such Asset pursuant to this Section 3.4.
     3.5 Assets Not Purchased by Assuming Institution. The Assuming Institution does not purchase, acquire or assume, or (except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement) obtain an option to purchase, acquire or assume under this Agreement:
     (a) any financial institution bonds, banker’s blanket bonds, or public liability, fire, extended coverage insurance policy, bank owned life insurance or any other insurance policy of the Failed Bank, or premium refund, unearned premium derived from cancellation, or any proceeds payable with respect to any of the foregoing;
     (b) any interest, right, action, claim, or judgment against (i) any officer, director, employee, accountant, attorney, or any other Person employed or retained by the Failed Bank or any Subsidiary of the Failed Bank on or prior to Bank Closing arising out of any act or omission of such Person in such capacity, (ii) any underwriter of financial institution bonds, banker’s blanket bonds or any other insurance policy of the Failed Bank, (iii) any shareholder or holding company of the Failed Bank, or (iv) any other Person whose action or inaction may be related to any loss (exclusive of any loss resulting from such Person’s failure to pay on a Loan made by the Failed Bank) incurred by the Failed Bank; provided, that for the purposes hereof, the acts, omissions or other events giving rise to any such claim shall have occurred on or before Bank Closing, regardless of when any such claim is discovered and regardless of whether any such claim is made with respect to a financial institution bond, banker’s blanket bond, or any other insurance policy of the Failed Bank in force as of Bank Closing;
     (c) prepaid regulatory assessments of the Failed Bank, if any;
     (d) legal or equitable interests in tax receivables of the Failed Bank, if any, including any claims arising as a result of the Failed Bank having entered into any agreement or otherwise being joined with another Person with respect to the filing of tax returns or the payment of taxes;
     (e) amounts reflected on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing as a general or specific loss reserve or contingency account, if any;
     (f) leased or owned Bank Premises and leased or owned Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures and data processing equipment (including hardware and software) located on leased

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or owned Bank Premises, if any; provided, that the Assuming Institution does obtain an option under Section 4.6, Section 4.7 or Section 4.8, as the case may be, with respect thereto;
     (g) owned Bank Premises which the Receiver, in its discretion, determines may contain environmentally hazardous substances;
     (h) any “goodwill,” as such term is defined in the instructions to the report of condition prepared by banks examined by the Corporation in accordance with 12 C.F.R. Section 304.3, and other intangibles;
     (i) any criminal restitution or forfeiture orders issued in favor of the Failed Bank;
     (j) reserved;
     (k) assets essential to the Receiver in accordance with Section 3.6;
     (l) the assets listed on the attached Schedule 3.5(l); and
     (m) prepaid accounts associated with any contract or agreement that the Assuming Institution either does not directly assume pursuant to the terms of this Agreement nor has an option to assume under Section 4.8.
     3.6 Retention or Repurchase of Assets Essential to Receiver.
     (a) The Receiver may refuse to sell to the Assuming Institution, or the Assuming Institution agrees, at the request of the Receiver set forth in a written notice to the Assuming Institution, to assign, transfer, convey, and deliver to the Receiver all of the Assuming Institution’s right, title and interest in and to, any Asset or asset essential to the Receiver as determined by the Receiver in its discretion (together with all Credit Documents evidencing or pertaining thereto), which may include any Asset or asset that the Receiver determines to be:
  (i)   made to an officer, director, or other Person engaging in the affairs of the Failed Bank, its Subsidiaries or Affiliates or any related entities of any of the foregoing;
 
  (ii)   the subject of any investigation relating to any claim with respect to any item described in Section 3.5(a) or (b), or the subject of, or potentially the subject of, any legal proceedings;
 
  (iii)   made to a Person who is an Obligor on a loan owned by the Receiver or the Corporation in its corporate capacity or its capacity as receiver of any institution;
 
  (iv)   secured by collateral which also secures any asset owned by the Receiver; or

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  (v)   related to any asset of the Failed Bank not purchased by the Assuming Institution under this Article III or any liability of the Failed Bank not assumed by the Assuming Institution under Article II.
     (b) Each such Asset or asset purchased by the Receiver shall be purchased at a price equal to the Repurchase Price thereof less the Related Liability Amount with respect to any Related Liabilities related to such Asset or asset, in each case determined as of the date of the notice provided by the Receiver pursuant to Section 3.6(a). The Receiver shall pay the Assuming Institution not later than the twentieth (20th) Business Day following receipt of related Credit Documents and Credit Files together with interest on such amount at the Settlement Interest Rate for the period from and including the date of receipt of such documents to and including the day preceding the day on which payment is made. The Assuming Institution agrees to administer and manage each such Asset or asset in accordance with usual and prudent banking standards and business practices until each such Asset or asset is purchased by the Receiver. All transfers with respect to Asset or assets under this Section 3.6 shall be made as provided in Section 9.6. The Assuming Institution shall transfer all such Asset or assets and Related Liabilities to the Receiver without recourse, and shall indemnify the Receiver against any and all claims of any Person claiming by, through or under the Assuming Institution with respect to any such Asset or asset, as provided in Section 12.4.
ARTICLE IV
ASSUMPTION OF CERTAIN DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS
     The Assuming Institution agrees with the Receiver and the Corporation as follows:
     4.1 Continuation of Banking Business. For the period commencing the first banking Business Day after Bank Closing and ending no earlier than the first anniversary of Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution will provide full service banking in the trade area of the Failed Bank. Thereafter, the Assuming Institution may cease providing such banking services in the trade area of the Failed Bank, provided the Assuming Institution has received all necessary regulatory approvals. At the option of the Assuming Institution, such banking services may be provided at any or all of the Bank Premises, or at other premises within such trade area. The trade area shall be determined by the Receiver. For the avoidance of doubt, the foregoing shall not restrict the Assuming Institution from opening, closing or selling branches upon receipt of the necessary regulatory approvals, if the Assuming Institution or its successors continue to provide banking services in the trade area. Assuming Institution will pay to the Receiver, upon the sale of a branch or branches within the year following the date of this agreement, fifty percent (50%) of any franchise premium in excess of the franchise premium paid by the Assuming Institution with respect to such branch or branches.
     4.2 Agreement with Respect to Credit Card Business. The Assuming Institution agrees to honor and perform, from and after Bank Closing, all duties and obligations with respect to the Failed Bank’s credit card business, and/or processing related to credit cards, if any, and assumes all outstanding extensions of credit with respect thereto.

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     4.3 Agreement with Respect to Safe Deposit Business. The Assuming Institution assumes and agrees to discharge, from and after Bank Closing, in the usual course of conducting a banking business, the duties and obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to all Safe Deposit Boxes, if any, of the Failed Bank and to maintain all of the necessary facilities for the use of such boxes by the renters thereof during the period for which such boxes have been rented and the rent therefore paid to the Failed Bank, subject to the provisions of the rental agreements between the Failed Bank and the respective renters of such boxes; provided, that the Assuming Institution may relocate the Safe Deposit Boxes of the Failed Bank to any office of the Assuming Institution located in the trade area of the Failed Bank. The Safe Deposit Boxes shall be located and maintained in the trade area of the Failed Bank for a minimum of one year from Bank Closing. The trade area shall be determined by the Receiver. Fees related to the safe deposit business earned prior to the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Receiver and fees earned after the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Assuming Institution.
     4.4 Agreement with Respect to Safekeeping Business. The Receiver transfers, conveys and delivers to the Assuming Institution and the Assuming Institution accepts all securities and other items, if any, held by the Failed Bank in safekeeping for its customers as of Bank Closing. The Assuming Institution assumes and agrees to honor and discharge, from and after Bank Closing, the duties and obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to such securities and items held in safekeeping. The Assuming Institution shall be entitled to all rights and benefits heretofore accrued or hereafter accruing with respect thereto. The Assuming Institution shall provide to the Receiver written verification of all assets held by the Failed Bank for safekeeping within sixty (60) days after Bank Closing. The assets held for safekeeping by the Failed Bank shall be held and maintained by the Assuming Institution in the trade area of the Failed Bank for a minimum of one year from Bank Closing. At the option of the Assuming Institution, the safekeeping business may be provided at any or all of the Bank Premises, or at other premises within such trade area. The trade area shall be determined by the Receiver. Fees related to the safekeeping business earned prior to the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Receiver and fees earned after the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Assuming Institution.
     4.5 Agreement with Respect to Trust Business.
     (a) The Assuming Institution shall, without further transfer, substitution, act or deed, to the full extent permitted by law, succeed to the rights, obligations, properties, assets, investments, deposits, agreements, and trusts of the Failed Bank under trusts, executorships, administrations, guardianships, and agencies, and other fiduciary or representative capacities, all to the same extent as though the Assuming Institution had assumed the same from the Failed Bank prior to Bank Closing; provided, that any liability based on the misfeasance, malfeasance or nonfeasance of the Failed Bank, its directors, officers, employees or agents with respect to the trust business is not assumed hereunder.
     (b) The Assuming Institution shall, to the full extent permitted by law, succeed to, and be entitled to take and execute, the appointment to all executorships, trusteeships, guardianships and other fiduciary or representative capacities to which the Failed Bank is or may

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be named in wills, whenever probated, or to which the Failed Bank is or may be named or appointed by any other instrument.
     (c) In the event additional proceedings of any kind are necessary to accomplish the transfer of such trust business, the Assuming Institution agrees that, at its own expense, it will take whatever action is necessary to accomplish such transfer. The Receiver agrees to use reasonable efforts to assist the Assuming Institution in accomplishing such transfer.
     (d) The Assuming Institution shall provide to the Receiver written verification of the assets held in connection with the Failed Bank’s trust business within sixty (60) days after Bank Closing.
     4.6 Agreement with Respect to Bank Premises.
     (a) Option to Purchase. Subject to Section 3.5, the Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Institution an exclusive option for the period of ninety (90) days commencing the day after Bank Closing to purchase any or all owned Bank Premises, including all Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment located on the Bank Premises. The Assuming Institution shall give written notice to the Receiver within the option period of its election to purchase or not to purchase any of the owned Bank Premises. Any purchase of such premises shall be effective as of the date of Bank Closing and such purchase shall be consummated as soon as practicable thereafter, and in no event later than the Settlement Date. If the Assuming Institution gives notice of its election not to purchase one or more of the owned Bank Premises within seven (7) days of Bank Closing, then, not withstanding any other provision of this Agreement to the contrary, the Assuming Institution shall not be liable for any of the costs or fees associated with appraisals for such Bank Premises and associated Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment.
     (b) Option to Lease. The Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Institution an exclusive option for the period of ninety (90) days commencing the day after Bank Closing to cause the Receiver to assign to the Assuming Institution any or all leases for leased Bank Premises, if any, which have been continuously occupied by the Assuming Institution from Bank Closing to the date it elects to accept an assignment of the leases with respect thereto to the extent such leases can be assigned; provided, that the exercise of this option with respect to any lease must be as to all premises or other property subject to the lease. If an assignment cannot be made of any such leases, the Receiver may, in its discretion, enter into subleases with the Assuming Institution containing the same terms and conditions provided under such existing leases for such leased Bank Premises or other property. The Assuming Institution shall give notice to the Receiver within the option period of its election to accept or not to accept an assignment of any or all leases (or enter into subleases or new leases in lieu thereof). The Assuming Institution agrees to assume all leases assigned (or enter into subleases or new leases in lieu thereof) pursuant to this Section 4.6. If the Assuming Institution gives notice of its election not to accept an assignment of a lease for one or more of the leased Bank Premises within seven (7) days of Bank Closing, then, not withstanding any other provision of this Agreement to the contrary, the Assuming Institution shall not be liable for any of the costs or fees associated with appraisals for the Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment located on such leased Bank Premises.

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     (c) Facilitation. The Receiver agrees to facilitate the assumption, assignment or sublease of leases or the negotiation of new leases by the Assuming Institution; provided, that neither the Receiver nor the Corporation shall be obligated to engage in litigation, make payments to the Assuming Institution or to any third party in connection with facilitating any such assumption, assignment, sublease or negotiation or commit to any other obligations to third parties.
     (d) Occupancy. The Assuming Institution shall give the Receiver fifteen (15) days’ prior written notice of its intention to vacate prior to vacating any leased Bank Premises with respect to which the Assuming Institution has not exercised the option provided in Section 4.6(b). Any such notice shall be deemed to terminate the Assuming Institution’s option with respect to such leased Bank Premises.
     (e) Occupancy Costs.
          (i) The Assuming Institution agrees to pay to the Receiver, or to appropriate third parties at the direction of the Receiver, during and for the period of any occupancy by it of (x) owned Bank Premises the market rental value, as determined by the appraiser selected in accordance with the definition of Fair Market Value, and all operating costs, and (y) leased Bank Premises, all operating costs with respect thereto and to comply with all relevant terms of applicable leases entered into by the Failed Bank, including without limitation the timely payment of all rent. Operating costs include, without limitation all taxes, fees, charges, utilities, insurance and assessments, to the extent not included in the rental value or rent. If the Assuming Institution elects to purchase any owned Bank Premises in accordance with Section 4.6(a), the amount of any rent paid (and taxes paid to the Receiver which have not been paid to the taxing authority and for which the Assuming Institution assumes liability) by the Assuming Institution with respect thereto shall be applied as an offset against the purchase price thereof.
          (ii) The Assuming Institution agrees during the period of occupancy by it of owned or leased Bank Premises, to pay to the Receiver rent for the use of all owned or leased Furniture and Equipment and all owned or leased Fixtures located on such Bank Premises for the period of such occupancy. Rent for such property owned by the Failed Bank shall be the market rental value thereof, as determined by the Receiver within sixty (60) days after Bank Closing. Rent for such leased property shall be an amount equal to any and all rent and other amounts which the Receiver incurs or accrues as an obligation or is obligated to pay for such period of occupancy pursuant to all leases and contracts with respect to such property. If the Assuming Institution purchases any owned Furniture and Equipment or owned Fixtures in accordance with Section 4.6(f) or 4.6(h), the amount of any rents paid by the Assuming Institution with respect thereto shall be applied as an offset against the purchase price thereof.
     (f) Certain Requirements as to Furniture, Equipment and Fixtures. If the Assuming Institution purchases owned Bank Premises or accepts an assignment of the lease (or enters into a sublease or a new lease in lieu thereof) for leased Bank Premises as provided in Section 4.6(a) or 4.6(b), or if the Assuming Institution does not exercise such option but within twelve (12) months following Bank Closing obtains the right to occupy such premises (whether by assignment, lease, sublease, purchase or otherwise), other than in accordance with Section

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4.6(a) or (b), the Assuming Institution shall (i) effective as of the date of Bank Closing, purchase from the Receiver all Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures owned by the Failed Bank at Fair Market Value and located thereon as of Bank Closing, (ii) accept an assignment or a sublease of the leases or negotiate new leases for all Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures leased by the Failed Bank and located thereon, and (iii) if applicable, accept an assignment or a sublease of any ground lease or negotiate a new ground lease with respect to any land on which such Bank Premises are located; provided, that the Receiver shall not have disposed of such Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures or repudiated the leases specified in clause (ii) or (iii).
     (g) Vacating Premises.
          (i) If the Assuming Institution elects not to purchase any owned Bank Premises, the notice of such election in accordance with Section 4.6(a) shall specify the date upon which the Assuming Institution’s occupancy of such premises shall terminate, which date shall not be later than ninety (90) days after the date of the Assuming Institution’s notice not to exercise such option. The Assuming Institution promptly shall relinquish and release to the Receiver such premises and the Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures located thereon in the same condition as at Bank Closing, normal wear and tear excepted. By occupying any such premises after the expiration of such ninety (90)-day period, the Assuming Institution shall, at the Receiver’s option, (x) be deemed to have agreed to purchase such Bank Premises, and to assume all leases, obligations and liabilities with respect to leased Furniture and Equipment and leased Fixtures located thereon and any ground lease with respect to the land on which such premises are located, and (y) be required to purchase all Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures owned by the Failed Bank and located on such premises as of Bank Closing.
          (ii) If the Assuming Institution elects not to accept an assignment of the lease or sublease any leased Bank Premises, the notice of such election in accordance with Section 4.6(b) shall specify the date upon which the Assuming Institution’s occupancy of such leased Bank Premises shall terminate, which date shall not be later than ninety (90) days after the date of the Assuming Institution’s notice not to exercise such option. Upon vacating such premises, the Assuming Institution shall relinquish and release to the Receiver such premises and the Fixtures and the Furniture and Equipment located thereon in the same condition as at Bank Closing, normal wear and tear excepted. By failing to provide notice of its intention to vacate such premises prior to the expiration of the option period specified in Section 4.6(b), or by occupying such premises after the one hundred eighty (180)-day period specified above in this paragraph (ii), the Assuming Institution shall, at the Receiver’s option, (x) be deemed to have assumed all leases, obligations and liabilities with respect to such premises (including any ground lease with respect to the land on which premises are located), and leased Furniture and Equipment and leased Fixtures located thereon in accordance with this Section 4.6 (unless the Receiver previously repudiated any such lease), and (y) be required to purchase all Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures owned by the Failed Bank at Fair Market Value and located on such premises as of Bank Closing.
     (h) Furniture and Equipment and Certain Other Equipment. The Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Institution an option to purchase all Furniture and Equipment and/or all telecommunications, data processing equipment (including hardware and software)

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and check processing and similar operating equipment owned by the Failed Bank at Fair Market Value and located at any leased Bank Premises that the Assuming Institution elects to vacate or which it could have, but did not occupy, pursuant to this Section 4.6; provided, that, the Assuming Institution shall give the Receiver notice of its election to purchase such property at the time it gives notice of its intention to vacate such Bank Premises or within ten (10) days after Bank Closing for Bank Premises it could have, but did not, occupy.
     (i) Option to Put Bank Premises and Related Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment.
          (i) For a period of ninety (90) days following Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution shall be entitled to require the Receiver to purchase any Bank Premises that is owned, directly or indirectly, by an Acquired Subsidiary and the purchase price paid by the Receiver shall be the Fair Market Value of the Bank Premises.
          (ii) If the Assuming Institution elects to require the Receiver to purchase any Bank Premises that is owned, directly or indirectly, by an Acquired Subsidiary, the Assuming Institution shall also have the option, exercisable within the same ninety (90) day time period, to require the Receiver to purchase any Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment that is owned, directly or indirectly, by an Acquired Subsidiary and which is located on such Bank Premises. The purchase price paid by the Receiver shall be the Fair Market Value of the Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment.
          (iii) In the event the Assuming Institution elects to exercise its option under this subparagraph, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver occupancy costs in accordance with Section 4.6(e) and shall vacate the Bank Premises in accordance with Section 4.6(g)(i).
          (iv) Regardless of whether the Assuming Institution exercises any of its option under this subparagraph, the purchase price for the Acquired Subsidiary shall be adjusted by the difference between the Fair Market Value of the Bank Premises and Fixtures, Furniture and Equipment and their respective Book Value as reflected of the books and records of the Acquired Subsidiary. Such adjustment shall be made in accordance with Article VIII of this Agreement.
     4.7 Agreement with Respect to Leased Data Processing Equipment
     (a) The Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Institution an exclusive option for the period of ninety (90) days commencing the day after Bank Closing to accept an assignment from the Receiver of any or all Data Processing Leases to the extent that such Data Processing Leases can be assigned.
     (b) The Assuming Institution shall (i) give written notice to the Receiver within the option period specified in Section 4.7(a) of its intent to accept or decline an assignment or sublease of any or all Data Processing Leases and promptly accept an assignment or sublease of such Data Processing Leases, and (ii) give written notice to the appropriate lessor(s) that it has accepted an assignment or sublease of any such Data Processing Leases.

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     (c) The Receiver agrees to facilitate the assignment or sublease of Data Processing Leases or the negotiation of new leases or license agreements by the Assuming Institution; provided, that neither the Receiver nor the Corporation shall be obligated to engage in litigation or make payments to the Assuming Institution or to any third party in connection with facilitating any such assumption, assignment, sublease or negotiation.
     (d) The Assuming Institution agrees, during its period of use of any property subject to a Data Processing Lease, to pay to the Receiver or to appropriate third parties at the direction of the Receiver all operating costs with respect thereto and to comply with all relevant terms of the applicable Data Processing Leases entered into by the Failed Bank, including without limitation the timely payment of all rent, taxes, fees, charges, utilities, insurance and assessments.
     (e) The Assuming Institution shall, not later than fifty (50) days after giving the notice provided in Section 4.7(b), (i) relinquish and release to the Receiver all property subject to the relevant Data Processing Lease, in the same condition as at Bank Closing, normal wear and tear excepted, or (ii) accept an assignment or a sublease thereof or negotiate a new lease or license agreement under this Section 4.7.
     4.8 Agreement with Respect to Certain Existing Agreements.
     (a) Subject to the provisions of Section 4.8(b), with respect to agreements existing as of Bank Closing which provide for the rendering of services by or to the Failed Bank, within thirty (30) days after Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution shall give the Receiver written notice specifying whether it elects to assume or not to assume each such agreement. Except as may be otherwise provided in this Article IV, the Assuming Institution agrees to comply with the terms of each such agreement for a period commencing on the day after Bank Closing and ending on: (i) in the case of an agreement that provides for the rendering of services by the Failed Bank, the date which is ninety (90) days after Bank Closing, and (ii) in the case of an agreement that provides for the rendering of services to the Failed Bank, the date which is thirty (30) days after the Assuming Institution has given notice to the Receiver of its election not to assume such agreement; provided, that the Receiver can reasonably make such service agreements available to the Assuming Institution. The Assuming Institution shall be deemed by the Receiver to have assumed agreements for which no notification is timely given. The Receiver agrees to assign, transfer, convey, and deliver to the Assuming Institution all right, title and interest of the Receiver, if any, in and to agreements the Assuming Institution assumes hereunder. In the event the Assuming Institution elects not to accept an assignment of any lease (or sublease) or negotiate a new lease for leased Bank Premises under Section 4.6 and does not otherwise occupy such premises, the provisions of this Section 4.8(a) shall not apply to service agreements related to such premises. The Assuming Institution agrees, during the period it has the use or benefit of any such agreement, promptly to pay to the Receiver or to appropriate third parties at the direction of the Receiver all operating costs with respect thereto and to comply with all relevant terms of such agreement.
     (b) The provisions of Section 4.8(a) regarding the Assuming Institution’s election to assume or not assume certain agreements shall not apply to (i) agreements pursuant to which the

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Failed Bank provides mortgage servicing for others or mortgage servicing is provided to the Failed Bank by others, (ii) agreements that are subject to Sections 4.1 through 4.7 and any insurance policy or bond referred to in Section 3.5(a) or other agreement specified in Section 3.5, and (iii) consulting, management or employment agreements, if any, between the Failed Bank and its employees or other Persons. Except as otherwise expressly set forth elsewhere in this Agreement, the Assuming Institution does not assume any liabilities or acquire any rights under any of the agreements described in this Section 4.8(b).
     4.9 Informational Tax Reporting. The Assuming Institution agrees to perform all obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to Federal and State income tax informational reporting related to (i) the Assets and the Liabilities Assumed, (ii) deposit accounts that were closed and loans that were paid off or collateral obtained with respect thereto prior to Bank Closing, (iii) miscellaneous payments made to vendors of the Failed Bank, and (iv) any other asset or liability of the Failed Bank, including, without limitation, loans not purchased and Deposits not assumed by the Assuming Institution, as may be required by the Receiver.
     4.10 Insurance. The Assuming Institution agrees to obtain insurance coverage effective from and after Bank Closing, including public liability, fire and extended coverage insurance acceptable to the Receiver with respect to owned or leased Bank Premises that it occupies, and all owned or leased Furniture and Equipment and Fixtures and leased data processing equipment (including hardware and software) located thereon, in the event such insurance coverage is not already in force and effect with respect to the Assuming Institution as the insured as of Bank Closing. All such insurance shall, where appropriate (as determined by the Receiver), name the Receiver as an additional insured.
     4.11 Office Space for Receiver and Corporation. For the period commencing on the day following Bank Closing and ending on the one hundred eightieth (180th) day thereafter, the Assuming Institution agrees to provide to the Receiver and the Corporation, without charge, adequate and suitable office space (including parking facilities and vault space), furniture, equipment (including photocopying and telecopying machines), email accounts, network access and technology resources (such as shared drive) and utilities (including local telephone service and fax machines) at the Bank Premises occupied by the Assuming Institution for their use in the discharge of their respective functions with respect to the Failed Bank. In the event the Receiver and the Corporation determine that the space provided is inadequate or unsuitable, the Receiver and the Corporation may relocate to other quarters having adequate and suitable space and the costs of relocation and any rental and utility costs for the balance of the period of occupancy by the Receiver and the Corporation shall be borne by the Assuming Institution. Additionally, the Assuming Institution agrees to pay such bills and invoices on behalf of the Receiver and Corporation as the Receiver or Corporation may direct for the period beginning on the date of Bank Closing and ending on Settlement Date. Assuming Institution shall submit it requests for reimbursement of such expenditures pursuant to Article VIII of this Agreement.

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     4.12 Agreement with Respect to Continuation of Group Health Plan Coverage for Former Employees of the Failed Bank.
     (a) The Assuming Institution agrees to assist the Receiver, as provided in this Section 4.12, in offering individuals who were employees or former employees of the Failed Bank, or any of its Subsidiaries, and who, immediately prior to Bank Closing, were receiving, or were eligible to receive, health insurance coverage or health insurance continuation coverage from the Failed Bank (“Eligible Individuals”), the opportunity to obtain health insurance coverage in the Corporation’s FIA Continuation Coverage Plan which provides for health insurance continuation coverage to such Eligible Individuals who are qualified beneficiaries of the Failed Bank as defined in Section 607 of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (respectively, “qualified beneficiaries” and “ERISA”). The Assuming Institution shall consult with the Receiver and not later than five (5) Business Days after Bank Closing shall provide written notice to the Receiver of the number (if available), identity (if available) and addresses (if available) of the Eligible Individuals who are qualified beneficiaries of the Failed Bank and for whom a “qualifying event” (as defined in Section 603 of ERISA) has occurred and with respect to whom the Failed Bank’s obligations under Part 6 of Subtitle B of Title I of ERISA have not been satisfied in full, and such other information as the Receiver may reasonably require. The Receiver shall cooperate with the Assuming Institution in order to permit it to prepare such notice and shall provide to the Assuming Institution such data in its possession as may be reasonably required for purposes of preparing such notice.
     (b) The Assuming Institution shall take such further action to assist the Receiver in offering the Eligible Individuals who are qualified beneficiaries of the Failed Bank the opportunity to obtain health insurance coverage in the Corporation’s FIA Continuation Coverage Plan as the Receiver may direct. All expenses incurred and paid by the Assuming Institution (i) in connection with the obligations of the Assuming Institution under this Section 4.12, and (ii) in providing health insurance continuation coverage to any Eligible Individuals who are hired by the Assuming Institution and such employees’ qualified beneficiaries shall be borne by the Assuming Institution.
     (c) No later than five (5) Business Days after Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution shall provide the Receiver with a list of all Failed Bank employees the Assuming Institution will not hire. Unless otherwise agreed, the Assuming Institution pays all salaries and payroll costs for all Failed Bank Employees until the list is provided to the Receiver. The Assuming Institution shall be responsible for all costs and expenses (i.e. salary, benefits, etc.) associated with all other employees not on that list from and after the date of delivery of the list to the Receiver. The Assuming Institution shall offer to the Failed Bank employees it retains employment benefits comparable to those the Assuming Institution offers its current employees.
     (d) This Section 4.12 is for the sole and exclusive benefit of the parties to this Agreement, and for the benefit of no other Person (including any former employee of the Failed Bank or any Subsidiary thereof or qualified beneficiary of such former employee). Nothing in this Section 4.12 is intended by the parties, or shall be construed, to give any Person (including any former employee of the Failed Bank or any Subsidiary thereof or qualified beneficiary of such former employee) other than the Corporation, the Receiver and the Assuming Institution

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any legal or equitable right, remedy or claim under or with respect to the provisions of this Section.
     4.13 Agreement with Respect to Interim Asset Servicing. At any time after Bank Closing, the Receiver may establish on its books an asset pool(s) and may transfer to such asset pool(s) (by means of accounting entries on the books of the Receiver) all or any assets and liabilities of the Failed Bank which are not acquired by the Assuming Institution, including, without limitation, wholly unfunded Commitments and assets and liabilities which may be acquired, funded or originated by the Receiver subsequent to Bank Closing. The Receiver may remove assets (and liabilities) from or add assets (and liabilities) to such pool(s) at any time in its discretion. At the option of the Receiver, the Assuming Institution agrees to service, administer, and collect such pool assets in accordance with and for the term set forth in Exhibit 4.13 “Interim Asset Servicing Arrangement”.
     4.14 Reserved.
     4.15 Agreement with Respect to Loss Sharing. The Assuming Institution shall be entitled to require reimbursement from the Receiver for loss sharing on certain loans in accordance with the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit 4.15A and the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit 4.15B, collectively, the “Shared-Loss Agreements.” The Loans that shall be subject to the Shared-Loss Agreements are identified on the Schedules 4.15A and 4.15B, and Schedule 4.15C, Shared-Loss Securities, attached hereto.
ARTICLE V
DUTIES WITH RESPECT TO DEPOSITORS OF THE FAILED BANK
     5.1 Payment of Checks, Drafts and Orders. Subject to Section 9.5, the Assuming Institution agrees to pay all properly drawn checks, drafts and withdrawal orders of depositors of the Failed Bank presented for payment, whether drawn on the check or draft forms provided by the Failed Bank or by the Assuming Institution, to the extent that the Deposit balances to the credit of the respective makers or drawers assumed by the Assuming Institution under this Agreement are sufficient to permit the payment thereof, and in all other respects to discharge, in the usual course of conducting a banking business, the duties and obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to the Deposit balances due and owing to the depositors of the Failed Bank assumed by the Assuming Institution under this Agreement.
     5.2 Certain Agreements Related to Deposits. Subject to Section 2.2, the Assuming Institution agrees to honor the terms and conditions of any written escrow or mortgage servicing agreement or other similar agreement relating to a Deposit liability assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement.
     5.3 Notice to Depositors.
     (a) Within seven (7) days after Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution shall give (i) notice to depositors of the Failed Bank of its assumption of the Deposit liabilities of the Failed

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Bank, and (ii) any notice required under Section 2.2, by mailing to each such depositor a notice with respect to such assumption and by advertising in a newspaper of general circulation in the county or counties in which the Failed Bank was located. The Assuming Institution agrees that it will obtain prior approval of all such notices and advertisements from counsel for the Receiver and that such notices and advertisements shall not be mailed or published until such approval is received.
     (b) The Assuming Institution shall give notice by mail to depositors of the Failed Bank concerning the procedures to claim their deposits, which notice shall be provided to the Assuming Institution by the Receiver or the Corporation. Such notice shall be included with the notice to depositors to be mailed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to Section 5.3(a).
     (c) If the Assuming Institution proposes to charge fees different from those charged by the Failed Bank before it establishes new deposit account relationships with the depositors of the Failed Bank, the Assuming Institution shall give notice by mail of such changed fees to such depositors.
ARTICLE VI
RECORDS
     6.1 Transfer of Records.
     (a) In accordance with Sections 2.1 and 3.1, the Receiver assigns, transfers, conveys and delivers to the Assuming Institution, whether located on Bank Premises occupied or not occupied by the Assuming Institution or at any other location, the following:
          (i) all Records pertaining to the Deposit liabilities of the Failed Bank assumed by the Assuming Institution under this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the following:
          (A) signature cards, orders, contracts between the Failed Bank and its depositors and Records of similar character;
          (B) passbooks of depositors held by the Failed Bank, deposit slips, cancelled checks and withdrawal orders representing charges to accounts of depositors; and
          (ii) all Records pertaining to the Assets, including, but not limited to, the following:
          (A) records of deposit balances carried with other banks, bankers or trust companies;
          (B) Loan and collateral records and Credit Files and other documents;
          (C) deeds, mortgages, abstracts, surveys, and other instruments or records of title pertaining to real estate or real estate mortgages;

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          (D) signature cards, agreements and records pertaining to Safe Deposit Boxes, if any; and
          (E) records pertaining to the credit card business, trust business or safekeeping business of the Failed Bank, if any.
     (b) The Receiver, at its option, may assign and transfer to the Assuming Institution by a single blanket assignment or otherwise, as soon as practicable after Bank Closing, any other Records not assigned and transferred to the Assuming Institution as provided in this Agreement, whether located on Bank Premises occupied or not occupied by the Assuming Institution or at any other location, including but not limited to loan disbursement checks, general ledger tickets, official bank checks, proof transactions (including proof tapes) and paid out loan files.
     6.2 Delivery of Assigned Records. The Receiver shall deliver to the Assuming Institution all Records described in (i) Section 6.1(a) as soon as practicable on or after the date of this Agreement, and (ii) Section 6.1(b) as soon as practicable after making any assignment described therein.
     6.3 Preservation of Records. The Assuming Institution agrees that it will preserve and maintain for the joint benefit of the Receiver, the Corporation and the Assuming Institution, all Records of which it has custody for such period as either the Receiver or the Corporation in its discretion may require, until directed otherwise, in writing, by the Receiver or Corporation. The Assuming Institution shall have the primary responsibility to respond to subpoenas, discovery requests, and other similar official inquiries and customer requests for lien releases with respect to the Records of which it has custody.
     6.4 Access to Records; Copies. The Assuming Institution agrees to permit the Receiver and the Corporation access to all Records of which the Assuming Institution has custody, and to use, inspect, make extracts from or request copies of any such Records in the manner and to the extent requested, and to duplicate, in the discretion of the Receiver or the Corporation, any Record in the form of microfilm or microfiche pertaining to Deposit account relationships; provided, that in the event that the Failed Bank maintained one or more duplicate copies of such microfilm or microfiche Records, the Assuming Institution hereby assigns, transfers, and conveys to the Corporation one such duplicate copy of each such Record without cost to the Corporation, and agrees to deliver to the Corporation all Records assigned and transferred to the Corporation under this Article VI as soon as practicable on or after the date of this Agreement. The party requesting a copy of any Record shall bear the cost (based on standard accepted industry charges to the extent applicable, as determined by the Receiver) for providing such duplicate Records. A copy of each Record requested shall be provided as soon as practicable by the party having custody thereof.
ARTICLE VII
BID; INITIAL PAYMENT
          The Assuming Institution has submitted to the Receiver a Deposit premium bid of 0.40% and an Asset premium bid of 2.7% (the “Bid Amount”). The Deposit premium bid will

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be applied to the total of all Assumed Deposits except for brokered, CDARS, and any market place or similar subscription services Deposits. The Asset premium bid will be applied to the purchase price of all Assets acquired. On the Payment Date, the Assuming Bank will pay to the Corporation, or the Corporation will pay to the Assuming Bank, as the case may be, the Initial Payment, together with interest on such amount (if the Payment Date is not the day following the day of the Bank Closing Date) from and including the day following the Bank Closing Date to and including the day preceding the Payment Date at the Settlement Interest Rate.
ARTICLE VIII
ADJUSTMENTS
     8.1 Pro Forma Statement. The Receiver, as soon as practicable after Bank Closing, in accordance with the best information then available, shall provide to the Assuming Institution a pro forma statement reflecting any adjustments of such liabilities and assets as may be necessary. Such pro forma statement shall take into account, to the extent possible, (i) liabilities and assets of a nature similar to those contemplated by Section 2.1 or Section 3.1, respectively, which at Bank Closing were carried in the Failed Bank’s suspense accounts, (ii) accruals as of Bank Closing for all income related to the assets and business of the Failed Bank acquired by the Assuming Institution hereunder, whether or not such accruals were reflected on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank in the normal course of its operations, and (iii) adjustments to determine the Book Value of any investment in an Acquired Subsidiary and related accounts on the “bank only” (unconsolidated) balance sheet of the Failed Bank based on the equity method of accounting, whether or not the Failed Bank used the equity method of accounting for investments in subsidiaries, except that the resulting amount cannot be less than the Acquired Subsidiary’s recorded equity as of Bank Closing as reflected on the Accounting Records of the Acquired Subsidiary. Any Loan purchased by the Assuming Institution pursuant to Section 3.1 which the Failed Bank charged off during the period beginning the day after the Bid Valuation Date to the date of Bank Closing shall be deemed not to be charged off for the purposes of the pro forma statement, and the purchase price shall be determined pursuant to Section 3.2.
     8.2 Correction of Errors and Omissions; Other Liabilities.
     (a) In the event any bookkeeping omissions or errors are discovered in preparing any pro forma statement or in completing the transfers and assumptions contemplated hereby, the parties hereto agree to correct such errors and omissions, it being understood that, as far as practicable, all adjustments will be made consistent with the judgments, methods, policies or accounting principles utilized by the Failed Bank in preparing and maintaining Accounting Records, except that adjustments made pursuant to this Section 8.2(a) are not intended to bring the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank into accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
     (b) If the Receiver discovers at any time subsequent to the date of this Agreement that any claim exists against the Failed Bank which is of such a nature that it would have been included in the liabilities assumed under Article II had the existence of such claim or the facts giving rise thereto been known as of Bank Closing, the Receiver may, in its discretion, at any time, require that such claim be assumed by the Assuming Institution in a manner consistent with

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the intent of this Agreement. The Receiver will make appropriate adjustments to the pro forma statement provided by the Receiver to the Assuming Institution pursuant to Section 8.1 as may be necessary.
     8.3 Payments. The Receiver agrees to cause to be paid to the Assuming Institution, or the Assuming Institution agrees to pay to the Receiver, as the case may be, on the Settlement Date, a payment in an amount which reflects net adjustments (including any costs, expenses and fees associated with determinations of value as provided in this Agreement) made pursuant to Section 8.1 or Section 8.2, plus interest as provided in Section 8.4. The Receiver and the Assuming Institution agree to effect on the Settlement Date any further transfer of assets to or assumption of liabilities or claims by the Assuming Institution as may be necessary in accordance with Section 8.1 or Section 8.2.
     8.4 Interest. Any amounts paid under Section 8.3 or Section 8.5, shall bear interest for the period from and including the day following Bank Closing to and including the day preceding the payment at the Settlement Interest Rate.
     8.5 Subsequent Adjustments. In the event that the Assuming Institution or the Receiver discovers any errors or omissions as contemplated by Section 8.2 or any error with respect to the payment made under Section 8.3 after the Settlement Date, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver agree to promptly correct any such errors or omissions, make any payments and effect any transfers or assumptions as may be necessary to reflect any such correction plus interest as provided in Section 8.4.
ARTICLE IX
CONTINUING COOPERATION
     9.1 General Matters. The parties hereto agree that they will, in good faith and with their best efforts, cooperate with each other to carry out the transactions contemplated by this Agreement and to effect the purposes hereof.
     9.2 Additional Title Documents. The Receiver, the Corporation and the Assuming Institution each agree, at any time, and from time to time, upon the request of any party hereto, to execute and deliver such additional instruments and documents of conveyance as shall be reasonably necessary to vest in the appropriate party its full legal or equitable title in and to the property transferred pursuant to this Agreement or to be transferred in accordance herewith. The Assuming Institution shall prepare such instruments and documents of conveyance (in form and substance satisfactory to the Receiver) as shall be necessary to vest title to the Assets in the Assuming Institution. The Assuming Institution shall be responsible for recording such instruments and documents of conveyance at its own expense.
     9.3 Claims and Suits.
     (a) The Receiver shall have the right, in its discretion, to (i) defend or settle any claim or suit against the Assuming Institution with respect to which the Receiver has indemnified the Assuming Institution in the same manner and to the same extent as provided in Article XII, and

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(ii) defend or settle any claim or suit against the Assuming Institution with respect to any Liability Assumed, which claim or suit may result in a loss to the Receiver arising out of or related to this Agreement, or which existed against the Failed Bank on or before Bank Closing. The exercise by the Receiver of any rights under this Section 9.3(a) shall not release the Assuming Institution with respect to any of its obligations under this Agreement.
     (b) In the event any action at law or in equity shall be instituted by any Person against the Receiver and the Corporation as codefendants with respect to any asset of the Failed Bank retained or acquired pursuant to this Agreement by the Receiver, the Receiver agrees, at the request of the Corporation, to join with the Corporation in a petition to remove the action to the United States District Court for the proper district. The Receiver agrees to institute, with or without joinder of the Corporation as co-plaintiff, any action with respect to any such retained or acquired asset or any matter connected therewith whenever notice requiring such action shall be given by the Corporation to the Receiver.
     9.4 Payment of Deposits. In the event any depositor does not accept the obligation of the Assuming Institution to pay any Deposit liability of the Failed Bank assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement and asserts a claim against the Receiver for all or any portion of any such Deposit liability, the Assuming Institution agrees on demand to provide to the Receiver funds sufficient to pay such claim in an amount not in excess of the Deposit liability reflected on the books of the Assuming Institution at the time such claim is made. Upon payment by the Assuming Institution to the Receiver of such amount, the Assuming Institution shall be discharged from any further obligation under this Agreement to pay to any such depositor the amount of such Deposit liability paid to the Receiver.
     9.5 Withheld Payments. At any time, the Receiver or the Corporation may, in its discretion, determine that all or any portion of any deposit balance assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement does not constitute a “Deposit” (or otherwise, in its discretion, determine that it is the best interest of the Receiver or Corporation to withhold all or any portion of any deposit), and may direct the Assuming Institution to withhold payment of all or any portion of any such deposit balance. Upon such direction, the Assuming Institution agrees to hold such deposit and not to make any payment of such deposit balance to or on behalf of the depositor, or to itself, whether by way of transfer, set-off, or otherwise. The Assuming Institution agrees to maintain the “withheld payment” status of any such deposit balance until directed in writing by the Receiver or the Corporation as to its disposition. At the direction of the Receiver or the Corporation, the Assuming Institution shall return all or any portion of such deposit balance to the Receiver or the Corporation, as appropriate, and thereupon the Assuming Institution shall be discharged from any further liability to such depositor with respect to such returned deposit balance. If such deposit balance has been paid to the depositor prior to a demand for return by the Corporation or the Receiver, and payment of such deposit balance had not been previously withheld pursuant to this Section, the Assuming Institution shall not be obligated to return such deposit balance to the Receiver or the Corporation. The Assuming Institution shall be obligated to reimburse the Corporation or the Receiver, as the case may be, for the amount of any deposit balance or portion thereof paid by the Assuming Institution in contravention of any previous direction to withhold payment of such deposit balance or return such deposit balance the payment of which was withheld pursuant to this Section.

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     9.6 Proceedings with Respect to Certain Assets and Liabilities.
     (a) In connection with any investigation, proceeding or other matter with respect to any asset or liability of the Failed Bank retained by the Receiver, or any asset of the Failed Bank acquired by the Receiver pursuant to this Agreement, the Assuming Institution shall cooperate to the extent reasonably required by the Receiver.
     (b) In addition to its obligations under Section 6.4, the Assuming Institution shall provide representatives of the Receiver access at reasonable times and locations without other limitation or qualification to (i) its directors, officers, employees and agents and those of the Subsidiaries acquired by the Assuming Institution, and (ii) its books and records, the books and records of such Subsidiaries and all Credit Files, and copies thereof. Copies of books, records and Credit Files shall be provided by the Assuming Institution as requested by the Receiver and the costs of duplication thereof shall be borne by the Receiver.
     (c) Not later than ten (10) days after the Put Notice pursuant to Section 3.4 or the date of the notice of transfer of any Loan by the Assuming Institution to the Receiver pursuant to Section 3.6, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver such documents with respect to such Loan as the Receiver may request, including without limitation the following: (i) all related Credit Documents (other than certificates, notices and other ancillary documents), (ii) a certificate setting forth the principal amount on the date of the transfer and the amount of interest, fees and other charges then accrued and unpaid thereon, and any restrictions on transfer to which any such Loan is subject, and (iii) all Credit Files, and all documents, microfiche, microfilm and computer records (including but not limited to magnetic tape, disc storage, card forms and printed copy) maintained by, owned by, or in the possession of the Assuming Institution or any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution relating to the transferred Loan.
     9.7 Information. The Assuming Institution promptly shall provide to the Corporation such other information, including financial statements and computations, relating to the performance of the provisions of this Agreement as the Corporation or the Receiver may request from time to time, and, at the request of the Receiver, make available employees of the Failed Bank employed or retained by the Assuming Institution to assist in preparation of the pro forma statement pursuant to Section 8.1.
ARTICLE X
CONDITION PRECEDENT
     The obligations of the parties to this Agreement are subject to the Receiver and the Corporation having received at or before Bank Closing evidence reasonably satisfactory to each of any necessary approval, waiver, or other action by any governmental authority, the board of directors of the Assuming Institution, or other third party, with respect to this Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby, the closing of the Failed Bank and the appointment of the Receiver, the chartering of the Assuming Institution, and any agreements, documents, matters or proceedings contemplated hereby or thereby.

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ARTICLE XI
REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF THE ASSUMING INSTITUTION
     The Assuming Institution represents and warrants to the Corporation and the Receiver as follows:
     (a) Corporate Existence and Authority. The Assuming Institution (i) is duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of its Chartering Authority and has full power and authority to own and operate its properties and to conduct its business as now conducted by it, and (ii) has full power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement and to perform its obligations hereunder. The Assuming Institution has taken all necessary corporate action to authorize the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement and the performance of the transactions contemplated hereby.
     (b) Third Party Consents. No governmental authority or other third party consents (including but not limited to approvals, licenses, registrations or declarations) are required in connection with the execution, delivery or performance by the Assuming Institution of this Agreement, other than such consents as have been duly obtained and are in full force and effect.
     (c) Execution and Enforceability. This Agreement has been duly executed and delivered by the Assuming Institution and when this Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Corporation and the Receiver, this Agreement will constitute the legal, valid and binding obligation of the Assuming Institution, enforceable in accordance with its terms.
     (d) Compliance with Law.
          (i) Neither the Assuming Institution nor any of its Subsidiaries is in violation of any statute, regulation, order, decision, judgment or decree of, or any restriction imposed by, the United States of America, any State, municipality or other political subdivision or any agency of any of the foregoing, or any court or other tribunal having jurisdiction over the Assuming Institution or any of its Subsidiaries or any assets of any such Person, or any foreign government or agency thereof having such jurisdiction, with respect to the conduct of the business of the Assuming Institution or of any of its Subsidiaries, or the ownership of the properties of the Assuming Institution or any of its Subsidiaries, which, either individually or in the aggregate with all other such violations, would materially and adversely affect the business, operations or condition (financial or otherwise) of the Assuming Institution or the ability of the Assuming Institution to perform, satisfy or observe any obligation or condition under this Agreement.
          (ii) Neither the execution and delivery nor the performance by the Assuming Institution of this Agreement will result in any violation by the Assuming Institution of, or be in conflict with, any provision of any applicable law or regulation, or any order, writ or decree of any court or governmental authority.
     e) Representations Remain True. The Assuming Institution represents and warrants that it has executed and delivered to the Corporation a Purchaser Eligibility

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Certification and Confidentiality Agreement and that all information provided and representations made by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution in connection with this Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby, including, but not limited to, the Purchaser Eligibility Certification and Confidentiality Agreement (which are affirmed and ratified hereby) are and remain true and correct in all material respects and do not fail to state any fact required to make the information contained therein not misleading.
ARTICLE XII
INDEMNIFICATION
     12.1 Indemnification of Indemnitees. From and after Bank Closing and subject to the limitations set forth in this Section and Section 12.6 and compliance by the Indemnitees with Section 12.2, the Receiver agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Indemnitees against any and all costs, losses, liabilities, expenses (including attorneys’ fees) incurred prior to the assumption of defense by the Receiver pursuant to paragraph (d) of Section 12.2, judgments, fines and amounts paid in settlement actually and reasonably incurred in connection with claims against any Indemnitee based on liabilities of the Failed Bank that are not assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement or subsequent to the execution hereof by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution for which indemnification is provided hereunder in (a) of this Section 12.1, subject to certain exclusions as provided in (b) of this Section 12.1:
     (a)
          (1) claims based on the rights of any shareholder or former shareholder as such of (x) the Failed Bank, or (y) any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank;
          (2) claims based on the rights of any creditor as such of the Failed Bank, or any creditor as such of any director, officer, employee or agent of the Failed Bank, with respect to any indebtedness or other obligation of the Failed Bank arising prior to Bank Closing;
          (3) claims based on the rights of any present or former director, officer, employee or agent as such of the Failed Bank or of any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank;
          (4) claims based on any action or inaction prior to Bank Closing of the Failed Bank, its directors, officers, employees or agents as such, or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank, or the directors, officers, employees or agents as such of such Subsidiary or Affiliate;
          (5) claims based on any malfeasance, misfeasance or nonfeasance of the Failed Bank, its directors, officers, employees or agents with respect to the trust business of the Failed Bank, if any;
          (6) claims based on any failure or alleged failure (not in violation of law) by the Assuming Institution to continue to perform any service or activity previously performed by the Failed Bank which the Assuming Institution is not required to perform pursuant to this

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Agreement or which arise under any contract to which the Failed Bank was a party which the Assuming Institution elected not to assume in accordance with this Agreement and which neither the Assuming Institution nor any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution has assumed subsequent to the execution hereof;
          (7) claims arising from any action or inaction of any Indemnitee, including for purposes of this Section 12.1(a)(7) the former officers or employees of the Failed Bank or of any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank that is taken upon the specific written direction of the Corporation or the Receiver, other than any action or inaction taken in a manner constituting bad faith, gross negligence or willful misconduct; and
          (8) claims based on the rights of any depositor of the Failed Bank whose deposit has been accorded “withheld payment” status and/or returned to the Receiver or Corporation in accordance with Section 9.5 and/or has become an “unclaimed deposit” or has been returned to the Corporation or the Receiver in accordance with Section 2.3;
     (b) provided, that, with respect to this Agreement, except for paragraphs (7) and (8) of Section 12.1(a), no indemnification will be provided under this Agreement for any:
          (1) judgment or fine against, or any amount paid in settlement (without the written approval of the Receiver) by, any Indemnitee in connection with any action that seeks damages against any Indemnitee (a “counter claim”) arising with respect to any Asset and based on any action or inaction of either the Failed Bank, its directors, officers, employees or agents as such prior to Bank Closing, unless any such judgment, fine or amount paid in settlement exceeds the greater of (i) the Repurchase Price of such Asset, or (ii) the monetary recovery sought on such Asset by the Assuming Institution in the cause of action from which the counterclaim arises; and in such event the Receiver will provide indemnification only in the amount of such excess; and no indemnification will be provided for any costs or expenses other than any costs or expenses (including attorneys’ fees) which, in the determination of the Receiver, have been actually and reasonably incurred by such Indemnitee in connection with the defense of any such counterclaim; and it is expressly agreed that the Receiver reserves the right to intervene, in its discretion, on its behalf and/or on behalf of the Receiver, in the defense of any such counterclaim;
          (2) claims with respect to any liability or obligation of the Failed Bank that is expressly assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement or subsequent to the execution hereof by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution;
          (3) claims with respect to any liability of the Failed Bank to any present or former employee as such of the Failed Bank or of any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank, which liability is expressly assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement or subsequent to the execution hereof by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution;

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          (4) claims based on the failure of any Indemnitee to seek recovery of damages from the Receiver for any claims based upon any action or inaction of the Failed Bank, its directors, officers, employees or agents as fiduciary, agent or custodian prior to Bank Closing;
          (5) claims based on any violation or alleged violation by any Indemnitee of the antitrust, branching, banking or bank holding company or securities laws of the United States of America or any State thereof;
          (6) claims based on the rights of any present or former creditor, customer, or supplier as such of the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution;
          (7) claims based on the rights of any present or former shareholder as such of the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution regardless of whether any such present or former shareholder is also a present or former shareholder of the Failed Bank;
          (8) claims, if the Receiver determines that the effect of providing such indemnification would be to (i) expand or alter the provisions of any warranty or disclaimer thereof provided in Section 3.3 or any other provision of this Agreement, or (ii) create any warranty not expressly provided under this Agreement;
          (9) claims which could have been enforced against any Indemnitee had the Assuming Institution not entered into this Agreement;
          (10) claims based on any liability for taxes or fees assessed with respect to the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, including without limitation any subsequent transfer of any Assets or Liabilities Assumed to any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution;
          (11) except as expressly provided in this Article XII, claims based on any action or inaction of any Indemnitee, and nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to provide indemnification for (i) the Failed Bank, (ii) any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Failed Bank, or (iii) any present or former director, officer, employee or agent of the Failed Bank or its Subsidiaries or Affiliates; provided, that the Receiver, in its discretion, may provide indemnification hereunder for any present or former director, officer, employee or agent of the Failed Bank or its Subsidiaries or Affiliates who is also or becomes a director, officer, employee or agent of the Assuming Institution or its Subsidiaries or Affiliates;
          (12) claims or actions which constitute a breach by the Assuming Institution of the representations and warranties contained in Article XI;
          (13) claims arising out of or relating to the condition of or generated by an Asset arising from or relating to the presence, storage or release of any hazardous or toxic substance, or any pollutant or contaminant, or condition of such Asset which violate any applicable Federal, State or local law or regulation concerning environmental protection; and

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          (14) claims based on, related to or arising from any asset, including a loan, acquired or liability assumed by the Assuming Institution, other than pursuant to this Agreement.
     12.2 Conditions Precedent to Indemnification. It shall be a condition precedent to the obligation of the Receiver to indemnify any Person pursuant to this Article XII that such Person shall, with respect to any claim made or threatened against such Person for which such Person is or may be entitled to indemnification hereunder:
     (a) give written notice to the Regional Counsel (Litigation Branch) of the Corporation in the manner and at the address provided in Section 13.7 of such claim as soon as practicable after such claim is made or threatened; provided, that notice must be given on or before the date which is six (6) years from the date of this Agreement;
     (b) provide to the Receiver such information and cooperation with respect to such claim as the Receiver may reasonably require;
     (c) cooperate and take all steps, as the Receiver may reasonably require, to preserve and protect any defense to such claim;
     (d) in the event suit is brought with respect to such claim, upon reasonable prior notice, afford to the Receiver the right, which the Receiver may exercise in its sole discretion, to conduct the investigation, control the defense and effect settlement of such claim, including without limitation the right to designate counsel and to control all negotiations, litigation, arbitration, settlements, compromises and appeals of any such claim, all of which shall be at the expense of the Receiver; provided, that the Receiver shall have notified the Person claiming indemnification in writing that such claim is a claim with respect to which the Person claiming indemnification is entitled to indemnification under this Article XII;
     (e) not incur any costs or expenses in connection with any response or suit with respect to such claim, unless such costs or expenses were incurred upon the written direction of the Receiver; provided, that the Receiver shall not be obligated to reimburse the amount of any such costs or expenses unless such costs or expenses were incurred upon the written direction of the Receiver;
     (f) not release or settle such claim or make any payment or admission with respect thereto, unless the Receiver consents in writing thereto, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld; provided, that the Receiver shall not be obligated to reimburse the amount of any such settlement or payment unless such settlement or payment was effected upon the written direction of the Receiver; and
     (g) take reasonable action as the Receiver may request in writing as necessary to preserve, protect or enforce the rights of the indemnified Person against any Primary Indemnitor.
     12.3 No Additional Warranty. Nothing in this Article XII shall be construed or deemed to (i) expand or otherwise alter any warranty or disclaimer thereof provided under Section 3.3 or any other provision of this Agreement with respect to, among other matters, the

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title, value, collectability, genuineness, enforceability or condition of any (x) Asset, or (y) asset of the Failed Bank purchased by the Assuming Institution subsequent to the execution of this Agreement by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution, or (ii) create any warranty not expressly provided under this Agreement with respect thereto.
     12.4 Indemnification of Receiver and Corporation. From and after Bank Closing, the Assuming Institution agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Corporation and the Receiver and their respective directors, officers, employees and agents from and against any and all costs, losses, liabilities, expenses (including attorneys’ fees), judgments, fines and amounts paid in settlement actually and reasonably incurred in connection with any of the following:
     (a) claims based on any and all liabilities or obligations of the Failed Bank assumed by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Agreement or subsequent to the execution hereof by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary or Affiliate of the Assuming Institution, whether or not any such liabilities subsequently are sold and/or transferred, other than any claim based upon any action or inaction of any Indemnitee as provided in paragraph (7) or (8) of Section 12.1(a); and
     (b) claims based on any act or omission of any Indemnitee (including but not limited to claims of any Person claiming any right or title by or through the Assuming Institution with respect to Assets transferred to the Receiver pursuant to Section 3.4 or 3.6), other than any action or inaction of any Indemnitee as provided in paragraph (7) or (8) of Section 12.1(a).
     12.5 Obligations Supplemental. The obligations of the Receiver, and the Corporation as guarantor in accordance with Section 12.7, to provide indemnification under this Article XII are to supplement any amount payable by any Primary Indemnitor to the Person indemnified under this Article XII. Consistent with that intent, the Receiver agrees only to make payments pursuant to such indemnification to the extent not payable by a Primary Indemnitor. If the aggregate amount of payments by the Receiver, or the Corporation as guarantor in accordance with Section 12.7, and all Primary Indemnitors with respect to any item of indemnification under this Article XII exceeds the amount payable with respect to such item, such Person being indemnified shall notify the Receiver thereof and, upon the request of the Receiver, shall promptly pay to the Receiver, or the Corporation as appropriate, the amount of the Receiver’s (or Corporation’s) payments to the extent of such excess.
     12.6 Criminal Claims. Notwithstanding any provision of this Article XII to the contrary, in the event that any Person being indemnified under this Article XII shall become involved in any criminal action, suit or proceeding, whether judicial, administrative or investigative, the Receiver shall have no obligation hereunder to indemnify such Person for liability with respect to any criminal act or to the extent any costs or expenses are attributable to the defense against the allegation of any criminal act, unless (i) the Person is successful on the merits or otherwise in the defense against any such action, suit or proceeding, or (ii) such action, suit or proceeding is terminated without the imposition of liability on such Person.
     12.7 Limited Guaranty of the Corporation. The Corporation hereby guarantees performance of the Receiver’s obligation to indemnify the Assuming Institution as set forth in

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this Article XII. It is a condition to the Corporation’s obligation hereunder that the Assuming Institution shall comply in all respects with the applicable provisions of this Article XII. The Corporation shall be liable hereunder only for such amounts, if any, as the Receiver is obligated to pay under the terms of this Article XII but shall fail to pay. Except as otherwise provided above in this Section 12.7, nothing in this Article XII is intended or shall be construed to create any liability or obligation on the part of the Corporation, the United States of America or any department or agency thereof under or with respect to this Article XII, or any provision hereof, it being the intention of the parties hereto that the obligations undertaken by the Receiver under this Article XII are the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Receiver and no other Person or entity.
     12.8 Subrogation. Upon payment by the Receiver, or the Corporation as guarantor in accordance with Section 12.7, to any Indemnitee for any claims indemnified by the Receiver under this Article XII, the Receiver, or the Corporation as appropriate, shall become subrogated to all rights of the Indemnitee against any other Person to the extent of such payment.
ARTICLE XIII
MISCELLANEOUS
     13.1 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, and the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, including the Schedules and Exhibits thereto, embodies the entire agreement of the parties hereto in relation to the subject matter herein and supersedes all prior understandings or agreements, oral or written, between the parties.
     13.2 Headings. The headings and subheadings of the Table of Contents, Articles and Sections contained in this Agreement, except the terms identified for definition in Article I and elsewhere in this Agreement, are inserted for convenience only and shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement or any provision hereof.
     13.3 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts and by the duly authorized representative of a different party hereto on separate counterparts, each of which when so executed shall be deemed to be an original and all of which when taken together shall constitute one and the same Agreement.
     13.4 GOVERNING LAW. THIS AGREEMENT, THE SINGLE FAMILY SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT, AND THE COMMERCIAL SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT AND THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER AND THEREUNDER SHALL BE GOVERNED BY AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL LAW OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AND IN THE ABSENCE OF CONTROLLING FEDERAL LAW, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE IN WHICH THE MAIN OFFICE OF THE FAILED BANK IS LOCATED.
     13.5 Successors. All terms and conditions of this Agreement shall be binding on the successors and assigns of the Receiver, the Corporation and the Assuming Institution. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, nothing expressed or referred to in this Agreement is intended or shall be construed to give any Person other than the Receiver, the

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Corporation and the Assuming Institution any legal or equitable right, remedy or claim under or with respect to this Agreement or any provisions contained herein, it being the intention of the parties hereto that this Agreement, the obligations and statements of responsibilities hereunder, and all other conditions and provisions hereof are for the sole and exclusive benefit of the Receiver, the Corporation and the Assuming Institution and for the benefit of no other Person.
     13.6 Modification; Assignment. No amendment or other modification, rescission, release, or assignment of any part of this Agreement, the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, and the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement shall be effective except pursuant to a written agreement subscribed by the duly authorized representatives of the parties hereto.
     13.7 Notice. Any notice, request, demand, consent, approval or other communication to any party hereto shall be effective when received and shall be given in writing, and delivered in person against receipt therefore, or sent by certified mail, postage prepaid, courier service, telex, facsimile transmission or email to such party (with copies as indicated below) at its address set forth below or at such other address as it shall hereafter furnish in writing to the other parties. All such notices and other communications shall be deemed given on the date received by the addressee.
Assuming Institution
FirstMerit Bank, National Association
III Cascade Plaza
Akron, Ohio 44308
Attention: Terrence E. Bichsel
with a copy to: Mark N. DuHamel
Receiver and Corporation
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Receiver of Midwest Bank and Trust Company
1601 Bryan Street, Suite 1700
Dallas, Texas 75201
Attention: Settlement Manager
and with respect to notice under Article XII:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Receiver of Midwest Bank and Trust Company
1601 Bryan Street, Suite 1700
Dallas, Texas 75201
Attention: Regional Counsel (Litigation Branch)

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     13.8 Manner of Payment. All payments due under this Agreement shall be in lawful money of the United States of America in immediately available funds as each party hereto may specify to the other parties; provided, that in the event the Receiver or the Corporation is obligated to make any payment hereunder in the amount of $25,000.00 or less, such payment may be made by check.
     13.9 Costs, Fees and Expenses. Except as otherwise specifically provided herein, each party hereto agrees to pay all costs, fees and expenses which it has incurred in connection with or incidental to the matters contained in this Agreement, including without limitation any fees and disbursements to its accountants and counsel; provided, that the Assuming Institution shall pay all fees, costs and expenses (other than attorneys’ fees incurred by the Receiver) incurred in connection with the transfer to it of any Assets or Liabilities Assumed hereunder or in accordance herewith.
     13.10 Waiver. Each of the Receiver, the Corporation and the Assuming Institution may waive its respective rights, powers or privileges under this Agreement; provided, that such waiver shall be in writing; and further provided, that no failure or delay on the part of the Receiver, the Corporation or the Assuming Institution to exercise any right, power or privilege under this Agreement shall operate as a waiver thereof, nor will any single or partial exercise of any right, power or privilege under this Agreement preclude any other or further exercise thereof or the exercise of any other right, power or privilege by the Receiver, the Corporation, or the Assuming Institution under this Agreement, nor will any such waiver operate or be construed as a future waiver of such right, power or privilege under this Agreement.
     13.11 Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is declared invalid or unenforceable, then, to the extent possible, all of the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect and shall be binding upon the parties hereto.
     13.12 Term of Agreement. This Agreement shall continue in full force and effect until the tenth (10th) anniversary of Bank Closing; provided, that the provisions of Section 6.3 and 6.4 shall survive the expiration of the term of this Agreement; and provided further, that the receivership of the Failed Bank may be terminated prior to the expiration of the term of this Agreement, and in such event, the guaranty of the Corporation, as provided in and in accordance with the provisions of Section 12.7 shall be in effect for the remainder of the term of this Agreement. Expiration of the term of this Agreement shall not affect any claim or liability of any party with respect to any (i) amount which is owing at the time of such expiration, regardless of when such amount becomes payable, and (ii) breach of this Agreement occurring prior to such expiration, regardless of when such breach is discovered.
     13.13 Survival of Covenants, Etc. The covenants, representations, and warranties in this Agreement shall survive the execution of this Agreement and the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereunder.
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     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date first above written.
             
    FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, RECEIVER OF MIDWEST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
ELMWOOD PART, ILLINOIS
   
 
           
 
  BY:   /s/ Cathleen L. Powers    
 
           
 
  NAME:   Cathleen L. Powers    
 
  TITLE:   Receiver in Charge    
 
           
Attest:
           
/s/ Larry Hamilton
           
 
           
    FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION    
 
           
 
  BY:   /s/ Cathleen L. Powers    
 
           
 
  NAME:   Cathleen L. Powers    
 
  TITLE:   Attorney in Fact    
 
           
Attest:
           
/s/ Larry Hamilton
           
 
           
    FIRSTMERIT BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION    
 
           
 
  BY:   /s/ William P. Richgels    
 
           
 
  NAME:   William P. Richgels    
 
  TITLE:   Executive Vice President    
 
           
Attest:
           
/s/ Judith A. Steiner
           

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SCHEDULE 2.1 — Certain Liabilities Assumed by the Assuming Institution
To be provided.

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SCHEDULE 2.1(a) — Excluded Deposit Liability Accounts
None.

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SCHEDULE 3.1 — Certain Assets Purchased
SEE ATTACHED LIST
THE LIST(S) ATTACHED TO THIS SCHEDULE (OR SUBSCHEDULE(S)) AND THE INFORMATION THEREIN, IS AS OF THE DATE OF THE MOST RECENT PERTINENT DATA MADE AVAILABLE TO THE ASSUMING INSTITUTION AS PART OF THE INFORMATION PACKAGE. IT WILL BE ADJUSTED TO REFLECT THE COMPOSITION AND BOOK VALUE OF THE LOANS AND ASSETS AS OF THE DATE OF BANK CLOSING. THE LIST(S) MAY NOT INCLUDE ALL LOANS AND ASSETS (E.G., CHARGED OFF LOANS). THE LIST(S) MAY BE REPLACED WITH A MORE ACCURATE LIST POST CLOSING.

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SCHEDULE 3.2 — Purchase Price of Assets or assets
         
(a)
  cash and receivables from depository institutions, including cash items in the process of collection, plus interest thereon:   Book Value
 
       
(b)
  securities (exclusive of the capital stock of Acquired Subsidiaries, Shared-Loss Securities, FRB and FHLB stock), plus interest thereon:   As provided in Section 3.2(b)
 
       
(c)
  federal funds sold and repurchase agreements, if any, including interest thereon:   Book Value
 
       
(d)
  Loans:   Book Value
 
       
(e)
  credit card business, if any, including all outstanding extensions of credit and offensive litigation, but excluding any class action lawsuits related to the credit card business:   Book Value
 
       
(f)
  Safe Deposit Boxes and related business, safekeeping business and trust business, if any:   Book Value
 
       
(g)
  Records and other documents:   Book Value
 
       
(h)
  Other Real Estate   Book Value
 
       
(i)
  boats, motor vehicles, aircraft, trailers, fire
arms, repossessed collateral
  Book Value
 
       
(j)
  capital stock of any Acquired Subsidiaries and FRB and FHLB stock:   Book Value
 
       
(k)
  amounts owed to the Failed Bank by any Acquired Subsidiary:   Book Value
 
       
(l)
  assets securing Deposits of public money, to the extent not otherwise purchased hereunder:   Book Value

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(m)
  Overdrafts of customers:   Book Value
 
       
(n)
  rights, if any, with respect to Qualified Financial Contracts.   As provided in Section 3.2(c)
 
       
(o)
  rights of the Failed Bank to provide mortgage servicing for others and to have mortgage servicing provided to the Failed Bank by others and related contracts.   Book Value
 
       
(p)
  Shared-Loss Securities   Book Value
 
       
assets subject to an option to purchase:    
 
       
(a)
  Bank Premises:   Fair Market Value
 
       
(b)
  Furniture and Equipment:   Fair Market Value
 
       
(c)
  Fixtures:   Fair Market Value
 
       
(d)
  Other Equipment:   Fair Market Value

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SCHEDULE 3.5(l) – Excluded Assets
Securities
             
CUSIP   DESCRIPTION   ORIGINAL FACE/PAR
313400673  
FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP
  $ 5,000,000.00  
313400673  
FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP
  $ 12,000,000.00  
313586828  
FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN
  $ 6,000,000.00  
313586877  
FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN
  $ 3,700,000.00  
74042TAA9  
PRETSL XXVII A1
  $ 11,500,000.00  
CRA Investments
Midwest Bank and Trust Company
CRA Investments
As of 03/02/10
                 
GL ACCTNO   DESCRIPTION   AMOUNT
  190500    
INVESTMENT IN CEF 2001
    907,285.94  
  190501    
INVESTMENT IN GMB
    1,250,042.00  
  190502    
INVESTMENT IN CEF 2002
    618,297.83  
  190503    
INVESTMENT IN IEF 2002
    703,621.61  
  190505    
INVEST IN NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERV
    1,707,237.45  
  190506    
INVESTMENT IN CEF 2003
    605,408.26  
  190507    
INVESTMENT IN IEF 2003
    661,473.23  
  190508    
INVESTMENT IN CRF 2003
    255,369.89  
  190509    
INVESTMENT IN NEW LIFE COMMUNITY
    1,176,440.21  
  190510    
INVESTMENT IN IFF 2005
    2,440,367.54  
  190511    
INVESTMENT IN CRF 2005
    260,831.39  
  190512    
INVESTMENT IN NHS 2005
    121,920.80  
  190513    
INVESTMENT IN IFF 2006
    1,236,481.79  
  190514    
INV IN SOLOMON HESS SBA LOAN FUND
    5,000,000.00  
  190515    
INVESTMENT IN IFF 2007
    959,455.06  
  190516    
INVESTMENT IN COMREINVEST V
    30,117.00  
  190517    
INVESTMENT IN IFF 2008
    1,175,768.24  
  190518    
INVESTMENT IN IFF 2009
    1,019,955.16  
       
Total
    20,130,073.40  

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SCHEDULE 4.15A
LOANS SUBJECT TO LOSS SHARING UNDER THE
SINGLE FAMILY SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
To be provided.

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SCHEDULE 4.15B
LOANS SUBJECT TO LOSS SHARING UNDER THE
COMMERCIAL SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
To be provided.

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SCHEDULE 4.15C
SHARED-LOSS SECURITIES
NONE

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SCHEDULE 7 -Accounts Excluded from Calculation of Deposit Franchise Bid Premium
Midwest Bank and Trust Company
Chicago, IL
The accounts identified below will pass to the Assuming Bank (unless otherwise noted). When calculating the premium to be paid on Assumed Deposits in a P&A transaction, the FDIC will exclude the following categories of deposit accounts:
                 
        As of      
Category   Description   Date   Amount  
I (a)  
Non- DO Brokered Deposits (P&I)
  03/02/10   $ 1,140,098.73  
I (b)  
DO Brokered Deposits (P&I)
  03/02/10   $ 433,270,386.46  
II  
CDARS (P&I)
  03/02/10   $ 44,092,299.44  
III  
Market Place Deposits-QwickRate (P&I)
  03/02/10   $ 102,702,619.57  
   
 
         
   
Total deposits excluded from Calculation of premium
  $ 581,205,404.20  
   
 
         
Category Description
Brokered Deposits
I (a) Brokered deposit accounts are accounts for which the “depositor of record” is an agent, nominee, or custodian who deposits funds for a principal or principals to whom “pass-through” deposit insurance coverage may be extended. The FDIC separates brokered deposit accounts into 2 categories: 1) Depository Organization (DO) Brokered Deposits and 2) Non-Depository Organization (Non-DO) Brokered Deposits. This distinction is made by the FDIC to facilitate our role as Receiver and Insurer. These terms will not appear on other “brokered deposit” reports generated by the institution.
Non-DO Brokered Deposits pass to the Assuming Bank, but are excluded from Assumed Deposits when the deposit premium is calculated. Please see the “Schedule 7 Non-DO Broker Deposit Detail Report” for a listing of these accounts. This list will be updated post closing with balances as of Bank Closing date.
I (b) DO Brokered Deposits (Cede & Co as Nominee for DTC), ARE INCLUDED IN “Assumed Deposits,” in the P&A transaction. A list of these accounts will be provided. These DO Brokered Deposits will pass to the Assuming Bank and they will not be included in Assumed Deposits for purposes of calculating the deposit premium.
II CDARS
CDARS deposits pass to the Assuming Bank, but are excluded from Assumed Deposits when the deposit premium is calculated.
The bank did participate in the CDARS program as of the date of the deposit download. If CDARS deposits are taken between the date of the deposit download and the Bank Closing Date, they will be identified post closing and made part of Schedule 7 to the P&A Agreement.
III Market Place Deposits
“Market Place Deposits” is a description given to deposits that may have been solicited via a money desk, internet subscription service (for example, QwickRate), or similar programs.
The bank utilized QwickRate.com and recorded the CDs in Internet based C/D’s, GL account 225050 as of March 2, 2010, totaled 102,622,973.00.
The deposit franchise bid premium will be calculated using account categories and balances as of Bank Closing Date that are reflected in the general ledger or subsystem as described above. The final numbers for Schedule 7 will be provided post closing.

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EXHIBIT 2.3A
FINAL NOTICE LETTER
FINAL LEGAL NOTICE
Claiming Requirements for Deposits
Under 12 U.S.C. 1822(e)
[Date]
[Name of Unclaimed Depositor]
[Address of Unclaimed Depositor]
[Anytown, USA]
Subject:   [XXXXX – Name of Bank
City, State] – In Receivership
Dear [Sir/Madam]:
          As you may know, on [Date: Closing Date], the [Name of Bank (“The Bank”)] was closed and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) transferred [The Bank’s] accounts to [Name of Acquiring Institution].
          According to federal law under 12 U.S.C., 1822(e), on [Date: eighteen months from the Closing Date], [Name of Acquiring Institution] must transfer the funds in your account(s) back to the FDIC if you have not claimed your account(s) with [Name of Acquiring Institution]. Based on the records recently supplied to us by [Name of Acquiring Institution], your account(s) currently fall into this category.
          This letter is your formal Legal Notice that you have until [Date: eighteen months from the Closing Date], to claim or arrange to continue your account(s) with [Name of Acquiring Institution]. There are several ways that you can claim your account(s) at [Name of Acquiring Institution]. It is only necessary for you to take any one of the following actions in order for your account(s) at [Name of Acquiring Institution] to be deemed claimed. In addition, if you have more than one account, your claim to one account will automatically claim all accounts:
1.   Write to [Name of Acquiring Institution] and notify them that you wish to keep your account(s) active with them. Please be sure to include the name of the account(s), the account number(s), the signature of an authorized signer on the account(s), name, and address. [Name of Acquiring Institution] address is:
[123 Main Street
Anytown, USA]
2.   Execute a new signature card on your account(s), enter into a new deposit agreement with [Name of Acquiring Institution], change the ownership on your account(s), or renegotiate the terms of your certificate of deposit account(s) (if any).
3.   Provide [Name of Acquiring Institution] with a change of address form.

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4.   Make a deposit to or withdrawal from your account(s). This includes writing a check on any account or having an automatic direct deposit credited to or an automatic withdrawal debited from an account.
          If you do not want to continue your account(s) with [Name of Acquiring Institution] for any reason, you can withdraw your funds and close your account(s). Withdrawing funds from one or more of your account(s) satisfies the federal law claiming requirement. If you have time deposits, such as certificates of deposit, [Name of Acquiring Institution] can advise you how to withdraw them without being charged an interest penalty for early withdrawal.
          If you do not claim ownership of your account(s) at [Name of Acquiring Institution by Date: eighteen months from the Closing Date] federal law requires [Name of Acquiring Institution] to return your deposits to the FDIC, which will deliver them as unclaimed property to the State indicated in your address in the Failed Institution’s records. If your address is outside of the United States, the FDIC will deliver the deposits to the State in which the Failed Institution had its main office. 12 U.S.C. § 1822(e). If the State accepts custody of your deposits, you will have 10 years from the date of delivery to claim your deposits from the State. After 10 years you will be permanently barred from claiming your deposits. However, if the State refuses to take custody of your deposits, you will be able to claim them from the FDIC until the receivership is terminated. If you have not claimed your insured deposits before the receivership is terminated, and a receivership may be terminated at any time, all of your rights in those deposits will be barred.
          If you have any questions or concerns about these items, please contact [Bank Employee] at [Name of Acquiring Institution] by phone at [(XXX) XXX-XXXX].
Sincerely,
[Name of Claims Specialist]
[Title]

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EXHIBIT 2.3B
AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING
AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING
State of
COUNTY OF
I am employed as a [Title of Office] by the [Name of Acquiring Institution].
This will attest that on [Date of mailing], I caused a true and correct copy of the Final Legal Notice, attached hereto, to owners of unclaimed deposits of [Name of Failed Bank], City, State, to be prepared for deposit in the mail of the United States of America on behalf of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. A list of depositors to whom the notice was mailed is attached. This notice was mailed to the depositor’s last address as reflected on the books and records of the [Name of Failed Bank] as of the date of failure.
         
 
 
 
[Name]
   
 
  [Title of Office]    
 
  [Name of Acquiring Institution]    
Subscribed and sworn to before me this                     day of [Month, Year].
My commission expires:
             
 
     
 
[Name], Notary Public
   

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EXHIBIT 3.2(c) — VALUATION OF CERTAIN
QUALIFIED FINANCIAL CONTRACTS
A.   Scope
 
    Interest Rate Contracts — All interest rate swaps, forward rate agreements, interest rate futures, caps, collars and floors, whether purchased or written.
 
    Option Contracts — All put and call option contracts, whether purchased or written, on marketable securities, financial futures, foreign currencies, foreign exchange or foreign exchange futures contracts.
 
    Foreign Exchange Contracts — All contracts for future purchase or sale of foreign currencies, foreign currency or cross currency swap contracts, or foreign exchange futures contracts.
 
B.   Exclusions
 
    All financial contracts used to hedge assets and liabilities that are acquired by the Assuming Institution but are not subject to adjustment from Book Value.
 
C.   Adjustment
 
    The difference between the Book Value and market value as of Bank Closing.
 
D.   Methodology
  1.   The price at which the Assuming Institution sells or disposes of Qualified Financial Contracts will be deemed to be the fair market value of such contracts, if such sale or disposition occurs at prevailing market rates within a predefined timetable as agreed upon by the Assuming Institution and the Receiver.
 
  2.   In valuing all other Qualified Financial Contracts, the following principles will apply:
  (i)   All known cash flows under swaps or forward exchange contracts shall be present valued to the swap zero coupon interest rate curve.
 
  (ii)   All valuations shall employ prices and interest rates based on the actual frequency of rate reset or payment.
 
  (iii)   Each tranche of amortizing contracts shall be separately valued. The total value of such amortizing contract shall be the sum of the values of its component tranches.

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  (iv)   For regularly traded contracts, valuations shall be at the midpoint of the bid and ask prices quoted by customary sources (e.g., The Wall Street Journal, Telerate, Reuters or other similar source) or regularly traded exchanges.
 
  (v)   For all other Qualified Financial Contracts where published market quotes are unavailable, the adjusted price shall be the average of the bid and ask price quotes from three (3) securities dealers acceptable to the Receiver and Assuming Institution as of Bank Closing. If quotes from securities dealers cannot be obtained, an appraiser acceptable to the Receiver and the Assuming Institution will perform a valuation based on modeling, correlation analysis, interpolation or other techniques, as appropriate.

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EXHIBIT 4.13
INTERIM ASSET SERVICING ARRANGEMENT
     (a) With respect to each asset (or liability) designated from time to time by the Receiver to be serviced by the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Arrangement, including any Assets sold by the Receiver but with respect to which the Receiver has an obligation to service or provide servicing support. (such being designated as “Pool Assets”), during the term of this Arrangement, the Assuming Institution shall:
          (i) Promptly apply payments received with respect to any Pool Assets;
          (ii) Reverse and return insufficient funds checks;
          (iii) Pay (A) participation payments to participants in Loans, as and when received; and (B) tax and insurance bills on Pool Assets as they come due, out of escrow funds maintained for purposes;
          (iv) Maintain accurate records reflecting (A) the payment history of Pool Assets, with updated information received concerning changes in the address or identity of the obligors and (B) usage of data processing equipment and employee services with respect to servicing duties;
          (v) Send billing statements to obligors on Pool Assets to the extent that such statements were sent by the Failed Bank;
          (vi) Send notices to obligors who are in default on Loans (in the same manner as the Failed Bank);
          (vii) Send to the Receiver, Attn: Managing Liquidator, at the address provided in Section 13.7 of the Agreement, or to such other person at such address as the Receiver may designate, via overnight delivery: (A) on a weekly basis, weekly reports for the Pool Assets, including, without limitation, reports reflecting collections and the trial balances, transaction journals and loan histories for Pool Assets having activity, together with copies of (1) checks received, (2) insufficient funds checks returned, (3) checks for payment to participants or for taxes and insurance, (4) pay-off requests, (5) notices to defaulted obligors, and (6) data processing and employee logs and (B) any other reports, copies or information as may be periodically or from time to time requested;
          (viii) Remit on a weekly basis to the Receiver, Attn: Division of Finance, Cashier Unit, Operations, at the address in (vii), via wire transfer to the account designated by the Receiver, or to such other person at such address and/or account as the Receiver may designate, all payments received on Pool Assets managed by the Assuming Institution or at such time and place and in such manner as may be directed by the Receiver;

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          (ix) prepare and timely file all information reports with appropriate tax authorities, and, if required by the Receiver, prepare and file tax returns and pay taxes due on or before the due date, relating to the Pool Assets; and
          (x) provide and furnish such other services, operations or functions as may be required with regard to Pool Assets, including, without limitation, as may be required with regard to any business, enterprise or agreement which is a Pool Asset, all as may be required by the Receiver.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section, the Assuming Institution shall not be required to initiate litigation or other collection proceedings against any obligor or any collateral with respect to any defaulted Loan. The Assuming Institution shall promptly notify the Receiver, at the address provided above in subparagraph (a)(vii), of any claims or legal actions regarding any Pool Asset.
     (b) The Receiver agrees to reimburse the Assuming Institution for actual, reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in connection with the performance of duties pursuant to this Arrangement, including expenses of photocopying, postage and express mail, and data processing and employee services (based upon the number of hours spent performing servicing duties).
     (c) The Assuming Bank shall provide the services described herein for a period of up to three hundred sixty-five (365) days after Bank Closing.
     (d) At any time during the term of this Arrangement, the Receiver may, upon written notice to the Assuming Institution, remove one or more Pool Assets from the Pool, at which time the Assuming Institution’s responsibility with respect thereto shall terminate.
     (e) At the expiration of this Agreement or upon the termination of the Assuming Institution’s responsibility with respect to any Pool Asset pursuant to paragraph (d) hereof, the Assuming Institution shall:
          (i) deliver to the Receiver (or its designee) all of the Credit Documents and Pool Records relating to the Pool Assets; and
          (ii) cooperate with the Receiver to facilitate the orderly transition of managing the Pool Assets to the Receiver (or its designee).
     (f) At the request of the Receiver, the Assuming Institution shall perform such transitional services with regard to the Pool Assets as the Receiver may request. Transitional services may include, without limitation, assisting in any due diligence process deemed necessary by the Receiver and providing to the Receiver or its designee(s) (x) information and data regarding the Pool Assets, including, without limitation, system reports and data downloads sufficient to transfer the Pool Assets to another system or systems, and (y) access to employees of the Assuming Institution involved in the management of, or otherwise familiar with, the Pool Assets.

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EXHIBIT 4.15A
SINGLE FAMILY SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
     This agreement for the reimbursement of loss sharing on certain single family residential mortgage loans (the “Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement”) shall apply when the Assuming Institution purchases Single Family Shared-Loss Loans as that term is defined herein. The terms hereof shall modify and supplement, as necessary, the terms of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement to which this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement is attached as Exhibit 4.15A and incorporated therein. To the extent any inconsistencies may arise between the terms of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement and this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement with respect to the subject matter of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, the terms of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement shall control. References in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement to a particular Section shall be deemed to refer to a Section in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, unless the context indicates that it is intended to be a reference to a Section of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement.
ARTICLE I — DEFINITIONS
The capitalized terms used in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement that are not defined in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement are defined in the Purchase and Assumption Agreement. In addition to the terms defined above, defined below are certain additional terms relating to loss-sharing, as used in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Accounting Records” means the subsidiary system of record on which the loan history and balance of each Single Family Shared-Loss Loan is maintained; individual loan files containing either an original or copies of documents that are customary and reasonable with respect to loan servicing, including management and disposition of Other Real Estate; the records documenting alternatives considered with respect to loans in default or for which a default is reasonably foreseeable; records of loss calculations and supporting documentation with respect to line items on the loss calculations; and, monthly delinquency reports and other performance reports customarily utilized by the Assuming Institution in management of loan portfolios.
          “Accrued Interest” means, with respect to Single Family Shared-Loss Loans, the amount of earned and unpaid interest at the note rate specified in the applicable loan documents, limited to 90 days.
          Affiliateshall have the meaning set forth in the Purchase and Assumption Agreement; provided, that, for purposes of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, no Third Party Servicer shall be deemed to be an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution.
          “Commencement Date” means the first calendar day following the Bank Closing.
          Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement” means the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement attached to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement as Exhibit 4.15B.

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          “Cumulative Loss Amount” means the sum of the Monthly Loss Amounts less the sum of all Recovery Amounts.
          “Cumulative Servicing Amount” means the sum of the Period Servicing Amounts for every consecutive twelve-month period prior to and ending on the True-Up Measurement Date in respect of each of the Shared-Loss Agreements during which the loss-sharing provisions of the applicable Shared-Loss Agreement is in effect.
          “Cumulative Shared-Loss Amount” means the excess, if any, of the Cumulative Loss Amount over the First Loss Tranche.
          “Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments” means (i) the aggregate of all of the payments made or payable to the Assuming Institution under the Shared-Loss Agreements minus (ii) the aggregate of all of the payments made or payable to the Receiver under the Shared-Loss Agreements.
          “Customary Servicing Procedures” means procedures (including collection procedures) that the Assuming Institution (or, to the extent a Third Party Servicer is engaged, the Third Party Servicer) customarily employs and exercises in servicing and administering mortgage loans for its own accounts and the servicing procedures established by FNMA or FHLMC (as in effect from time to time), which are in accordance with accepted mortgage servicing practices of prudent lending institutions.
          “Deficient Lossmeans the determination by a court in a bankruptcy proceeding that the value of the collateral is less than the amount of the loan in which case the loss will be the difference between the then unpaid principal balance (or the NPV of a modified loan that defaults) and the value of the collateral so established.
          Examination Criteriameans the loan classification criteria employed by, or any applicable regulations of, the Assuming Institution’s Chartering Authority at the time such action is taken, as such criteria may be amended from time to time.
          “Final Shared-Loss Month” means the calendar month in which the tenth anniversary of the Commencement Date occurs.
          “Foreclosure Loss” means the loss realized when the Assuming Institution has completed the foreclosure on a Single Family Shared-Loss Loan and realized final recovery on the collateral through liquidation and recovery of all insurance proceeds. Each Foreclosure Loss shall be calculated in accordance with the form and methodology specified in Exhibits 2c(1)-(3).
          “Holding Company” means any company owning Shares of the Assuming Institution that is a holding company pursuant to the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, 12 U.S.C. 1841 et seq. or the Home Owner’s Loan Act, 12 U.S.C. 1461 et seq.
          “Home Equity Loan” means a loan or funded or unfunded portions of a line of credit secured by a mortgage on a one-to four-family residences or stock of cooperative housing association, where the Failed Bank did not have a first lien on the same property as collateral.

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          Intrinsic Loss Estimatemeans total losses under the shared loss agreements in the amount of Seven Hundred Sixty Two Million Dollars ($762,000,000.00).
          “Investor-Owned Residential Loan” means a Loan, excluding advances made pursuant to a Home Equity Loan, that is secured by a mortgage on a one- to four family residences or stock of cooperative housing associations that is not owner-occupied or the borrower’s primary residence.
          “Loss” means a Foreclosure Loss, Restructuring Loss, Short Sale Loss, Portfolio Loss, Modification Default Loss or Deficient Loss.
          “Loss Amount” means the dollar amount of loss incurred and reported on the Monthly Certificate for a Shared-Loss Loan.
          “Modification Default Loss” means the loss calculated in Exhibits 2a(1)-(3) for single family loans previously modified pursuant to this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement that subsequently default and result in a foreclosure, short sale or Deficient Loss.
          “Modification Guidelineshas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(a) of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Monthly Certificate” has the meaning provided in Section 2.1(b) of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Monthly Loss Amount” means the sum of all Foreclosure Losses, Restructuring Losses, Short Sale Losses, Portfolio Losses, Modification Default Losses and Deficient Losses realized by the Assuming Institution for any Shared Loss Month.
          “Monthly Shared-Loss Amount” means the change in the Cumulative Shared-Loss Amount from the beginning of each month to the end of each month.
          “Neutral Member” has the meaning provided in Section 2. 1(f)(ii) of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Period Servicing Amount” means, for any twelve month period with respect to each of the Shared-Loss Agreements during which the loss-sharing provisions of the applicable Shared-Loss Agreement are in effect, the product of (i) the simple average of the principal amount of Shared-Loss Loans and Shared-Loss Assets (other than the Shared-Loss Securities) (in each case as defined in the Shared-Loss Agreements), as the case may be, at the beginning of such period and at the end of such period times (ii) one percent (1%).
          “Portfolio Loss” means the loss realized on either (i) a portfolio sale of Single Family Shared-Loss Loans in accordance with the terms of Article IV or (ii) the sale of a loan with the consent of the Receiver as provided in Section 2.7.
          “Recovery Amount” means, with respect to any period prior to the Termination Date, the amount of collected funds received by the Assuming Institution that (i) are applicable

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against a Foreclosure Loss calculated in accordance with Exhibits 2c(1)-(3), or (iii) gains realized from a Section 4.1 sale of Single Family Shared-Loss Loans for which the Assuming Institution has previously received a Restructuring Loss payment from the Receiver (iv) or any incentive payments from national programs paid to an investor or borrower on loans that have been modified or otherwise treated (short sale or foreclosure) in accordance with Exhibit 5.
          “Related Loans” has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.
          “Restructuring Loss” means the loss on a modified or restructured loan measured by the difference between (a) the principal, Accrued Interest, tax and insurance advances, third party or other fees due on a loan prior to the modification or restructuring, and (b) the net present value of estimated cash flows on the modified or restructured loan, discounted at the Then-Current Interest Rate. Each Restructuring Loss shall be calculated in accordance with the form and methodology attached as Exhibits 2a(1)-(3), as applicable.
          “Restructured Loan” means a Single Family Shared-Loss Loan for which the Assuming Institution has received a Restructuring Loss payment from the Receiver. This applies to owner occupied and investor owned residences.
          “Servicing Officer” has the meaning provided in Section 2.1(b) of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Shared Loss Loan” means a Single Family Shared-Loss Loan, Investor-Owned Residential Loan, Restructured Loan or Home Equity Loan.
          “Shared-Loss Month” means each calendar month between the Commencement Date and the last day of the month in which the tenth anniversary of the Commencement Date occurs, provided that, the first Shared-Loss Month shall begin on the Commencement Date and end on the last day of that month.
          “Shared-Loss Payment Trigger” means when the sum of the Cumulative Loss Amount under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement and the cumulative Shared-Loss Amounts under the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, exceeds the First Loss Tranche. If the First Loss Tranche is zero or a negative number, the Shared Loss Payment Trigger shall be deemed to have been reached upon Bank Closing.
          “Shares” means common stock and any instrument which by its terms is currently convertible into common stock, or which may become convertible into common stock.
          “Short-Sale Loss” means the loss resulting from the Assuming Institution’s agreement with the mortgagor to accept a payoff in an amount less than the balance due on the loan (including the costs of any cash incentives to borrower to agree to such sale or to maintain the property pending such sale), further provided, that each Short-Sale Loss shall be calculated in accordance with the form and methodology specified in Exhibits 2b(1)-(3).
          “Single Family Shared-Loss Loan” means a single family one-to-four owner-occupied residential mortgage loans, excluding advances made pursuant to Home Equity Loans, that is secured by a mortgage on a one-to four family residences or stock of cooperative housing

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associations (whether owned by the Assuming Institution or any Subsidiary).
          “Termination Date” means the last day of the Final Shared-Loss Month.
          “Then-Current Interest Rate” means the most recently published Freddie Mac survey rate for 30-year fixed-rate loans for Investor-Owned Loans or such other interest rate approved by the Receiver.
          “Third Party Servicer” means any servicer appointed from time to time by the Assuming Institution or any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution to service the Shared-Loss Loans on behalf of the Assuming Institution, the identity of which shall be given to the Receiver prior to or concurrent with the appointment thereof.
ARTICLE II — SHARED-LOSS ARRANGEMENT
2.1 Shared-Loss Arrangement.
          (a) Loss Mitigation and Consideration of Alternatives.
          (i) For each Single Family Shared-Loss Loan in default or for which a default is reasonably foreseeable, the Assuming Institution shall undertake reasonable and customary loss mitigation efforts, in accordance with any of the following programs selected by Assuming Institution in its sole discretion, Exhibit 5 (FDIC Mortgage Loan Modification Program), the United States Treasury’s Home Affordable Modification Program Guidelines or any other modification program approved by the United States Treasury Department, the Corporation, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or any other governmental agency (it being understood that the Assuming Institution can select different programs for the various Single Family Shared-Loss Loans) (such program chosen, the “Modification Guidelines”). After selecting the applicable Modification Guideline for each such Single Family Shared-Loss Loan, the Assuming Institution shall document its consideration of foreclosure, loan restructuring under the applicable Modification Guideline chosen, and short-sale (if short-sale is a viable option) alternatives and shall select the alternative the Assuming Institution believes, based on its estimated calculations, will result in the least Loss. If unemployment or underemployment is the primary cause for default or for which a default is reasonably foreseeable, the Assuming Institution may consider the borrower for a temporary forbearance plan which reduces the loan payment to an affordable level for at least six (6) months.
          (ii) Losses on Home Equity Loans shall be shared under the charge-off policies of the Assuming Institution’s Examination Criteria as if they were Single Family Shared-Loss Loans.
          (iii) Losses on Investor-Owned Residential Loans shall be treated as Restructured Loans, and with the consent of the Receiver can be restructured under terms separate from the Exhibit 5 standards. Please refer to Exhibits 2(a)(1)-(2) for guidance in Calculation of Loss for Restructured Loans. Losses on Investor-Owned Residential Loans will be treated as if they were Single Family Shared-Loss Loans.

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          (iv) The Assuming Institution shall retain its loss calculations for the Shared Loss Loans and such calculations shall be provided to the Receiver upon request. For the avoidance of doubt and notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, (x) the Assuming Institution is not required to modify or restructure any Shared-Loss Loan on more than one occasion and (y) the Assuming Institution is not required to consider any alternatives with respect to any Shared-Loss Loan in the process of foreclosure as of the Bank Closing if the Assuming Institution can document that a loan modification is not cost effective and shall be entitled to continue such foreclosure measures and recover the Foreclosure Loss as provided herein, and (z) the Assuming Institution shall have a transition period of up to 90 days after Bank Closing to implement the Modification Guidelines, during which time, the Assuming Institution may submit claims under such guidelines as may be in place at the Failed Bank.
          (b) Monthly Certificates.
          Not later than fifteen (15) days after the end of each Shared-Loss Month, beginning with the month in which the Commencement Date occurs and ending in the Final Shared-Loss Month, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver a certificate, signed by an officer of the Assuming Institution involved in, or responsible for, the administration and servicing of the Shared-Loss Loans whose name appears on a list of servicing officers furnished by the Assuming Institution to the Receiver, (a “Servicing Officer”) setting forth in such form and detail as the Receiver may reasonably specify (a “Monthly Certificate”):
  (i)   (A) a schedule substantially in the form of Exhibit 1 listing:
(i) each Shared-Loss Loan for which a Loss Amount (calculated in accordance with the applicable Exhibit) is being claimed, the related Loss Amount for each Shared-Loss Loan, and the total Monthly Loss Amount for all Shared-Loss Loans;
(ii) each Shared-Loss Loan for which a Recovery Amount was received, the Recovery Amount for each Shared-Loss Loan, and the total Recovery Amount for all Shared-Loss Loans;
(iii) the total Monthly Loss Amount for all Shared-Loss Loans minus the total monthly Recovery Amount for all Shared-Loss Loans;
(iv) the Cumulative Shared-Loss Amount as of the beginning and end of the month;
(v) the Monthly Shared Loss Amount;
(vi) the result obtained in (v) times 80%, which is the amount to be paid under Section 2.1(d) of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement by the Receiver to the Assuming Institution if the amount is a positive number, or by the Assuming Institution to the Receiver if the amount is a negative number;

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  (ii)   for each of the Shared-Loss Loans for which a Loss is claimed for that Shared-Loss Month, a schedule showing the calculation of the Loss Amount using the form and methodology shown in Exhibits 2a(1)-(3), Exhibit 2b, or Exhibits 2c(1)-(2), as applicable.
 
  (iii)   For each of the Restructured Loans where a gain or loss is realized in a sale under Section 4.1 or 4.2, a schedule showing the calculation using the form and methodology shown in Exhibits 2d(1)-(2).
 
  (iv)   a portfolio performance and summary schedule substantially in the form shown in Exhibit 3.
            (c) Monthly Data Download. Not later than fifteen (15) days after the end of each month, beginning with the month in which the Commencement Date occurs and ending with the Final Shared-Loss Month, Assuming Institution shall provide Receiver:
(i) the servicing file in machine-readable format including but not limited to the fields shown on Exhibit 2.1(c) for each outstanding Single Family Shared-Loss Loan, as applicable; and
(ii) an Excel file for ORE held as a result of foreclosure on a Single Family Shared-Loss Loan listing:
     (A) Foreclosure date
     (B) Unpaid loan principal balance
     (C) Appraised value or BPO value, as applicable
     (D) Projected liquidation date
     Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Assuming Institution shall not be required to provide any of the foregoing information to the extent it is unable to do so as a result of the Failed Bank’s or Receiver’s failure to provide information required to produce the information set forth in this Section 2.1(c); provided, that the Assuming Institution shall, consistent with Customary Servicing Procedures seek to produce any such missing information or improve any inaccurate information previously provided to it.
          (d) Payments With Respect to Shared-Loss Assets. After the Shared Loss Payment Trigger is reached, not later than fifteen (15) days after the date on which the Receiver receives the Monthly Certificate, the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution, in immediately available funds, an amount equal to eighty percent (80%) of the Monthly Shared-Loss Amount reported on the Monthly Certificate. If the total Monthly Shared-Loss Amount reported on the Monthly Certificate is a negative number, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver in immediately available funds eighty percent (80%) of that amount.
          (e) Limitations on Shared-Loss Payment. The Receiver shall not be required to make any payments pursuant to Section 2.1(d) with respect to any Foreclosure Loss, Restructuring Loss, Short Sale Loss, Deficient Loss, or Portfolio Loss that the Receiver determines, based upon the criteria set forth in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement (including the analysis and documentation requirements of Section 2.1(a)) or Customary

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Servicing Procedures, should not have been effected by the Assuming Institution; provided, however, (x) the Receiver must provide notice to the Assuming Institution detailing the grounds for not making such payment, (y) the Receiver must provide the Assuming Institution with a reasonable opportunity to cure any such deficiency and (z) (1) to the extent curable, if cured, the Receiver shall make payment with respect to the properly effected Loss, and (2) to the extent not curable, shall not constitute grounds for the Receiver to withhold payment as to all other Losses (or portion of Losses) that are properly payable pursuant to the terms of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement. In the event that the Receiver does not make any payment with respect to Losses claimed pursuant to Section 2.1(d), the Receiver and Assuming Institution shall, upon final resolution, make the necessary adjustments to the Monthly Shared-Loss Amount for that Monthly Certificate and the payment pursuant to Section 2.1(d) above shall be adjusted accordingly.
          (f) Payments by Wire-Transfer. All payments under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement shall be made by wire-transfer in accordance with the wire-transfer instructions on Exhibit 4.
          (g) Payment in the Event Losses Fail to Reach Expected Level. On the date that is 45 days following the last day (such day, the “True-Up Measurement Date”) of the Final Shared Loss Month, or upon the final disposition of all Shared Loss Assets under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement at any time after the termination of the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver fifty percent (50%) of the excess, if any, of (i) twenty percent (20%) of the Intrinsic Loss Estimate less (ii) the sum of (A) twenty-five percent (25%) of the asset premium (discount) plus (B) twenty-five percent (25%) of the Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments plus (C) the Cumulative Servicing Amount. The Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver not later than 30 days following the True-Up Measurement Date, a schedule, signed by an officer of the Assuming Institution, setting forth in reasonable detail the calculation of the Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments and the Cumulative Servicing Amount.
          (h) Payments as Administrative Expenses. Payments from the Receiver with respect to this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement are administrative expenses of the Receiver. To the extent the Receiver needs funds for shared-loss payments respect to this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, the Receiver shall request funds under the Master Loan and Security Agreement, as amended (“MLSA”), from FDIC in its corporate capacity. The Receiver will not agree to any amendment of the MLSA that would prevent the Receiver from drawing on the MLSA to fund shared-loss payments.
     2.2 Auditor Report; Right to Audit.
          (a) Within the time period permitted for the examination audit pursuant to 12 CFR Section 363 after the end of each fiscal year during which the Receiver makes any payment to the Assuming Institution under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver a report signed by its independent public accountants stating that they have reviewed the terms of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement and that, in the course of their annual audit of the Assuming Institution’s books and records, nothing has come to their attention suggesting that any computations required to be made by the Assuming

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Institution during such fiscal year pursuant to this Article II were not made by the Assuming Institution in accordance herewith. In the event that the Assuming Institution cannot comply with the preceding sentence, it shall promptly submit to the Receiver corrected computations together with a report signed by its independent public accountants stating that, after giving effect to such corrected computations, nothing has come to their attention suggesting that any computations required to be made by the Assuming Institution during such year pursuant to this Article II were not made by the Assuming Institution in accordance herewith. In such event, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver shall make all such accounting adjustments and payments as may be necessary to give effect to each correction reflected in such corrected computations, retroactive to the date on which the corresponding incorrect computation was made.
          (b) The Assuming Institution shall perform on an annual basis an internal audit of its compliance with the provisions of this Article II and shall provide the Receiver and the Corporation with copies of the internal audit reports and access to internal audit workpapers related to such internal audit.
          (c) The Receiver or the FDIC in its corporate capacity (“Corporation”), its contractors and their employees, and its agents may perform an audit or audits to determine the Assuming Institution’s compliance with the provisions of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, including this Article II, by providing not less than ten (10) Business Days’ prior written notice. Assuming Institution shall provide access to pertinent records and proximate working space in Assuming Institution’s facilities. The scope and duration of any such audit shall be within the reasonable discretion of the Receiver or the Corporation, but shall in no event be administered in a manner that unreasonably interferes with the operation of the Assuming Institution’s business. The Receiver or the Corporation, as the case may be, shall bear the expense of any such audit. In the event that any corrections are necessary as a result of such an audit or audits, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver shall make such accounting adjustments and payments as may be necessary to give retroactive effect to such corrections.
     2.3 Withholdings. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Article II, the Receiver, upon the direction of the Director (or designee) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Division of Resolutions and Receiverships, may withhold payment for any amounts included in a Monthly Certificate delivered pursuant to Section 2.1, if in its good faith and reasonable judgment there is a reasonable basis under the requirements of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement for denying the eligibility of an item for which reimbursement or payment is sought under such Section. In such event, the Receiver shall provide a written notice to the Assuming Institution detailing the grounds for withholding such payment. At such time as the Assuming Institution demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Receiver, in its reasonable judgment, that the grounds for such withholding of payment, or portion of payment, no longer exist or have been cured, then the Receiver shall pay the Assuming Institution the amount withheld which the Receiver determines is eligible for payment, within fifteen (15) Business Days.
     2.4 Books and Records. The Assuming Institution shall at all times during the term of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement keep books and records sufficient to ensure and document compliance with the terms of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, including but not limited to (a) documentation of alternatives considered with respect to defaulted loans or

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loans for which default is reasonably foreseeable, (b) documentation showing the calculation of loss for claims submitted to the Receiver, (c) retention of documents that support each line item on the loss claim forms, and (d) documentation with respect to the Recovery Amount on loans for which the Receiver has made a loss-share payment
     2.5 Information. The Assuming Institution shall promptly provide to the Receiver such other information, including but not limited to, financial statements, computations, and bank policies and procedures, relating to the performance of the provisions of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, as the Receiver may reasonably request from time to time.
     2.6 Tax Ruling. The Assuming Institution shall not at any time, without the Receiver’s prior written consent, seek a private letter ruling or other determination from the Internal Revenue Service or otherwise seek to qualify for any special tax treatment or benefits associated with any payments made by the Receiver pursuant to this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
     2.7 Loss of Shared-Loss Coverage on Shared-Loss Loans. The Receiver shall be relieved of its obligations with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan upon payment of a Foreclosure Loss amount, or a Short Sale Loss amount with respect to such Single Family Shared-Loss Loan, or upon the sale without FDIC consent of a Single Family Shared-Loss Loan by Assuming Institution to a person or entity that is not an Affiliate. The Assuming Institution shall provide the Receiver with timely notice of any such sale. Failure to administer any Shared-Loss Loan or Loans in accordance with Article III shall at the discretion of the Receiver constitute grounds for the loss of shared loss coverage with respect to such Shared-Loss Loan or Loans. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a sale of the Single Family Shared-Loss Loan, for purposes of this Section 2.7, shall not be deemed to have occurred as the result of (i) any change in the ownership or control of Assuming Institution or the transfer of any or all of the Single Family Shared-Loss Loan(s) to any Affiliate of Assuming Institution, (ii) a merger by Assuming Institution with or into any other entity, or (iii) a sale by Assuming Institution of all or substantially all of its assets.
ARTICLE III — RULES REGARDING THE ADMINISTRATION OF
SHARED-LOSS LOANS
     3.1 Agreement with Respect to Administration. The Assuming Institution shall (and shall cause any of its Affiliates to which the Assuming Institution transfers any Shared-Loss Loans to) manage, administer, and collect the Shared-Loss Loans while owned by the Assuming Institution or any Affiliate thereof during the term of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement in accordance with the rules set forth in this Article III. The Assuming Institution shall be responsible to the Receiver in the performance of its duties hereunder and shall provide to the Receiver such reports as the Receiver reasonably deems advisable, including but not limited to the reports required by Sections 2.1, 2.2 and 3.3 hereof, and shall permit the Receiver to monitor the Assuming Institution’s performance of its duties hereunder.
     3.2 Duties of the Assuming Institution.
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Institution shall:
(i) manage and administer each Shared-Loss Loan in accordance with Assuming Institution’s usual and prudent business and banking practices and Customary Servicing Procedures;
(ii) exercise its best business judgment in managing, administering and collecting amounts owed on the Shared-Loss Loans;
(iii) use commercially reasonable efforts to maximize Recoveries with respect to Losses on Shared-Loss Loans without regard to the effect of maximizing collections on assets held by the Assuming Institution or any of its Affiliates that are not Shared-Loss Loans;
(iv) retain sufficient staff (in Assuming Institution’s discretion) to perform its duties hereunder; and
(v) other than as provided in Section 2.1(a), comply with the terms of the Modification Guidelines for any Single Family Shared-Loss Loans meeting the requirements set forth therein. For the avoidance of doubt, the Assuming Institution may propose exceptions to Exhibit 5 (the FDIC Loan Modification Program) for a group of Loans with similar characteristics, with the objectives of (1) minimizing the loss to the Assuming Institution and the FDIC and (2) maximizing the opportunity for qualified homeowners to remain in their homes with affordable mortgage payments.
          (b) Any transaction with or between any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution with respect to any Shared-Loss Loan including, without limitation, the execution of any contract pursuant to which any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution will manage, administer or collect any of the Shared-Loss Loans will be provided to FDIC for informational purposes and if such transaction is not entered into on an arm’s length basis on commercially reasonable terms such transaction shall be subject to the prior written approval of the Receiver.
     3.3 Shared-Loss Asset Records and Reports. The Assuming Institution shall establish and maintain such records as may be appropriate to account for the Single Family Shared-Loss Loans in such form and detail as the Receiver may reasonably require, and to enable the Assuming Institution to prepare and deliver to the Receiver such reports as the Receiver may from time to time request regarding the Single Family Shared-Loss Loans and the Monthly Certificates required by Section 2.1 of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
     3.4 Related Loans.
          (a) Assuming Institution shall use its best efforts to determine which loans are “Related Loans,” as hereinafter defined. The Assuming Institution shall not manage, administer or collect any “Related Loan” in any manner that would have the effect of increasing the amount of any collections with respect to the Related Loan to the detriment of the Shared-Loss Loan to which such loan is related. A “Related Loan” means any loan or extension of credit to an Obligor of a Shared-Loss Loan held by the Assuming Institution at any time on or prior to the end of the Final Shared-Loss Month.
          (b) The Assuming Institution shall prepare and deliver to the Receiver with the Monthly Certificates for the calendar months ending June 30 and December 31, a schedule of all Related Loans on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution as of the end of each

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such semi-annual period.
     3.5 Legal Action; Utilization of Special Receivership Powers. The Assuming Institution shall notify the Receiver in writing (such notice to be given in accordance with Article V below and to include all relevant details) prior to utilizing in any legal action any special legal power or right which the Assuming Institution derives as a result of having acquired an asset from the Receiver, and the Assuming Institution shall not utilize any such power unless the Receiver shall have consented in writing to the proposed usage. The Receiver shall have the right to direct such proposed usage by the Assuming Institution and the Assuming Institution shall comply in all respects with such direction. Upon request of the Receiver, the Assuming Institution will advise the Receiver as to the status of any such legal action. The Assuming Institution shall immediately notify the Receiver of any judgment in litigation involving any of the aforesaid special powers or rights.
     3.6 Third Party Servicer. The Assuming Institution may perform any of its obligations and/or exercise any of its rights under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement through or by one or more Third Party Servicers, who may take actions and make expenditures as if any such Third Party Servicer was the Assuming Institution hereunder (and, for the avoidance of doubt, such expenses incurred by any such Third Party Servicer on behalf of the Assuming Institution shall be included in calculating Losses to the extent such expenses would be included in such calculation if the expenses were incurred by Assuming Institution); provided, however, that the use thereof by the Assuming Institution shall not release the Assuming Institution of any obligation or liability hereunder.
ARTICLE IV — PORTFOLIO SALE
     4.1 Assuming Institution Portfolio Sales of Remaining Shared-Loss Loans. The Assuming Institution shall have the right, with the consent of the Receiver, to liquidate for cash consideration, from time to time in one or more transactions, all or a portion of Shared-Loss Loans held by the Assuming Institution at any time prior to the Termination Date (“Portfolio Sales”). If the Assuming Institution exercises its option under this Section 4.1, it must give sixty (60) days notice in writing to the Receiver setting forth the details and schedule for the Portfolio Sale, which shall be conducted by means of sealed bid sales to third parties, not including any of the Assuming Institution’s affiliates, contractors, or any affiliates of the Assuming Institution’s contractors. Sales of Restructured Loans shall be sold in a separate pool from Shared-Loss Loans that have not been restructured. Other proposals for the sale of a Shared-Loss Loan or Shared-Loss Loans submitted by the Assuming Institution will be considered by the Receiver on a case-by-case basis.
     4.2 Assuming Institution’s Liquidation of Remaining Shared-Loss Loans. In the event that the Assuming Institution does not conduct a Portfolio Sale pursuant to Section 4.1, the Receiver shall have the right, exercisable in its sole and absolute discretion, to require the Assuming Institution to liquidate for cash consideration, any Shared-Loss Loans held by the Assuming Institution at any time after the date that is six months prior to the Termination Date. If the Receiver exercises its option under this Section 4.2, it must give notice in writing to the Assuming Institution, setting forth the time period within which the Assuming Institution shall be required to liquidate the Shared-Loss Loans. The Assuming Institution will comply with the

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Receiver’s notice and must liquidate the Shared-Loss Loans as soon as reasonably practicable by means of sealed bid sales to third parties, not including any of the Assuming Institution’s affiliates, contractors, or any affiliates of the Assuming Institution’s contractors. The selection of any financial advisor or other third party broker or sales agent retained for the liquidation of the remaining Shared-Loss Loans pursuant to this Section shall be subject to the prior approval of the Receiver, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned.
     4.3 Calculation of Sale Gain or Loss. For Shared-Loss Loans that are not Restructured Loans, gain or loss on the sales under Section 4.1 or Section 4.2 will be calculated as the sale price received by the Assuming Institution less the unpaid principal balance of the remaining Shared-Loss Loans. For any Restructured Loan included in the sale gain or loss on sale will be calculated as (a) the sale price received by the Assuming Institution less (b) the net present value of estimated cash flows on the Restructured Loan that was used in the calculation of the related Restructuring Loss plus (c) Loan principal payments collected by the Assuming Institution from the date the Loan was restructured to the date of sale. (See Exhibits 2d(1)-(2) for example calculations).
ARTICLE V — LOSS-SHARING NOTICES GIVEN TO RECEIVER AND PURCHASER
     All notices, demands and other communications hereunder shall be in writing and shall be delivered by hand, or overnight courier, receipt requested, addressed to the parties as follows:
     
     If to Receiver, to:
  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver
 
  for Midwest Bank and Trust Company
 
  Division of Resolutions and Receiverships
 
  550 17th Street, N.W.
 
  Washington, D.C. 20429
 
  Attention: Ralph Malami, Manager, Capital Markets
 
   
                     with a copy to:
  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
 
  as Receiver for Midwest Bank and Trust Company
 
  Room E7056
 
  3501 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 2226
 
  Attn: Special Issues Unit
 
   
                    With respect to a notice under Section 3.5 of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, copies of such notice shall be sent to:
 
   
 
  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
 
  Legal Division 1601 Bryan St.
 
  Dallas, Texas 75201
 
  Attention: Regional Counsel
 
   
                    If to Assuming Institution, to:
                    FirstMerit Bank, National Association
                    III Cascade Plaza
   
                    Akron, Ohio 44308
   

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Such Persons and addresses may be changed from time to time by notice given pursuant to the provisions of this Article V. Any notice, demand or other communication delivered pursuant to the provisions of this Article V shall be deemed to have been given on the date actually received.
ARTICLE VI — MISCELLANEOUS
     6.1. Expenses. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, all costs and expenses incurred by or on behalf of a party hereto in connection with this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement shall be borne by such party whether or not the transactions contemplated herein shall be consummated.
     6.2 Successors and Assigns; Specific Performance. This Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, and all of the terms and provisions hereof shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective permitted successors and assigns only. The Receiver may assign or otherwise transfer this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement and the rights and obligations of the Receiver hereunder (in whole or in part) to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in its corporate capacity without the consent of Assuming Institution. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, except as is expressly permitted in this Section 6.2, the Assuming Institution may not assign or otherwise transfer this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement or any of the Assuming Institution’s rights or obligations hereunder (in whole or in part), or sell or transfer any subsidiary of the Assuming Institution holding title to Shared-Loss Assets or Shared-Loss Securities, without the prior written consent of the Receiver, which consent may be granted or withheld by the Receiver in its sole and absolute discretion. An assignment or transfer of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement includes:
     (i) a merger or consolidation of the Assuming Institution with or into another company, if the shareholders of the Assuming Institution will own less than sixty-six and two/thirds percent (66.66% ) of the equity of the consolidated entity;
     (ii) a merger or consolidation of the Assuming Institution’s Holding Company with or into another company, if the shareholders of the Holding Company will own less than sixty-six and two/thirds percent (66.66% ) of the equity of the consolidated entity;
     (iii) the sale of all or substantially all of the assets of the Assuming Institution to another company or person; or
     (iv) a sale of shares by any one or more shareholders that will effect a change in control of the Assuming Institution, as determined by the Receiver with reference to the standards set forth in the Change in Bank Control Act, 12 U.S.C. 1817(j).
For the avoidance of doubt, any transaction under this Section 6.2 that requires the Receiver’s consent that is made without consent of the Receiver hereunder will relieve the Receiver of any of its obligations under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement.
No Loss shall be recognized under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement as a result of any accounting adjustments that are made due to or as a result of any assignment or transfer of this

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Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement or any merger, consolidation, sale or other transaction to which the Assuming Institution, its Holding Company or any Affiliate is a party, regardless of whether the Receiver consents to such assignment or transfer in connection with such transaction pursuant to this Section 6.2.
     6.3 WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL. EACH PARTY HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVES ALL RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY IN OR TO HAVE A JURY PARTICIPATE IN RESOLVING ANY DISPUTE, ACTION, PROCEEDING OR COUNTERCLAIM, WHETHER SOUNDING IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS SINGLE FAMILY SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT OR ANY OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY.
     6.4 No Third Party Beneficiary. This Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement and the Exhibits hereto are for the sole and exclusive benefit of the parties hereto and their respective permitted successors and permitted assigns and there shall be no other third party beneficiaries, and nothing in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement or the Exhibits shall be construed to grant to any other Person any right, remedy or Claim under or in respect of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement or any provision hereof.
     6.5 Consent. Except as otherwise provided herein, when the consent of a party is required herein, such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
     6.6 Rights Cumulative. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, the rights of each of the parties under this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement are cumulative, may be exercised as often as any party considers appropriate and are in addition to each such party’s rights under the Purchase and Sale Agreement and any of the related agreements or under law. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, any failure to exercise or any delay in exercising any of such rights, or any partial or defective exercise of such rights, shall not operate as a waiver or variation of that or any other such right.
ARTICLE VII
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
     7.1 Dispute Resolution Procedures.
     (a) In the event a dispute arises about the interpretation, application, calculation of Loss, or calculation of payments or otherwise with respect to this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement (“SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item”), then the Receiver and the Assuming Institution shall make every attempt in good faith to resolve such items within sixty (60) days following the receipt of a written description of the SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item, with notification of the possibility of taking the matter to arbitration (the date on which such 60-day period expires, or any extension of such period as the parties hereto may mutually agree to in writing, herein called the “Resolution Deadline Date”). If the Receiver and the Assuming Institution resolve all such items to their mutual satisfaction by the Resolution Deadline Date, then within thirty (30) days following such resolution, any payment due as a result of such resolution shall be made arising from the settlement of the SF Shared-Loss Dispute.

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     (b) If the Receiver and the Assuming Institution fail to resolve any outstanding SF Shared-Loss Dispute Items by the Resolution Deadline Date, then either party may notify the other of its intent to submit the SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item to arbitration pursuant to the provisions of this Article VII. Failure of either party to submit pursuant to paragraph (c) hereof any unresolved SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item to arbitration within thirty (30) days following the Resolution Deadline Date (the date on which such thirty (30) day period expires is herein called the “Arbitration Deadline Date”) shall extinguish that party’s right to submit the non-submitted SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item to arbitration, and constitute a waiver of the submitting party’s right to dispute such non-submitted SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item (but not a waiver of any similar claim which may arise in the future).
     (c) If a SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item is submitted to arbitration, it shall be governed by the rules of the American Arbitration Association (the “AAA”), except as otherwise provided herein. Either party may submit a matter for arbitration by delivering a notice, prior to the Arbitration Deadline Date, to the other party in writing setting forth:
(i) A brief description of each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item submitted for arbitration;
(ii) A statement of the moving party’s position with respect to each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item submitted for arbitration;
(iii) The value sought by the moving party, or other relief requested regarding each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item submitted for arbitration, to the extent reasonably calculable; and
(iv) The name and address of the arbiter selected by the moving party (the “Moving Arbiter”), who shall be a neutral, as determined by the AAA.
          Failure to adequately include any information above shall not be deemed to be a waiver of the parties right to arbitrate so long as after notification of such failure the moving party cures such failure as promptly as reasonably practicable.
     (d) The non-moving party shall, within thirty (30) days following receipt of a notice of arbitration pursuant to this Section 7.1, deliver a notice to the moving party setting forth:
(i) The name and address of the arbiter selected by the non-moving party (the “Respondent Arbiter”), who shall be a neutral, as determined by the AAA;
(ii) A statement of the position of the respondent with respect to each Dispute Item; and
(iii) The ultimate resolution sought by the respondent or other relief, if any, the respondent deems is due the moving party with respect to each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item.
          Failure to adequately include any information above shall not be deemed to be a waiver of the non-moving party’s right to defend such arbitration so long as after notification of such failure the non-moving party cures such failure as promptly as reasonably practicable
     (e) The Moving Arbiter and Respondent Arbiter shall select a third arbiter from a list furnished by the AAA. In accordance with the rules of the AAA, the three (3) arbiters shall

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constitute the arbitration panel for resolution of each SF Loss-Share Dispute Item. The concurrence of any two (2) arbiters shall be deemed to be the decision of the arbiters for all purposes hereunder. The arbitration shall proceed on such time schedule and in accordance with the Rules of Commercial Arbitration of the AAA then in effect, as modified by this Section 7.1. The arbitration proceedings shall take place at such location as the parties thereto may mutually agree, but if they cannot agree, then they will take place at the offices of the Corporation in Washington, DC, or Arlington, Virginia.
     (f) The Receiver and Assuming Institution shall facilitate the resolution of each outstanding SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item by making available in a prompt and timely manner to one another and to the arbiters for examination and copying, as appropriate, all documents, books, and records under their respective control and that would be discoverable under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
     (g) The arbiters designated pursuant to subsections (c), (d) and (e) hereof shall select, with respect to each Dispute Item submitted to arbitration pursuant to this Section 7.1, either (i) the position and relief submitted by the Assuming Institution with respect to each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item, or (ii) the position and relief submitted by the Receiver with respect to each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item, in either case as set forth in its respective notice of arbitration. The arbiters shall have no authority to select a value for each Dispute Item other than the determination set forth in Section 7.1(c) and Section 7.1(d). The arbitration shall be final, binding and conclusive on the parties.
     (h) Any amounts ultimately determined to be payable pursuant to such award shall bear interest at the Settlement Interest Rate from and including the date specified for the arbiters decisions specified in this Section 7.1, without regard to any extension of the finality of such award, to but not including the date paid. All payments required to be made under this Section 7.1 shall be made by wire transfer.
     (i) For the avoidance of doubt, to the extent any notice of a SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item(s) is provided prior to the Termination Date, the terms of this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement shall remain in effect with respect to the Single Family Shared-Loss Loans that are the subject of such SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item(s) until such time as any such dispute is finally resolved.
     7.2 Fees and Expenses of Arbiters. The aggregate fees and expenses of the arbiters shall be borne equally by the parties. The parties shall pay the aggregate fees and expenses within thirty (30) days after receipt of the written decision of the arbiters (unless the arbiters agree in writing on some other payment schedule).
Exhibit 1
Monthly Certificate
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE

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CERTIFICATE
MONTHLY SUMMARY
FOR SINGLE FAMILY ASSETS
FDIC — RECEIVER FOR XXXXXXX BANK
Shared-Loss Period Ended:                                        
(Dollars)
Calculation of Amount Due from (to) FDIC
                                 
FDIC % Share   0%     80%             Total  
 
Carry forward from other types of assets:
                               
1. Cumulative losses from single family pool
    0       0               0  
2. Cumulative losses from securities
    0       0               0  
3. Cumulative loss from commercial and other pool
    0       0               0  
 
                               
4. Total cumulative losses at beg of period
    0       0               0  
5. Covered single family losses (gains) during period
    0       0               0  
 
                               
6. Cumulative loss at end of period
    0       0               0  
FDIC % Share
    x 0 %     x 80 %                
 
                               
7. Amount Due from (to) FDIC
    0 +     0 +     =        
Memo: threshold for recovery percentage
    0       0                  
                 
Preparer name:
               
 
 
 
     
 
Preparer signature
   
Preparer title:
               
 
 
 
           
Officer name:
               
 
 
 
     
 
Officer signature
   
Officer title:
               
 
 
 
           
Date:
               
 
 
 
           

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XXXXXXXXX Bank
FIN No.
                                        
     
Schedule 4.15B   Date:                                        
Non-Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement    
                 
    Proforma Net Balance*   Unfunded
Schedule 4.15B as provided
  $     $  
                                 
Loan                         Explanation  
Number     Name   Net Balance     Unfunded     (Loan Description)  
 
Add the following loans currently included in Schedule 4.15A Non-Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement:
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Subtract the following loans currently included in Schedule 4.15B Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement:
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Add the following loan not included in either Schedule 4.15A or 4.15B Asset Detail (Must provide documentation)
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Add the following Unfunded Commitments (Must provide documentation)
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
       
Total Adjustments
                   
             
Schedule 4.15B Revised Totals   $     $          
             
 
Note: Total adjustments should also be reflected in the Certificate filing for the quarter this form is submitted.
 
*   Net Balance agrees with amount noted on Schedule 4.15A Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, or Revised Totals if this form has already been submitted previously.

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XXXXXXXXX Bank
FIN No.                                        
     
Schedule 4.15A   Date:                                        
Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement    
                 
    Proforma Net Balance*   Unfunded
Schedule 4.15A as provided
  $     $  
                                 
Loan                         Explanation  
Number     Name   Net Balance     Unfunded     (Loan Description)  
 
Add the following loans currently included in Schedule 4.15B Non-Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement:
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Subtract the following loans currently included in Schedule 4.15A Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement:
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Add the following loan not included in either Schedule 4.15A or 4.15B Asset Detail (Must provide documentation)
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
Add the following Unfunded Commitments (Must provide documentation)
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
 
                   
       
Subtotal
                   
       
Total Adjustments
                 
             
Schedule 4.15A Revised Totals   $     $          
             

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Exhibit 2.1(c)
     
1
  Shared-Loss Month
2
  Loan ID
3
  First payment date
4
  Property type
5
  Lien
6
  Original loan amount
7
  Documentation
8
  Original FICO
9
  Original LTV
10
  Original combined LTV
11
  Original front-end DTI
12
  Original back-end DTI
13
  Negative Amortization cap
14
  Property city
15
  Property state
16
  Property street address
17
  Property zip
18
  Maturity date
19
  MI Coverage
20
  Occupancy
21
  Interest rate type
22
  Product Type
23
  Loan amortization type
24
  Lookback
25
  Margin
26
  Interest rate index
27
  Interest rate cap
28
  Interest rate floor
29
  First interest cap
30
  Periodic interest cap
31
  Periodic interest floor
32
  Pay Cap
33
  UPB
34
  Interest rate
35
  Paid-to date
36
  Next payment due date
37
  Scheduled payment
38
  Escrow payment

80


 

     
39
  Escrow balance
40
  Next interest rate reset date
41
  Next payment reset date
42
  Rate reset period
43
  Payment reset period
44
  Payment History
45
  Exceptional Loan Status
46
  Valuation date
47
  Valuation amount
48
  Valuation type
49
  Household income
50
  Current FICO
51
  Maximum Draw Amount
52
  Draw period
53
  Superior Lien Balance

81


 

Exhibit 2a (1)
CALCULATION OF RESTRUCTURING LOSS — HAMP or FDIC LOAN
MODIFICATION
         
1 Shared-Loss Month
    20090531  
2 Loan no:
    123456  
3 Modification Program:
  HAMP  
 
       
Loan before Restructuring
       
4 Unpaid principal balance
    450000  
5 Remaining term
    298  
6 Interest rate
    0.06500  
7 Next ARM reset rate (if within next 4 months)
    0.00000  
8 Interest Paid-To-Date
    20081230  
9 Delinquency Status
  FC  
10 Monthly payment — P&I
    3047  
11 Monthly payment — T&I
    1000  
Total monthly payment
    4047  
12 Household current annual income
    95000  
13 Valuation Date
    20090121  
14 Valuation Amount
    425000  
15 Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  AVM  
 
       
Terms of Modified/Restructured Loan
       
16 1st Trial Payment Due Date
    20090119  
17 Modification Effective Date
    20090419  
18 Net Unpaid Principal Balance (net of forbearance & principal reduction)
    467188  
19 Principal forbearance
    0  
20 Principal reduction
    0  
21 Product (fixed or step)
  step  
22 Remaining amortization term
    480  
23 Maturity date
    20490119  
24 Interest rate
    0.02159  
25 Next Payment due date
    20090601  
26 Monthly payment — P&I
    1454  
27 Monthly payment — T&I
    1000  
Total monthly payment
    2454  
28 Next reset date
    20140501  
29 Interest rate change per adjustment
    0.01000  
30 Lifetime interest rate cap
    0.05530  
31 Back end DTI
    0.45000  
 
       
Restructuring Loss Calculation
       
 
       
same as Unpaid Principal Balance before 4 above restructuring/modification
    450000  
34 Accrued interest, limited to 90 days
    7313  
35 Attorney’s fees
    0  
36 Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    500  
37 Property protection costs, maint. and repairs
    0  
38 Tax and insurance advances
       
Other Advances
    2500  
39 Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    100  
40 Inspections
    0  
41 Other
    0  
Total loan balance due before restructuring
    460413  
 
       
Cash Recoveries:
       
42 MI contribution
    0  
43 Other credits
    0  
44 T & I escrow account balances, if positive
       
Total Cash Recovery
    0  
 
       
Assumptions for Calculating Loss Share Amount, Restructured Loan:
       
45 Discount rate for projected cash flows
    0.05530  
46 Loan prepayment in full
    120  
47 NPV of projected cash flows (see amort schd1)
    386927  
 
       
48 Gain/Loss Amount
    73485  
Line item definitions can be found in SFR Data Submission Handbook.

82


 

Exhibit 2a(2)
CALCULATION OF RESTRUCTURING LOSS — 2nd FDIC MODIFICATION
         
1 Shared-Loss Month
    20090531  
2 Loan no:
    123456  
3 Modification Program:
  FDIC  
 
       
Loan before Restructuring
       
4 Unpaid principal balance
    450000  
5 Remaining term
    298  
6 Interest rate
    0.06500  
7 Next ARM reset rate (if within next 4 months)
    0.00000  
8 Interest Paid-To-Date
    20081230  
9 Delinquency Status
  FC  
10 Monthly payment — P&I
    3047  
11 Monthly payment — T&I
    1000  
Total monthly payment
    4047  
12 Household current annual income
    95000  
13 Valuation Date
    20090121  
14 Valuation Amount
    425000  
15 Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  AVM  
 
       
Terms of Modified/Restructured Loan
       
16 1st Trial Payment Due Date
    20090201  
17 Modification Effective Date
    20090501  
18 Net Principal balance (net of forbearance & principal reduction)
    467188  
19 Principal forbearance
    0  
20 Principal reduction
    0  
21 Product (fixed or step)
  step  
22 Remaining amortization term
    480  
23 Maturity date
    20490501  
24 Interest rate
    0.02159  
25 Next Payment due date
    20090601  
26 Monthly payment — P&I
    1454  
27 Monthly payment — T&I
    1000  
Total monthly payment
    2454  
28 Next reset date
    20140501  
29 Interest rate change per adjustment
    0.01000  
30 Lifetime interest rate cap
    0.05530  
31 Back end DTI
    0.45000  
 
       
Restructuring Loss Calculation
       
32 Previous NPV of loan modification
    458740  
33 Less: Post modification principal payments
    2500  
35 Plus: Attorney’s fees
    0  
36 Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    500  
37 Property protection costs, maint. and repairs
    0  
38 Tax and insurance advances
    2500  
Other Advances
     
39 Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    100  
40 Inspections
    0  
41 Other
    0  
Total loan balance due before restructuring
    459340  
 
       
Cash Recoveries:
       
42 MI contribution
    0  
43 Other credits
    0  
44 T & I escrow account balances, if positive
       
Total Cash Recovery
    0  
 
       
Assumptions for Calculating Loss Share Amount, Restructured Loan:
       
45 Discount rate for projected cash flows
    0.05530  
46 Loan prepayment in full
    120  
47 NPV of projected cash flows (see amort schd1)
    386927  
 
       
48 Gain/Loss Amount
    72413  
Line item definitions can be found in SFR Data Submission Handbook.

83


 

Notes to Exhibits 2a (restructuring)
1.   The data shown are for illustrative purpose. The figures will vary for actual restructurings.
 
2.   For purposes of loss sharing, losses on restructured loans are calculated as the difference between:
  a.   The principal, accrued interest, advances due on the loan, and allowable 3rd party fees prior to restructuring (2a(1) lines 34-41, 2a(2) lines 33-41), and
 
  b.   The Net Present Value (NPV) of the estimated cash flows (line 47). The cash flows should assume no default or prepayment for 10 years, followed by prepayment in full at the end of 10 years (120 months).
3.   For owner-occupied residential loans, the NPV is calculated using the most recently published Freddie Mac survey rate on 30-year fixed rate loans as of the restructure date.
 
4.   For investor owned or non-owner occupied residential loans, the NPV is calculated using commercially reasonable rate on 30-year fixed rate loans as of the restructure date.
 
5.   If the new loan is an adjustable-rate loan, interest rate resets and related cash flows should be projected based on the index rate in effect at the date of the loan restructuring. If the restructured loan otherwise provides for specific charges in monthly P&I payments over the term of the loan, those changes should be reflected in the projected cash flows. Assuming Institution must retain supporting schedule of projected cash flows as required by Section 2.1 of the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement and provide it to the FDIC if requested for a sample audit.
 
6.   Do not include late fees, prepayment penalties, or any similar lender fees or charges by the Failed Bank or Assuming Institution to the loan account, any allocation of Assuming Institution’s servicing costs, or any allocations of Assuming Institution’s general and administrative (G&A) or other operating costs.
 
7.   The amount of accrued interest that may be added to the balance of the loan is limited to the minimum of:
  a.   90 days
 
  b.   The number of days that the loan is delinquent at the time of restructuring
 
  c.   The number of days between the resolution date and the restructuring
    To calculate accrued interest, apply the note interest rate that would have been in effect if the loan were performing to the principal balance after application of the last payment made by the borrower.

84


 

Exhibit 2b(1)
CALCULATION OF LOSS FOR SHORT SALE LOANS
Loan written down to book value prior to Loss Share
         
1 Shared-Loss Month:
    20090531  
2 Loan #
    62201  
3 Interest Paid-to-Date
    20071130  
4 Short Payoff Date
    20090522  
5 Note Interest rate
    0.08500  
6 Occupancy
  Owner  
If owner occupied:
       
7 Household current annual income
    45000  
8 Estimated NPV of loan mod
    220000  
9 Valuation Date
    20090121  
10 Valuation Amount
    300000  
11 Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  Ext Appraisal  
 
       
Short-Sale Loss calculation
       
13 Book Value
    300000  
14 Less: Post closing principal payments
    0  
17 Accrued interest, limited to 90 days
    6375  
18 Attorney’s fees
    75  
19 Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    0  
20 Property protection costs, maint., repairs and any costs or expenses relating to environmental conditions
    0  
21 Tax and insurance advances
       
Other Advances
    0  
22 Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    250  
23 Inspections
    600  
24 Other
    0  
25 Incentive to borrower
    5000  
 
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    312300  
 
       
26 Amount accepted in Short-Sale (net proceeds)
    275000  
27 Hazard Insurance
    0  
28 Mortgage Insurance
    0  
29 T & I escrow account balance, if positive
    0  
30 Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
 
       
Total Cash Recovery
    275000  
 
       
31 Gain/Loss Amount
    37300  
 
1   Costs with respect to environmental remediation activities are limited to $200,000 unless prior consent of the FDIC
 
Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

85


 

Exhibit 2b(2)
CALCULATION OF LOSS FOR SHORT SALE LOANS
No Preceeding Loan Mod under Loss Share
         
1 Shared-Loss Month:
    20090531  
2 Loan #
    58776  
3 Interest Paid-to-Date
    20080731  
4 Short Payoff Date
    20090417  
5 Note Interest rate
    0.07750  
6 Occupancy
       
If owner occupied:
  Owner  
7 Household current annual income
    38500  
8 Estimated NPV of loan mod
    200000  
9 Valuation Date
    20090121  
10 Valuation Amount
    300000  
11 Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  Ext Appraisal  
 
       
Short-Sale Loss calculation
       
12 Loan UPB
    375000  
17 Accrued interest, limited to 90 days
    7266  
18 Attorney’s fees
    0  
19 Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    400  
20 Property protection costs, maint., repairs and any costs or expenses relating to environmental conditions
    1450  
21 Tax and insurance advances
       
Other Advances
    0  
22 Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    350  
23 Inspections
    600  
24 Other
    0  
25 Incentive to borrower
    2000  
 
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    387066  
 
       
26 Amount accepted in Short-Sale (net proceeds)
    255000  
27 Hazard Insurance
    0  
28 Mortgage Insurance
    0  
29 T & I escrow account balance, if positive
    0  
30 Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
 
       
Total Cash Recovery
    255000  
 
       
31 Gain/Loss Amount
    132066  
 
1   Costs with respect to environmental remediation activities are limited to $200,000 unless prior consent of the FDIC
 
Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

86


 

Notes to Exhibits 2b (short sale)
1.   The data shown are for illustrative purpose. The figures will vary for actual short sales.
2.   The covered loss is the difference between the gross balance recoverable by Purchaser and the total cash recovery. There are two methods of calculation for covered losses from short sales, depending upon the circumstances. They are shown below:
  a.   If the loan was restructured when the Loss Share agreement was in place, and then the short sale occurred, use Exhibit 2b(3). This version uses the Net Present Value (NPV) of the modified loan as the starting point for the covered loss.
 
  b.   Otherwise, use Exhibit 2b(2). This version uses the unpaid balance of the loan as of the last payment as the starting point for the covered loss.
 
  c.   Use Exhibit 2b(1) for loans written down to book value prior to the shared-loss agreement.
3.   For Exhibit 2b(2), the gross balance recoverable by the purchaser is calculated as the sum of lines 12 – 25; it is shown after line 25. For Exhibit 2b(3), the gross balance recoverable by the purchaser is calculated as line 15 minus line 16 plus lines 18 – 25; it is shown after line 25.
4.   For Exhibit 2b(2), the total cash recovery is calculated as the sum of lines 26 – 30; it is shown in line 31. For Exhibit 2b(3), the total cash recovery is calculated as the sum of lines 26 – 30; it is shown after line 30.
5.   Reasonable and customary third party attorney’s fees and expenses incurred by or on behalf of Assuming Institution in connection with any enforcement procedures, or otherwise with respect to such loan, are reported under Attorney’s fees.
6.   Do not include late fees, prepayment penalties, or any similar lender fees or charges by the Failed Bank or Assuming Institution to the loan account, any allocation of Assuming Institution’s servicing costs, or any allocations of Assuming Institution’s general and administrative (G&A) or other operating costs.
 
7.   If Exhibit 2b(3) is used, then no accrued interest may be included as a covered loss. Otherwise, the amount of accrued interest that may be included as a covered loss is limited to the minimum of:
  a.   90 days
 
  b.   The number of days that the loan is delinquent when the property was sold
 
  c.   The number of days between the resolution date and the date when the property was sold
To calculate accrued interest, apply the note interest rate that would have been in effect if the loan were performing to the principal balance after application of the last payment made by the borrower.

87


 

Exhibit 2c(1)
CALCULATION OF FORECLOSURE LOSS
ORE or Foreclosure Occurred Prior to Loss Share Agreement
                 
  1    
Shared-Loss Month
    20090630  
  2    
Loan no:
    364574  
  3    
Interest Paid-To-Date
    20071001  
  4    
Foreclosure sale date
    20080202  
  5    
Liquidation date
    20090412  
  6    
Note Interest rate
    0.08100  
  10    
Valuation Date
    20090121  
  11    
Valuation Amount
    228000  
  12    
Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc.)
  Int Appr
       
 
       
       
Foreclosure Loss calculation
       
  13    
Book value at date of Loss Share agreement
    244900  
  14    
Less: Post closing principal payments
    0  
       
 
    3306  
       
 
       
       
Costs incurred after Loss Share agreement in place:
       
  19    
Attorney’s fees
    0  
  20    
Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    . 0  
  21    
Property protection costs, maint. and repairs
    6500  
  22    
Tax and insurance advances
    0  
       
Other Advances
       
  23    
Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    0  
  24    
Inspections
    0  
  25    
Other
    0  
       
 
       
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    254706  
       
 
       
       
Cash Recoveries:
       
  26    
Net liquidation proceeds (from HUD-1 settl stmt)
    219400  
  27    
Hazard Insurance proceeds
    0  
  28    
Mortgage Insurance proceeds
    0  
  29    
T & I escrow account balances, if positive
    0  
  30    
Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
       
Total Cash Recovery
    219400  
       
 
       
  31    
Gain/Loss Amount
    35306  
Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

88


 

Exhibit 2c(2)
CALCULATION OF FORECLOSURE LOSS
During Term of the Agreement
No Preceeding Loan Mod under Loss
Share
                 
  1    
Shared-Loss Month
    20090531  
  2    
Loan no:
    292334  
  3    
Interest Paid-to-Date
    20080430  
  4    
Foreclosure sale date
    20090115  
  5    
Liquidation date
    20090412  
  6    
Note Interest rate
    0.08000  
  7    
Occupancy
  Owner  
       
If owner occupied:
       
  8    
Household current annual income
    42000  
  9    
Estimated NPV of loan mod
    195000  
  10    
Valuation Date
    20090121  
  11    
Valuation Amount
    235000  
  12    
Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  Ext BPO
       
 
       
       
Foreclosure Loss calculation
       
  14    
Loan Principal balance at property reversion
    300000  
       
Plus:
       
  18    
Accrued interest, limited to 90 days
    6000  
  19    
Attorney’s fees
    0  
  20    
Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    4000  
  21    
Property protection costs, maint. and repairs
    5500  
  22    
Tax and insurance advances
    1500  
       
Other Advances
       
  23    
Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    0  
  24    
Inspections
    50  
  25    
Other
    0  
       
 
       
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    317050  
       
 
       
       
Cash Recoveries:
       
  26    
Net liquidation proceeds (from HUD-1 settl stmt)
    205000  
  27    
Hazard Insurance proceeds
    0  
  28    
Mortgage Insurance proceeds
    0  
  29    
T & I escrow account balances, if positive
    0  
  30    
Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
       
Total Cash Recovery
    205000  
       
 
       
  31    
Gain/Loss Amount
    112050  
Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

89


 

Exhibit 2c(3)
CALCULATION OF FORECLOSURE LOSS
Foreclosure after a Covered Loan Mod
                 
  1    
Shared-Loss Month
    20090531  
  2    
Loan no:
    138554  
       
 
       
  3    
Interest Paid-to-Date
    20080430  
  4    
Foreclosure sale date
    20090115  
  5    
Liquidation date
    20090412  
  6    
Note Interest rate
    0.04000  
  10    
Valuation Date
    20081215  
  11    
Valuation Amount
    210000  
  12    
Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  Ext Appr
       
 
       
       
Foreclosure Loss calculation
       
  16    
NPV of projected cash flows at loan mod
    285000  
  17    
Less: Post modification principal payments
    2500  
       
Plus:
       
  19    
Attorney’s fees
    0  
  20    
Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    4000  
  21    
Property protection costs, maint. and repairs
    7000  
  22    
Tax and insurance advances
    2000  
       
Other Advances
       
  23    
Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    0  
  24    
Inspections
    0  
  25    
Other
    0  
       
 
       
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    295500  
       
 
       
       
Cash Recoveries:
       
  26    
Net liquidation proceeds (from HUD-1 settl stmt)
    201000  
  27    
Hazard Insurance proceeds
    0  
  28    
Mortgage Insurance proceeds
    0  
  29    
T & I escrow account balances, if positive
    0  
  30    
Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
       
Total Cash Recovery
    201000  
       
 
       
  31    
Gain/Loss Amount
    94500  
Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

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Notes to Exhibits 2c (foreclosure)
2.   The data shown are for illustrative purpose. The figures will vary for actual restructurings.
3.   The covered loss is the difference between the gross balance recoverable by Purchaser and the total cash recovery. There are three methods of calculation for covered losses from foreclosures, depending upon the circumstances. They are shown below:
  a.   If foreclosure occurred prior to the beginning of the Loss Share agreement, use Exhibit 2c(1). This version uses the book value of the REO as the starting point for the covered loss.
 
  b.   If foreclosure occurred after the Loss Share agreement was in place, and if the loan was not restructured when the Loss Share agreement was in place, use Exhibit 2c(2). This version uses the unpaid balance of the loan as of the last payment as the starting point for the covered loss.
 
  c.   If the loan was restructured when the Loss Share agreement was in place, and then foreclosure occurred, use Exhibit 2c(3). This version uses the Net Present Value (NPV) of the modified loan as the starting point for the covered loss.
4.   For Exhibit 2c(1), the gross balance recoverable by the purchaser is calculated as the sum of lines 13 – 25; it is shown after line 25. For Exhibit 2c(2), the gross balance recoverable by the purchaser is calculated as the sum of lines 14 – 25; it is shown after line 25. For Exhibit 2c(3), the gross balance recoverable by the purchaser is calculated as line 16 minus line 17 plus lines 17 – 25; it is shown after line 25.
5.   For Exhibit 2c(1), the total cash recovery is calculated as the sum of lines 26 – 30; it is shown in line 31. For Exhibit 2c(2), the total cash recovery is calculated as the sum of lines 26 – 30; it is shown in line 31. For Exhibit 2c(3), the total cash recovery is calculated as the sum of lines 26 – 30; it is shown in line 31.
6.   Reasonable and customary third party attorney’s fees and expenses incurred by or on behalf of Assuming Institution in connection with any enforcement procedures, or otherwise with respect to such loan, are reported under Attorney’s fees.
7.   Assuming Institution’s (or Third Party Servicer’s) reasonable and customary out-of-pocket costs paid to either a third party or an affiliate (if affiliate is pre-approved by the FDIC) for foreclosure, property protection and maintenance costs, repairs, assessments, taxes, insurance and similar items are treated as part of the gross recoverable balance, to the extent they are not paid from funds in the borrower’s escrow account. Allowable costs are limited to amounts per Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae guidelines (as in effect from time to time), where applicable, provided that this limitation shall not apply to costs or expenses relating to environmental conditions.
8.   Do not include late fees, prepayment penalties, or any similar lender fees or charges by the Failed Bank or Assuming Institution to the loan account, any allocation of Assuming Institution’s servicing costs, or any allocations of Assuming Institution’s general and administrative (G&A) or other operating costs.
9.   If Exhibit 2c(3) is used, then no accrued interest may be included as a covered loss. The amount of accrued interest that may be included as a covered loss on Exhibit 2c(2)is limited to the minimum of:
  a.   90 days
 
  b.   The number of days that the loan is delinquent when the property was sold

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  c.   The number of days between the resolution date and the date when the property was sold
To calculate accrued interest, apply the note interest rate that would have been in effect if the loan were performing to the principal balance after application of the last payment made by the borrower.

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Exhibit 2d(1)
CALCULATION OF LOSS FOR UNRELATED 2ND LIEN
CHARGE-OFF
                 
  1    
Shared-Loss Month:
    20090531  
  2    
Loan #
    58776  
       
 
       
  3    
Interest paid-to-date
    20081201  
  4    
Charge-Off Date
    20090531  
  5    
Note Interest rate
    0.03500  
  6    
Occupancy
  Owner  
       
If owner occupied:
       
  7    
Household current annual income
    0  
  8    
Valuation Date
    20090402  
  9    
Valuation Amount
    230000  
  10    
Valuation Type (Interior/exterior appraisal, BPO, AVM, etc)
  BPO  
  11    
Balance of superior liens
    210000  
       
 
       
       
Charge-Off Loss calculation
       
  12    
Loan Principal balance
    55000  
  13    
Charge-off amount (principal only)
    55000  
       
Plus:
       
  14    
Accrued interest, limited to 90 days
    481  
  15    
Attorney’s fees
    0  
  16    
Foreclosure costs, including title search, filing fees, advertising, etc.
    250  
  17    
Property protection costs, maint., repairs and any costs or expenses relating to environmental conditions
    0  
  18    
Tax and insurance advances
    0  
       
Other Advances
       
  19    
Appraisal/Broker’s Price Opinion fees
    75  
  20    
Inspections
    0  
  21    
Other
    0  
       
 
       
       
Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser
    55806  
       
 
       
  22    
Foreclosure sale proceeds
    0  
  23    
Hazard Insurance proceeds
    0  
  24    
Mortgage Insurance proceeds
    0  
  25    
Tax overage
    0  
  26    
Short sale payoff
    1500  
  27    
Other credits, if any (itemize)
    0  
       
 
       
       
Total Cash Recovery
    1500  
       
 
       
  28    
Loss Amount
    54306  
 
1   Costs with respect to environmental remediation activities are limited to $200,000 unless prior consent of the FDIC Line item definitions located in SF Data Submission Handbook

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Exhibit 2d(2)
     
Shared-Loss Month:
  [input month]
Loan no.:
  [input loan no.)
NOTE

The calculation of recovery on a loan for which a Restructuring Loss has been paid will only apply if the loan is sold.
EXAMPLE CALCULATION
                 
Restructuring Loss Information
               
Loan principal balance before restructuring
      $ 200,000     A
NPV, restructured loan
        165,000     B
 
             
Loss on restructured loan
      $ 35,000     A – B
Times FDIC applicable loss share % (80%)
        80 %    
 
             
Loss share payment to purchaser
      $ 28,000     C
 
               
Calculation – Recovery amount due to Receiver
               
Loan sales price
      $ 190,000      
NPV of restructured loan at mod date
        165,000      
 
             
Gain — step 1
        25,000     D
 
             
PLUS
               
Loan UPB after restructuring
  (1)     200,000      
Loan UPB at liquidation date
        192,000      
 
             
Gain — step 2 (principal collections after restructuring)
        8,000     E
 
             
Recovery amount
        33,000     D + E
Times FDIC loss share %
        80 %    
 
             
Recovery due to FDIC
      $ 26,400     F
 
               
Net loss share paid to purchaser (C – F)
      $ 1,600      
 
               
Proof Calculation
  (2)            
Loan principal balance
      $ 200,000     G
 
             
 
               
Principal collections on loan
        8,000      
Sales price for loan
        190,000      
 
             
Total collections on loan
        198,000     H
 
             
Net loss on loan
      $ 2,000     G – H
Times FDIC applicable loss share % (80%)
        80 %    
 
             
Loss share payment to purchaser
      $ 1,600      
 
(1)   This example assumes that the FDIC loan modification program as shown in Exhibit 5 is applied and the loan restructuring does not result in a reduction in the loan principal balance due from the borrower.
 
(2)   This proof calculation is provided to illustrate the concept and the Assuming Institution is not required to provide this with its Recovery calculations.

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Exhibit 3
Portfolio Performance and Summary Schedule
     
SHARED-LOSS LOANS
   
PORTFOLIO PERFORMANCE AND SUMMARY SCHEDULE
   
MONTH ENDED:
  [input report month]
POOL SUMMARY
         
    #   $
         
Loans at Sale Date
  xx   xx
         
 
       
Loans as of this month-end
  xx   xx
         
PORTFOLIO PERFORMANCE STATUS
             
            Percent of Total
    #   $   #
Current
           
30 – 59 days past due
           
60 – 89 days past due
           
90 – 119 days past due
           
120 and over days past due
           
In foreclosure
           
ORE
           
Total
           
 
           
Memo Item:
           
Loans in process of restructuring – total
           
Loans in bankruptcy
           
 
           
Loans in process of restructuring by delinquency status
           
Current
           
30 — 59 days past due
           
60 — 89 days past due
           
90 — 119 days past due
           
120 and over days past due In foreclosure
           
Total
           

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List of Loans Paid Off During Month
     
    Principal
Loan #   Balance
     
List of Loans Sold During Month
     
    Principal
Loan #   Balance
     

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Exhibit 4
Wire Transfer Instructions
PURCHASER WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
     
BANK RECEIVING WIRE
   
 
   
 
   
9 DIGIT ABA ROUTING NUMBER
   
 
   
 
   
ACCOUNT NUMBER
   
 
   
 
   
NAME OF ACCOUNT
   
 
   
 
   
ATTENTION TO WHOM
   
 
   
 
   
PURPOSE OF WIRE
   
 
   
 
   
FDIC RECEIVER WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
 
   
BANK RECEIVING WIRE
   
 
   
 
   
SHORT NAME
   
 
   
 
   
ADDRESS OF BANK RECEIVING WIRE
   
 
   
 
   
9 DIGIT ABA ROUTING NUMBER
   
 
   
 
   
ACCOUNT NUMBER
   
 
   
 
   
NAME OF ACCOUNT
   
 
   
 
   
ATTENTION TO WHOM
   
 
   
 
   
PURPOSE OF WIRE
   
 
   

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EXHIBIT 5
FDIC MORTGAGE LOAN MODIFICATION PROGRAM
Objective
The objective of this FDIC Mortgage Loan Modification Program (“Program”) is to modify the terms of certain residential mortgage loans so as to improve affordability, increase the probability of performance, allow borrowers to remain in their homes and increase the value of the loans to the FDIC and assignees. The Program provides for the modification of Qualifying Loans (as defined below) by reducing the borrower’s monthly housing debt to income ratio (“DTI Ratio”) to no more than 31% at the time of the modification and eliminating adjustable interest rate and negative amortization features.
Qualifying Mortgage Loans
In order for a mortgage loan to be a Qualifying Loan it must meet all of the following criteria, which must be confirmed by the lender:
    The collateral securing the mortgage loan is owner-occupied and the owner’s primary residence; and
 
    The mortgagee has a first priority lien on the collateral; and
 
    Either the borrower is at least 60 days delinquent or a default is reasonably foreseeable.
Modification Process
The lender shall undertake a review of its mortgage loan portfolio to identify Qualifying Loans. For each Qualifying Loan, the lender shall determine the net present value of the modified loan and, if it will exceed the net present value of the foreclosed collateral upon disposition, then the Qualifying Loan shall be modified so as to reduce the borrower’s monthly DTI Ratio to no more than 31% at the time of the modification. To achieve this, the lender shall use a combination of interest rate reduction, term extension and principal forbearance, as necessary.
The borrower’s monthly DTI Ratio shall be a percentage calculated by dividing the borrower’s monthly income by the borrower’s monthly housing payment (including principal, interest, taxes and insurance). For these purpose of the foregoing calculation:
     (1) the borrower’s monthly income shall be defined as the borrower’s (along with any co-borrowers’) income amount before any payroll deductions and includes wages and salaries, overtime pay, commissions, fees, tips, bonuses, housing allowances, other compensation for personal services, Social Security payments, including Social Security received by adults on behalf of minors or by minors intended for their own support, and monthly income from annuities, insurance policies, retirement funds, pensions, disability or death benefits, unemployment benefits, rental income and other income. All income information must be documented and verified. If the borrower receives public assistance or collects unemployment, the Assuming Institution must determine whether the public assistance or unemployment income will continue for at least nine (9) months.
     (2) the borrower’s monthly housing payment shall be the amount required to pay monthly principal and interest plus one-twelfth of the then current annual amount required to pay real property taxes and homeowner’s insurance with respect to the collateral.

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In order to calculate the monthly principal payment, the lender shall capitalize to the outstanding principal balance of the Qualifying Loan the amount of all delinquent interest, delinquent taxes, past due insurance premiums, third party fees and (without duplication) escrow advances (such amount, the “Capitalized Balance”).
In order to achieve the goal of reducing the DTI Ratio to 31%, the lender shall take the following steps in the following order of priority with respect to each Qualifying Loan:
  1.   Reduce the interest rate to the then current Freddie Mac Survey Rate for 30-year fixed rate mortgage loans, and adjust the term to 30 years.
 
  2.   If the DTI Ratio is still in excess of 31%, reduce the interest rate further, but no lower than 3%, until the DTI ratio of 31% is achieved.
 
  3.   If the DTI Ratio is still in excess of 31% after adjusting the interest rate to 3%, extend the remaining term of the loan by 10 years.
 
  4.   If the DTI Ratio is still in excess of 31%, calculate a new monthly payment (the “Adjusted Payment Amount”) that will result in the borrower’s monthly DTI Ratio not exceeding 31%. After calculating the Adjusted Payment Amount, the lender shall bifurcate the Capitalized Balance into two portions – the amortizing portion and the non-amortizing portion. The amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance shall be the mortgage amount that will fully amortize over a 40-year term at an annual interest rate of 3% and monthly payments equal to the Adjusted Payment Amount. The non-amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance shall be the difference between the Capitalized Balance and the amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance. If the amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance is less than 75% of the current estimated value of the collateral, then the lender may choose not to restructure the loan. If the lender chooses to restructure the loan, then the lender shall forbear on collecting the non-amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance, and such amount shall be due and payable only upon the earlier of (i) maturity of the modified loan, (ii) a sale of the property or (iii) a pay-off or refinancing of the loan. No interest shall be charged on the non-amortizing portion of the Capitalized Balance, but repayment shall be secured by a first lien on the collateral.
Special Note:
The net present value calculation used to determine whether a loan should be modified based on the modification process above is distinct and different from the net present value calculation used to determine the covered loss if the loan is modified. Please refer only to the net present value calculation described in this exhibit for the modification process, with its separate assumptions, when determining whether to provide a modification to a borrower. Separate assumptions may include, without limitation, Assuming Institution’s determination of a probability of default without modification, a probability of default with modification, home price forecasts, prepayment speeds, and event timing. These assumptions are applied to different projected cash flows over the term of the loan, such as the projected cash flow of the loan performing or defaulting without modification and the projected cash flow of the loan performing or defaulting with modification.
By contrast, the net present value for determining the covered loss is based on a 10 year period. While the assumptions in the net present value calculation used in the modification process may change, the net present value calculation for determining the covered loss remains constant.

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     Related Junior Lien Mortgage Loans
     In cases where the lender holds a junior lien mortgage loan that is collateralized by the same property that collateralizes a Qualifying Loan that is modified as described above, the junior lien mortgage loan shall also be modified to enhance overall affordability to the borrower. At a minimum, the lender shall reduce the interest rate on the junior lien mortgage loan to no more than 2% per annum. Further modifications may be made at the lender’s discretion as needed to support affordability and performance of the modified first lien Qualifying Loan.

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EXHIBIT 4.15B
COMMERCIAL SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
     This agreement for reimbursement of loss sharing expenses on certain loans and other assets (the “Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement”) shall apply when the Assuming Institution purchases Shared-Loss Assets as that term is defined herein. The terms hereof shall modify and supplement, as necessary, the terms of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement to which this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement is attached as Exhibit 4.15B and incorporated therein. To the extent any inconsistencies may arise between the terms of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement and this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement with respect to the subject matter of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement shall control. References in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement to a particular Section shall be deemed to refer to a Section in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement unless the context indicates that a Section of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement is intended.
ARTICLE I — DEFINITIONS
     Capitalized terms used in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement that are not defined in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement are defined in the Purchase and Assumption Agreement In addition to the terms defined above, defined below are certain additional terms relating to loss-sharing, as used in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          AAAmeans the American Arbitration Association as provided in Section 2.1(f)(iii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Accrued Interestmeans, with respect to any Shared-Loss Loan, Permitted Advance or Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advance at any time, the amount of earned and unpaid interest, taxes, credit life and/or disability insurance premiums (if any) payable by the Obligor accrued on or with respect to such Shared-Loss Loan, Permitted Advance or Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advance, all as reflected on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank or the Assuming Institution (as applicable); provided, that Accrued Interest shall not include any amount that accrues on or with respect to any Shared-Loss Loan, Permitted Advance or Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advance after that Asset has been placed on non-accrual or nonperforming status by either the Failed Bank or the Assuming Institution (as applicable).
          Additional OREmeans Shared-Loss Loans that become Other Real Estate after Bank Closing Date.
          Affiliateshall have the meaning set forth in the Purchase and Assumption Agreement; provided, that, for purposes of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, no Third Party Servicer shall be deemed to be an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution.
          Applicable Anniversary of the Commencement Datemeans the fifth (5th) anniversary of the Commencement Date.
          Calendar Quartermeans a quarterly period (a) for the first such period, beginning on the Commencement Date and ending on the last calendar day of either March, June, September or December, whichever is the first to occur after the Commencement Date, and (b) for quarterly periods thereafter, beginning on the first calendar day of the calendar month immediately after the month that ended the prior period and ending on the last calendar day of each successive three-calendar-month period thereafter (i.e.,

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each March, June, September and December, starting in the applicable order depending on the ending date of first such period) of any year.
          Capitalized Expendituresmeans those expenditures that (i) would be capitalized under generally accepted accounting principles, and (ii) are incurred with respect to Shared-Loss Loans, Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE. Capitalized Expenditures shall not include expenses related to environmental conditions including, but not limited to, remediation, storage or disposal of any hazardous or toxic substances or any pollutant or contaminant.
          Charge-Offsmeans, with respect to any Shared-Loss Assets for any period, an amount equal to the aggregate amount of loans or portions of loans classified as “Loss” under the Examination Criteria, including
          (a) charge-offs of
                    (i) the principal amount of such assets net of unearned interest (including write-downs associated with Other Real Estate, Additional ORE, Subsidiary ORE or loan modification(s)); and
                    (ii) Accrued Interest; and
                    (iii) Capitalized Expenditures; plus
          (b) Pre-Charge-Off Expenses incurred on the respective Shared-Loss Loans, all as effected by the Assuming Institution during such period and reflected on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution; provided, that:
                    (i) the aggregate amount of Accrued Interest (including any reversals thereof) for the period after Bank Closing that shall be included in determining the amount of Charge-Offs for any Shared-Loss Loan shall not exceed ninety (90) days’ Accrued Interest; and
                    (ii) no Charge-Off shall be taken with respect to any anticipated expenditure by the Assuming Institution until such expenditure is actually incurred; and
                    (iii) any financial statement adjustments made in connection with the purchase of any Assets pursuant to this Purchase and Assumption Agreement or any future purchase, merger, consolidation or other acquisition of the Assuming Institution shall not constitute “Charge-Offs”; and
                    (iv) except for Portfolio Sales, the sale or other disposition of Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE to a Person other than an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution conducted in a commercially reasonable and prudent manner, or any other sales or dispositions consented to by the Receiver, losses incurred on the sale or other disposition of Shared-Loss Assets or Shared-Loss Securities to any Person shall not constitute Charge-Offs.
          Commencement Datemeans the first calendar day following Bank Closing.
          Consumer Loansmeans loans to individuals for household, family and other personal expenditures (including United States and/or State-guaranteed student loans and extensions of credit pursuant to a credit card plan or debit card plan).

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          Cumulative Servicing Amountmeans the sum of the Period Servicing Amounts for every consecutive twelve-month period prior to and ending on the True-Up Measurement Date in respect of each of the Shared-Loss Agreements during which the loss-sharing provisions of the applicable Shared-Loss Agreement is in effect.
          Cumulative Shared-Loss Paymentsmeans (i) the aggregate of all of the payments made or payable to the Assuming Institution under the Shared-Loss Agreements minus (ii) the aggregate of all of the payments made or payable to the Receiver under the Shared-Loss Agreements.
          Environmental Assessmentmeans an assessment of the presence, storage or release of any hazardous or toxic substance, pollutant or contaminant with respect to the collateral securing a Shared-Loss Loan that has been fully or partially charged off.
          Examination Criteriameans the loan classification criteria employed by, or any applicable regulations of, the Assuming Institution’s Chartering Authority at the time such action is taken, as such criteria may be amended from time to time.
          Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downsmeans, with respect to any Asset, an amount equal to the aggregate amount of reversals or charge-offs of Accrued Interest and charge-offs and write-downs of principal effected by the Failed Bank with respect to that Asset as reflected on the Accounting Records of the Failed Bank.
          FDIC Partyhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(f)(ii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “ Holding Company” means any company owning Shares of the Assuming Institution that is a holding company pursuant to the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, 12 U.S.C. 1841 et seq. or the Home Owner’s Loan Act, 12 U.S.C. 1461 et seq.
          Intrinsic Loss Estimatemeans total losses under the shared loss agreements in the amount of Seven Hundred Sixty Two Million Dollars ($762,000,000.00).
          Net Charge-Offsmeans, with respect to any period, an amount equal to the aggregate amount of Charge-Offs for such period less the amount of Recoveries for such period.
          Neutral Memberhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(f)(ii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          New Shared-Loss Loansmeans loans that would otherwise be subject to loss sharing under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement that were originated after March 2, 2010 and before Bank Closing.
          Notice of Disputehas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(f)(iii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          ORE Subsidiarymeans any Subsidiary of the Assuming Institution that engages solely in holding, servicing, managing or liquidating interests of a type described in clause (A) of the definition of “Other Real Estate,” which interests have arisen from the collection or settlement of a Shared-Loss Loan.
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partially charged off the books and records of the Failed Bank or the Assuming Institution) that (i) are owned by the Failed Bank as of Bank Closing and are purchased pursuant to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or (ii) have arisen subsequent to Bank Closing from the collection or settlement by the Assuming Institution of a Shared-Loss Loan:
     (A) all interests in real estate (other than Bank Premises and Fixtures), including but not limited to mineral rights, leasehold rights, condominium and cooperative interests, air rights and development rights; and
     (B) all other assets (whether real or personal property) acquired by foreclosure or in full or partial satisfaction of judgments or indebtedness.
          OTTI Adjustmentmeans any other than temporary impairment of the Shared-Loss Securities, determined pursuant to FAS 115, expressed as a positive number, or reversals of other than temporary impairment, expressed as a negative number (for the avoidance of doubt, normal and customary unrealized mark-to-market changes by reason of the application of fair value accounting do not qualify for loss sharing payments).
          OTTI Lossmeans any other than temporary impairment of the Shared-Loss Securities, determined pursuant to FAS 115, expressed as a positive number (for the avoidance of doubt, normal and customary unrealized mark-to-market changes by reason of the application of fair value accounting do not qualify for loss sharing payments).
          Period Servicing Amountmeans, for any twelve month period with respect to each of the Shared-Loss Agreements during which the loss-sharing provisions of the applicable Shared-Loss Agreement are in effect, the product of (i) the simple average of the principal amount of Shared-Loss Loans and Shared-Loss Assets (other than the Shared-Loss Securities) (in each case as defined in the Shared-Loss Agreements), as the case may be, at the beginning of such period and at the end of such period times (ii) one percent (1%).
          Permitted Advancemeans an advance of funds by the Assuming Institution with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan, or the making of a legally binding commitment by the Assuming Institution to advance funds with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan, that
          (i) in the case of such an advance, is actually made, and, in the case of such a commitment, is made and all of the proceeds thereof actually advanced, within one (1) year after the Commencement Date; and
          (ii) does not cause the sum of
               (A) the book value of such Shared-Loss Loan as reflected on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution after any such advance has been made by the Assuming Institution; plus
               (B) the unfunded amount of any such commitment made by the Assuming Institution related thereto, to exceed 110% of the Book Value of such Shared-Loss Loan; and
          (iii) is not made with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan with respect to which
               (A) there exists a related Shared-Loss Loan Commitment; or
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          (iv) is made in good faith, is supported at the time it is made by documentation in the Credit Files and conforms to and is in accordance with the applicable requirements set forth in Article III of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement and with the then effective written internal credit policy guidelines of the Assuming Institution; provided, that the limitations in subparagraphs (i), (ii) and (iii) of this definition shall not apply to any such action (other than to an advance or commitment related to the remediation, storage or final disposal of any hazardous or toxic substance, pollutant or contaminant) that is taken by Assuming Institution in its reasonable discretion to preserve or secure the value of the collateral for such Shared-Loss Loan.
          Permitted Amendmentmeans, with respect to any Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or Shared-Loss Loan, any amendment, modification, renewal or extension thereof, or any waiver of any term, right, or remedy thereunder, made by the Assuming Institution in good faith and otherwise in accordance with the applicable requirements set forth in Article III of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement and the then effective written internal credit policy guidelines of the Assuming Institution; provided, that:
          (i) with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or a Shared-Loss Loan that is not a revolving line of credit, no such amendment, modification, renewal, extension, or waiver, except as allowed under the definition of Permitted Advance, shall operate to increase the amount of principal (A) then remaining available to be advanced by the Assuming Institution under the Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or (B) then outstanding under the Shared-Loss Loan;
          (ii) with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or a Shared-Loss Loan that is a revolving line of credit, no such amendment, modification, renewal, extension, or waiver, except as allowed under the definition of Permitted Advance, shall operate to increase the maximum amount of principal authorized as of Bank Closing to be outstanding at any one time under the underlying revolving line of credit relationship with the debtor (regardless of the extent to which such revolving line of credit may have been funded as of Bank Closing or may subsequently have been funded and/or repaid); and
          (iii) no such amendment, modification, renewal, extension or waiver shall extend the term of such Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or Shared-Loss Loan beyond the end of the final Shared-Loss Quarter unless the term of such Shared-Loss Loan Commitment or Shared-Loss Loan as existed on Bank Closing was beyond the end of the final Shared-Loss Quarter, in which event no such amendment, modification, renewal, extension or waiver shall extend such term beyond the term as existed as of Bank Closing.
          “Pre-Charge-Off Expensesmeans those expenses incurred in the usual and prudent management of a Shared-Loss Loan that would qualify as a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense if incurred after a Charge-Off of the related Shared-Loss Asset had occurred.
          Quarterly Certificatehas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(a)(i) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Recoveriesshall mean the following:
          (i) Generally.
          (A) In addition to any sums to be applied as Recoveries pursuant to subparagraph (ii) below, “Recoveries” means, with respect to any period, the sum of (without duplication):
          (1) the amount of collections during such period by the Assuming Institution on Charge-Offs of Shared-Loss Assets effected by the Assuming Institution prior to the end of the final Shared-Loss Quarter;

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plus
          (2) the amount of collections during such period by the Assuming Institution on Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs; plus
          (3) the amount of gain on any sale or other disposition during such period by the Assuming Institution of Shared Loss Loans, Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE (provided, that the amount of any such gain included in Recoveries shall not exceed the aggregate amount of the related Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs taken and any related Reimbursable Expenses and Recovery Expenses); plus
          (4) the amount of collections during such period by the Assuming Institution of any Reimbursable Expenses or Recovery Expenses; plus
          (5) the amount of any fee or other consideration received by the Assuming Institution during or prior to such period in connection with any amendment, modification, renewal, extension, refinance, restructure, commitment or other similar action taken by the Assuming Institution with respect to a Shared-Loss Asset with respect to which there exists a Failed Bank Charge-Off/Write-Down or a Shared-Loss Loan as to which a Charge-Off has been effected by the Assuming Institution during or prior to such period (provided, that the amount of any such fee or other consideration included in Recoveries shall not exceed the aggregate amount of the related Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs taken and any related Reimbursable Expenses and Recovery Expenses).
     (B) Order of Application. For the purpose of determining the amounts to be applied as Recoveries pursuant to subparagraph (A) above, the Assuming Institution shall apply amounts received on the Assets that are not otherwise applied to reduce the book value of principal of a Shared-Loss Loan (or, in the case of Other Real Estate, Additional ORE, Subsidiary ORE and Capitalized Expenditures, that are not otherwise applied to reduce the book value thereof) in the following order: first to Charge-Offs and Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write Downs; then to Reimbursable Expenses and Recovery Expenses; then to interest income; and then to other expenses incurred by the Assuming Institution.
     (ii) Interest Income as Recoveries. If there occurs an amendment, modification, renewal, extension, refinance, restructure, commitment, sale or other similar action with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan as to which there exists a Failed Bank Charge-Off/Write Down or as to which a Charge-Off has been effected by the Assuming Institution during or prior to such period, and if, as a result of such occurrence, the Assuming Institution recognizes any interest income for financial accounting purposes on that Shared-Loss Loan, then “Recoveries” shall also include the portion of the total amount of any such interest income recognized by the Assuming Institution which is derived by multiplying:
(A) the total amount of any such interest income recognized by the Assuming Institution during such period with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan as described above, by
(B) a fraction, the numerator of which is the aggregate principal amount (excluding reversals or charge-offs of Accrued Interest) of all such Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs effected by the Assuming Institution with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan plus the principal amount of that Shared-Loss Loan that has not yet been charged-off but has been placed on nonaccrual status, all of which occurred at any time prior to or during the period in which the interest income referred to in subparagraph (II)(A) immediately above was recognized, and the denominator of which is the total amount of principal indebtedness (including all such prior Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs as described above) due from the Obligor on that Shared-Loss Loan as of the end of

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such period;
provided, however, that the amount of any interest income included as Recoveries for a particular Shared-Loss Loan shall not exceed the aggregate amount of (x) Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs, (y) Charge-Offs effected by the Assuming Institution during or prior to the period in which the amount of Recoveries is being determined, plus (z) any Reimbursable Expenses and Recovery Expenses paid to the Assuming Institution pursuant to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement during or prior to the period in which the amount of Recoveries is being determined, all with respect to that particular Shared-Loss Loan; and, provided, further, that any collections on any such Shared-Loss Loan that are not applied to reduce book value of principal or recognized as interest income shall be applied pursuant to subparagraph (i) above.
     (iii) Exceptions to Recoveries. Notwithstanding subparagraphs (i) and (ii) above, the term “Recoveries” shall not include:
     (A) any amounts paid to the Assuming Institution by the Receiver pursuant to Section 2.1 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement;
     (B) amounts received with respect to Charge-Offs effected by the Assuming Institution after the final Shared-Loss Quarter;
     (C) after the final Shared-Loss Quarter, income received by the Assuming Institution from the operation of, and any gains recognized by the Assuming Institution on the disposition of, Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE (such income and gains being hereinafter together referred to as “ORE Income”), except to the extent that aggregate ORE Income exceeds the aggregate expenses paid to third parties by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution after the final Shared-Loss Quarter to manage, operate and maintain Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE (such expenses being hereinafter referred to as “ORE Expenses”). In determining the extent aggregate ORE Income exceeds aggregate ORE Expenses for any Recovery Quarter, the Assuming Institution will subtract
          (1) ORE Expenses paid to third parties during such Recovery Quarter (provided, that, in the case of the final Recovery Quarter only, the Assuming Institution will subtract ORE Expenses paid to third parties from the beginning of the final Recovery Quarter up to the date the Assuming Institution is required to deliver the final Quarterly Certificate pursuant to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement), from
          (2) ORE Income received during such Recovery Quarter, to calculate net ORE income (“Net ORE Income”) for that Recovery Quarter. If the amount of Net ORE Income so calculated for a Recovery Quarter is positive, such amount shall be reported as Recoveries on the Quarterly Certificate for such Recovery Quarter.
     If the amount of Net ORE Income so calculated for a Recovery Quarter is negative (“Net ORE Loss Carryforward”), such amount shall be added to any ORE Expenses paid to third parties in the next succeeding Recovery Quarter, which sum shall then be subtracted from ORE Income for that next succeeding Recovery Quarter, for the purpose of determining the amount of Net ORE Income (or, if applicable, Net ORE Loss Carryforward) for that next succeeding Recovery Quarter. If, as of the end of the final Recovery Quarter, a Net ORE Loss Carryforward exists, then the amount of the Net ORE Loss Carryforward that does not exceed the aggregate amount of Net ORE Income reported as Recoveries on Quarterly Certificates for all Recovery Quarters may be included as a Recovery Expense on the Quarterly Certificate for the final Recovery Quarter.
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Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Recovery Expensesmeans, for any Recovery Quarter, the amount of actual, reasonable and necessary out-of-pocket expenses (other than Capitalized Expenditures) paid to third parties (other than Affiliates of the Assuming Institution) by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution, as limited by Sections 3.2(c) and (d) of Article III to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, to recover amounts owed with respect to:
          (i) any Shared-Loss Asset as to which a Charge-Off was effected prior to the end of the final Shared-Loss Quarter (provided that such amounts were incurred no earlier than the date the first Charge-Off on such Shared-Loss Asset could have been reflected on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution); and
          (ii) Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs (including, in each case, all costs and expenses related to an Environmental Assessment and any other costs or expenses related to any environmental conditions with respect to the Shared-Loss Assets (it being understood that any remediation expenses for any such pollutant or contaminant are not recoverable if in excess of $200,000 per Shared-Loss Asset, without the Assuming Institution having obtained the prior consent of the Receiver for such expenses).
          Provided, that, so long as income with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan is being prorated pursuant to the arithmetical formula in subsection (ii) of the definition of “Recoveries”, the term “Recovery Expenses” shall not include that portion of any such expenses paid during such Recovery Quarter to recover any amounts owed on that Shared-Loss Loan that is derived by:
     subtracting (1) the product derived by multiplying:
(A) the total amount of any such expenses paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution during such Recovery Quarter with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan, by
(B) a fraction, the numerator of which is the aggregate principal amount (excluding reversals or charge-offs of Accrued Interest) of all such Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs effected by the Assuming Institution with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan plus the principal amount of that Shared-Loss Loan that has not yet been charged-off but has been placed on nonaccrual status, all of which occurred at any time prior to or during the period in which the interest income referred to in subparagraph (ii)(A) of the definition of “Recoveries” was recognized, and the denominator of which is the total amount of principal indebtedness (including all such prior Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs as described above) due from the Obligor on that Shared-Loss Loan as of the end of such period;
from (2) the total amount of any such expenses paid during that Recovery Quarter with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan.
          Recovery Quarterhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(a)(ii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Reimbursable Expensesmeans, for any Shared-Loss Quarter, the amount of actual, reasonable and necessary out-of-pocket expenses (other than Capitalized Expenditures), paid to third parties (other than Affiliates of the Assuming Institution) by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution, as limited by Sections 3.2(c) and (d) of Article III of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, to:

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          (i) recover amounts owed with respect to any Shared-Loss Asset as to which a Charge-Off has been effected prior to the end of the final Shared-Loss Quarter (provided that such amounts were incurred no earlier than the date the first Charge-Off on such Shared-Loss Asset could have been reflected on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution) and recover amounts owed with respect to Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs (including, in each case, all costs and expenses related to an Environmental Assessment and any other costs or expenses related to any environmental conditions with respect to the Shared-Loss Assets (it being understood that any such remediation expenses for any such pollutant or contaminant are not recoverable if in excess of $200,000 per Shared-Loss Asset, without the Assuming Institution having obtained the prior consent of the Receiver for such expenses); provided, that, so long as income with respect to a Shared-Loss Loan is being pro-rated pursuant to the arithmetical formula in subsection (II) of the definition of “Recoveries”, the term “Reimbursable Expenses” shall not include that portion of any such expenses paid during such Shared-Loss Quarter to recover any amounts owed on that Shared-Loss Loan that is derived by:
     subtracting (1) the product derived by multiplying:
(A) the total amount of any such expenses paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution during such Shared-Loss Quarter with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan, by
(B) a fraction, the numerator of which is the aggregate principal amount (excluding reversals or charge-offs of Accrued Interest) of all such Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs effected by the Assuming Institution with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan plus the principal amount of that Shared-Loss Loan that has not yet been charged-off but has been placed on nonaccrual status, all of which occurred at any time prior to or during the period in which the interest income referred to in subparagraph (II)(A) of the definition of “Recoveries” was recognized, and the denominator of which is the total amount of principal indebtedness (including all such prior Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs and Charge-Offs as described above) due from the Obligor on that Shared-Loss Loan as of the end of such period;
from (2) the total amount of any such expenses paid during that Shared-Loss Quarter with respect to that Shared-Loss Loan;
          (ii) manage, operate or maintain Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE less the amount of any income received by the Assuming Institution during such Shared-Loss Quarter with respect to such Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE (which resulting amount under this clause (ii) may be negative);
          (iii) litigation expenses with respect to Shared-Loss Assets.
          Review Boardhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(f)(i) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Shared-Loss Amounthas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(b)(i) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          Shared-Loss Asset Repurchase Pricemeans, with respect to any Shared-Loss Asset, the principal amount thereof plus any other fees or penalties due from an Obligor (including, subject to the limitations discussed below, the amount of any Accrued Interest) stated on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution, as of the date as of which the Shared-Loss Asset Repurchase Price is being determined (regardless, in the case of a Shared-Loss Loan, of the Legal Balance thereof) plus all Reimbursable Expenses

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and Recovery Expenses incurred up to and through the date of consummation of purchase of such Shared-Loss Asset; provided, that (i) in the case of a Shared-Loss Loan there shall be excluded from such amount the amount of any Accrued Interest accrued on or with respect to such Shared-Loss Loan prior to the ninety (90)-day period ending on the day prior to the purchase date determined pursuant to Sections 2.1(e)(i) or 2.1(e)(iii) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, except to the extent such Accrued Interest was included in the Book Value of such Shared-Loss Loan, and (ii) any collections on a Shared-Loss Loan received by the Assuming Institution after the purchase date applicable to such Shared-Loss Loan shall be applied (without duplication) to reduce the Shared-Loss Asset Repurchase Price of such Shared-Loss Loan on a dollar-for-dollar basis. For purposes of determining the amount of unpaid interest which accrued during a given period with respect to a variable-rate Shared-Loss Loan, all collections of interest shall be deemed to be applied to unpaid interest in the chronological order in which such interest accrued.
          Shared-Loss Assetsmeans Shared-Loss Loans, Other Real Estate purchased by the Assuming Institution, Additional ORE, Subsidiary ORE and Capitalized Expenditures, but does not include Shared-Loss Securities.
          Shared-Loss Loan Commitmentmeans:
     (i) any Commitment to make a further extension of credit or to make a further advance with respect to an existing Shared-Loss Loan; and
     (ii) any Shared-Loss Loan Commitment (described in subparagraph (i) immediately preceding) with respect to which the Assuming Institution has made a Permitted Amendment.
          Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advancemeans an advance pursuant to a Shared-Loss Loan Commitment with respect to which the Assuming Institution has not made a Permitted Advance.
          Shared-Loss Loansmeans:
          (i) (A) Loans purchased by the Assuming Institution pursuant to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement set forth on Schedule 4.15(b) to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement;
               (B) New Shared-Loss Loans purchased by the Assuming Institution pursuant to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement;
               (C) Permitted Advances;
               (D) Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advances, if any; provided, that Shared-Loss Loans shall not include Loans, New Shared-Loss Loans, Permitted Advances and Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advances with respect to which an Acquired Subsidiary, or a constituent Subsidiary thereof, is an Obligor;
               (E) Loans owned by any Acquired Subsidiary which are not Shared-Loss Loans under the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement;
                (F) Consumer Loans; and
          (ii) any Shared-Loss Loans (described in subparagraph (i) immediately preceding) with respect to which the Assuming Institution has made a Permitted Amendment.
          “ Shared-Loss Securitiesmeans those securities and other assets listed on Exhibit 4.15(C).
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Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, exceeds the First Loss Tranche. If the First Loss Tranche is zero or a negative number, the Shared Loss Payment Trigger shall be deemed to have been reached upon Bank Closing.
          Shared-Loss Quarterhas the meaning provided in Section 2.1(a)(i) of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
          “Shares” means common stock and any instrument which by its terms is currently convertible into common stock, or which may become convertible into common stock.
          SLS Net Realized Gainmeans the net realized gain on the sale of a Shared Loss Security determined pursuant to FAS 115, expressed as a negative number on the Quarterly Certificate.
          SLS Net Realized Lossmeans the net realized loss on the sale of a Shared Loss Security determined pursuant to FAS 115, expressed as a positive number on the Quarterly Certificate.
          Subsidiary OREmeans all assets owned by ORE Subsidiaries that would constitute ORE or Additional ORE if such assets were on the books of the Assuming Institution.
          Termination Datemeans the eighth (8th) anniversary of the Commencement Date.
          Third Party Servicermeans any servicer appointed from time to time by the Assuming Institution or any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution to service the Shared-Loss Assets on behalf of the Assuming Institution, the identity of which shall be given to the Receiver prior to or concurrent with the appointment thereof.
ARTICLE II SHARED-LOSS ARRANGEMENT
     2.1 Shared-Loss Arrangement.
          (a) Quarterly Certificates. (i) Not later than thirty (30) days after the end of each Calendar Quarter from and including the initial Calendar Quarter to and including the Calendar Quarter in which the Applicable Anniversary of the Commencement Date falls (each of such Calendar Quarters being referred to herein as a “Shared-Loss Quarter”), the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver a certificate, signed by the Assuming Institution’s chief executive officer and its chief financial officer, setting forth in such form and detail as the Receiver may specify (a “Quarterly Certificate”)(an example of a Quarterly Certificate is attached as Exhibit 1):
     (A) the amount of Charge-Offs, the amount of Recoveries and the amount of Net Charge-Offs (which amount may be negative) during such Shared-Loss Quarter with respect to the Shared-Loss Assets (and for Recoveries, with respect to the Assets for which a charge-off was effected by the Failed Bank prior to Bank Closing); and
     (B) the aggregate amount of Reimbursable Expenses (which amount may be negative) during such Shared-Loss Quarter; and
     (C) SLS Net Realized Loss and SLS Net Realized Gain, if any; and
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          (ii) Not later than thirty (30) days after the end of each Calendar Quarter from and including the first Calendar Quarter following the final Shared-Loss Quarter to and including the Calendar Quarter in which the Termination Date falls (each of such Calendar Quarters being referred to herein as a “Recovery Quarter”), the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver a Quarterly Certificate setting forth, in such form and detail as the Receiver may specify
     (A) the amount of Recoveries and Recovery Expenses during such Recovery Quarter. On the Quarterly Certificate for the first Recovery Quarter only, the Assuming Institution may report as a separate item, in such form and detail as the Receiver may specify, the aggregate amount of any Reimbursable Expenses that: (a) were incurred prior to or during the final Shared-Loss Quarter, and (b) had not been included in any Quarterly Certificate for any Shared-Loss Quarter because they had not been actually paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution (in accordance with the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) during any Shared-Loss Quarter and (c) were actually paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution (in accordance with the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) during the first Recovery Quarter; and
     (B) SLS Net Realized Gain, and any reversals of OTTI Loss.
          (b) Payments With Respect to Shared-Loss Assets.
          (i) For purposes of this Section 2.1(b), the Assuming Institution shall initially record the Shared-Loss Assets on its Accounting Records at Book Value, and initially record the Shared-Loss Securities on its Accounting Records at Book Value, and adjust such amounts as such values may change after the Bank Closing. If the amount of all Net Charge-Offs during any Shared-Loss Quarter plus Reimbursable Expenses, plus SLS Net Realized Gain and SLS Net Realized Loss, plus the OTTI Adjustment during such Shared-Loss Quarter (the “Shared-Loss Amount”) is positive, then, except as provided in Sections 2.1(c) and (e) below, and subject to the provisions of Section 2.1(b)(vi) below, not later than fifteen (15) days after the date on which the Receiver receives the Quarterly Certificate with respect to such Shared-Loss Quarter, the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution an amount equal to eighty percent (80%) of the Shared-Loss Amount for such Shared-Loss Quarter. If the Shared-Loss Amount during any Shared-Loss Quarter is negative, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver an amount equal to eighty percent (80%) of the Shared-Loss Amount for such Shared-Loss Quarter, which payment shall be delivered to the Receiver together with the Quarterly Certificate for such Shared-Loss Quarter.
          (ii) (A) If the amount of gross Recoveries during any Recovery Quarter less Recovery Expenses during such Recovery Quarter plus SLS Net Realized Gains and reversals of OTTI Loss on Shared-Loss Securities (the “Recovery Amount”) is positive, then, simultaneously with its delivery of the Quarterly Certificate with respect to such Recovery Quarter, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver an amount equal to eighty percent (80%) of the Recovery Amount for such Recovery Quarter.
               (B) If the Recovery Amount is negative, then such negative amount shall be subtracted from the amount of gross Recoveries during the next succeeding Recovery Quarter in determining the Recovery Amount in such next succeeding Recovery Quarter; provided, that this Section 2.1(b)(ii) shall operate successively in the event that the Recovery Amount (after giving effect to this Section 2.1(b)(ii)) in such next succeeding Recovery Quarter is negative.
                (C) The Assuming Institution shall specify, in the Quarterly Certificate for the final Recovery Quarter, the aggregate amount for all Recovery Quarters only, as of the end of, and including, the final Recovery Quarter of (A) Recoveries plus SLS Net Realized Gains and reversals of OTTI Loss on

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Shared-Loss Securities (“Aggregate Recovery Period Recoveries”), (B) Recovery Expenses (“Aggregate Recovery Expenses”), and (C) only those Recovery Expenses that have been actually “offset” against Aggregate Recovery Period Recoveries (including those so “offset” in that final Recovery Quarter) (“Aggregate Offset Recovery Expenses”); as used in this sentence, the term “offset” means the amount that has been applied to reduce gross Recoveries in any Recovery Quarter pursuant to the methodology set forth in this Section 2.1(b)(ii). If, at the end of the final Recovery Quarter the amount of Aggregate Recovery Expenses exceeds the amount of Aggregate Recovery Period Recoveries, the Receiver shall have no obligation to pay to the Assuming Institution all or any portion of such excess.
               (D) Subsequent to the Assuming Institution’s calculation of the Recovery Amount (if any) for the final Recovery Quarter, the Assuming Institution shall also show on the Quarterly Certificate for the final Recovery Quarter the results of the following three mathematical calculations: (i) Aggregate Recovery Period Recoveries minus Aggregate Offset Recovery Expenses; (ii) Aggregate Recovery Expenses minus Aggregate Offset Recovery Expenses; and (iii) the lesser of the two amounts calculated in (i) and (ii) immediately above (“Additional Recovery Expenses”) multiplied by 80% (the amount so calculated in (iii) being defined as the “Additional Recovery Expense Amount”). If the Additional Recovery Expense Amount is greater than zero, then the Assuming Institution may request in the Quarterly Certificate for the final Recovery Quarter that the Receiver reimburse the Assuming Institution the amount of the Additional Recovery Expense Amount and the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution the Additional Recovery Expense Amount within fifteen (15) days after the date on which the Receiver receives that Quarterly Certificate.
               (E) On the Quarterly Certificate for the final Recovery Quarter only, the Assuming Institution may include, in addition to any Recovery Expenses for that Recovery Quarter that were paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution in that Recovery Quarter, those Recovery Expenses that: (a) were incurred prior to or during the final Recovery Quarter, and (b) had not been included in any Quarterly Certificate for any Recovery Quarter because they had not been actually paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution (in accordance with the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) during any Recovery Quarter, and (c) were actually paid by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution (in accordance with the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) prior to the date the Assuming Institution is required to deliver that final Quarterly Certificate to the Receiver under the terms of Section 2.1(a)(ii).
          (iii) With respect to each Shared-Loss Quarter and Recovery Quarter, collections by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution on any charge-off effected by the Failed Bank prior to Bank Closing on an Asset other than a Shared-Loss Asset or Shared-Loss Securities shall be reported as Recoveries under this Section 2.1 only to the extent such collections exceed the Book Value of such Asset, if any. For any Shared-Loss Quarter or Recovery Quarter in which collections by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution on such Asset are applied to both Book Value and to a charge-off effected by the Failed Bank prior to Bank Closing, the amount of expenditures incurred by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution attributable to the collection of any such Asset, that shall be considered a Reimbursable Expense or a Recovery Expense under this Section 2.1 will be limited to a proportion of such expenditures which is equal to the proportion derived by dividing (A) the amount of collections on such Asset applied to a charge-off effected by the Failed Bank prior to Bank Closing, by (B) the total collections on such Assets. With respect to Assets that were completely charged off by the Failed Bank and had a zero Book Value at Bank Closing, for the purpose of calculating the payments under this Section 2.1(b) for Recoveries on those Assets for each such quarter, the Assuming Institution shall pay an amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the Recoveries on Failed Bank Charge-Offs/Write-Downs with respect to such Assets, and shall separately account for the other computations on those Recoveries under this Section 2.1(b) using fifty percent (50%) (and not eighty percent (80%)).
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on the Quarterly Certificate for the first Recovery Quarter as described above in Section 2.1(a)(ii)(E), then, not later than fifteen (15) days after the date on which the Receiver receives that Quarterly Certificate, the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution an amount equal to eighty percent (80%) of the amount of such Reimbursable Expenses.
          (v) If the First Loss Tranche as determined under the Purchase and Assumption Agreement is a positive number, Receiver has no obligation to make payment for any Shared Loss Quarters until the Shared -Loss Payment Trigger is satisfied.
          (vi) Payments from the Receiver with respect to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement are administrative expenses of the Receiver. To the extent the Receiver needs funds for shared-loss payments respect to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, the Receiver shall request funds under the Master Loan and Security Agreement, as amended (“MLSA”), from FDIC in its corporate capacity. The Receiver will not agree to any amendment of the MLSA that would prevent the Receiver from drawing on the MLSA to fund shared-loss payments.
          (c) Limitation on Shared-Loss Payment. The Receiver shall not be required to make any payments pursuant to this Section 2.1 with respect to any Charge-Off of a Shared-Loss Asset that the Receiver or the Corporation determines, based upon the Examination Criteria, should not have been effected by the Assuming Institution; provided, (x) the Receiver must provide notice to the Assuming Institution detailing the grounds for not making such payment, (y) the Receiver must provide the Assuming Institution with a reasonable opportunity to cure any such deficiency and (z) (1) to the extent curable, if cured, the Receiver shall make payment with respect to any properly effected Charge-Off and (2) to the extent not curable, the Receiver shall make a payment as to all Charge-Offs (or portion of Charge-Offs) that were effected which would have been payable as a Charge-Off if the Assuming Institution had properly effected such Charge-Off. In the event that the Receiver does not make any payments with respect to any Charge-Off of a Shared-Loss Asset pursuant to this Section 2.1 or determines that a payment was improperly made, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver shall, upon final resolution, make such accounting adjustments and payments as may be necessary to give retroactive effect to such corrections. Failure to administer any Shared-Loss Asset or Assets, or Shared-Loss Securities, in accordance with Article III shall at the discretion of the Receiver constitute grounds for the loss of shared loss coverage with respect to such Shared-Loss Loan or Loans.
          (d) Sale of, or Additional Advances or Amendments with Respect to, Shared-Loss Loans and Administration of Related Loans. No Shared-Loss Loan shall be treated as a Shared-Loss Asset pursuant to this Section 2.1 (i) if the Assuming Institution sells or otherwise transfers such Shared-Loss Loan or any interest therein (whether with or without recourse) to any Person, (ii) after the Assuming Institution makes any additional advance, commitment or increase in the amount of a commitment with respect to such Shared-Loss Loan that does not constitute a Permitted Advance or a Shared-Loss Loan Commitment Advance, (iii) after the Assuming Institution makes any amendment, modification, renewal or extension to such Shared-Loss Loan that does not constitute a Permitted Amendment, or (iv) after the Assuming Institution has managed, administered or collected any “Related Loan” (as such term is defined in Section 3.4 of Article III of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) in any manner which would have the effect of increasing the amount of any collections with respect to the Related Loan to the detriment of such Shared-Loss Asset to which such loan is related; provided, that any such Shared-Loss Loan that has been the subject of Charge-Offs prior to the taking of any action described in clause (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) of this Section 2.1(d) by the Assuming Institution shall be treated as a Shared-Loss Asset pursuant to this Section 2.1 solely for the purpose of treatment of Recoveries on such Charge-Offs until such time as the amount of Recoveries with respect to such Shared-Loss Asset equals such Charge-Offs.

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          (e) Option to Purchase.
          (i) In the event that the Assuming Institution determines that there is a substantial likelihood that continued efforts to collect a Shared-Loss Asset or an Asset for which a charge-off was effected by the Failed Bank with, in either case, a Legal Balance of $5,000,000 or more on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution will result in an expenditure, after Bank Closing, of funds by on behalf of the Assuming Institution to a third party for a specified purpose (the expenditure of which, in its best judgment, will maximize collections), which do not constitute Reimbursable Expenses or Recovery Expenses, and such expenses will exceed ten percent (10%) of the then book value thereof as reflected on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution, the Assuming Institution shall (i) promptly so notify the Receiver and (ii) request that such expenditure be treated as a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense for purposes of this Section 2.1. (Where the Assuming Institution determines that there is a substantial likelihood that the previously mentioned situation exists with respect to continued efforts to collect a Shared-Loss Asset or an Asset for which a charge-off was effected by the Failed Bank with, in either case, a Legal Balance of less than $1,000,000 on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution, the Assuming Institution may so notify the Receiver and request that such expenditure be treated as a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense.) Within thirty (30) days after its receipt of such a notice, the Receiver will advise the Assuming Institution of its consent or denial, that such expenditures shall be treated as a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense, as the case may be. Notwithstanding the failure of the Receiver to give its consent with respect to such expenditures, the Assuming Institution shall continue to administer such Shared-Loss Asset in accordance with Section 2.2, except that the Assuming Institution shall not be required to make such expenditures. At any time after its receipt of such a notice and on or prior to the Termination Date the Receiver shall have the right to purchase such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset as provided in Section 2.1(e)(iii), notwithstanding any consent by the Receiver with respect to such expenditure.
          (ii) During the period prior to the Termination Date, the Assuming Institution shall notify the Receiver within fifteen (15) days after any of the following becomes fully or partially charged-off:
     (A) a Shared-Loss Loan having a Legal Balance (or, in the case of more than one (1) Shared-Loss Loan made to the same Obligor, a combined Legal Balance) of $5,000,000 or more in circumstances in which the legal claim against the relevant Obligor survives; or
     (B) a Shared-Loss Loan to a director, an “executive officer” as defined in 12 C.F.R. 215.2(d), a “principal shareholder” as defined in 12 C.F.R. 215.2(l), or an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution.
          During the period prior to the Termination Date, the Assuming Institution shall notify the Receiver within fifteen (15) days after any complete or partial charge-off of a Shared-Loss Loan to a director, an “executive officer” as defined in 12 C.F.R. 215.2(d), a “principal shareholder” as defined in 12 C.F.R. 215.2(l), or an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution.
          (iii) If the Receiver determines in its discretion that the Assuming Institution is not diligently pursuing collection efforts with respect to any Shared-Loss Asset which has been fully or partially charged-off or written-down (including any Shared-Loss Asset which is identified or required to be identified in a notice pursuant to Section 2.1(e)(ii)) or any Asset for which there exists a Failed Bank Charge-Off/Write-Down, the Receiver may at its option, exercisable at any time on or prior to the Termination Date, require the Assuming Institution to assign, transfer and convey such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset to and for the sole benefit of the Receiver for a price equal to the Shared-Loss Asset Repurchase Price thereof less the Related Liability Amount with respect to any Related Liabilities related to such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset.

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          (iv) Not later than ten (10) days after the date upon which the Assuming Institution receives notice of the Receiver’s intention to purchase or require the assignment of any Shared-Loss Asset or Asset pursuant to Section 2.1(e)(i) or (iii), the Assuming Institution shall transfer to the Receiver such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset and any Credit Files relating thereto and shall take all such other actions as may be necessary and appropriate to adequately effect the transfer of such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset from the Assuming Institution to the Receiver. Not later than fifteen (15) days after the date upon which the Receiver receives such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset and any Credit Files relating thereto, the Receiver shall pay to the Assuming Institution an amount equal to the Shared-Loss Asset Repurchase Price of such Shared-Loss Asset or Asset less the Related Liability Amount.
          (v) The Receiver shall assume all Related Liabilities with respect to any Shared-Loss Asset or Asset set forth in the notice described in Section 2.1(e)(iv).
          (f) Dispute Resolution.
          (i) (A) Any dispute as to whether a Charge-Off of a Shared-Loss Asset was made in accordance with Examination Criteria shall be resolved by the Assuming Institution’s Chartering Authority. (B) With respect to any other dispute arising under the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement which the parties hereto cannot resolve after having negotiated such matter, in good faith, for a thirty (30) day period, other than a dispute the Corporation is not permitted to submit to arbitration under the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1996 (“ADRA”), as amended, such other dispute shall be resolved by determination of a review board (a “Review Board”) established pursuant to Section 2.1(f). Any Review Board under this Section 2.1(f) shall follow the provisions of the Federal Arbitration Act and shall follow the provisions of the ADRA. (C) Any determination by the Assuming Institution’s Chartering Authority or by a Review Board shall be conclusive and binding on the parties hereto and not subject to further dispute, and judgment may be entered on said determination in accordance with applicable arbitration law in any court having jurisdiction thereof.
          (ii) A Review Board shall consist of three (3) members, each of whom shall have such expertise as the Corporation and the Assuming Institution agree is relevant. As appropriate, the Receiver or the Corporation (the “FDIC Party”) will select one member, one member will be selected by the Assuming Institution and the third member (the “Neutral Member”) will be selected by the other two members. The member of the Review Board selected by a party may be removed at any time by such party upon two (2) days’ written notice to the other party of the selection of a replacement member. The Neutral Member may be removed by unanimous action of the members appointed by the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution after two (2) days’ prior written notice to the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution of the selection of a replacement Neutral Member. In addition, if a Neutral Member fails for any reason to serve or continue to serve on the Review Board, the other remaining members shall so notify the parties to the dispute and the Neutral Member in writing that such Neutral Member will be replaced, and the Neutral Member shall thereafter be replaced by the unanimous action of the other remaining members within twenty (20) business days of that notification.
          (iii) No dispute may be submitted to a Review Board by any of the parties to this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement unless such party has provided to the other party a written notice of dispute (“Notice of Dispute”). During the forty-five (45)-day period following the providing of a Notice of Dispute, the parties to the dispute will make every effort in good faith to resolve the dispute by mutual agreement. As part of these good faith efforts, the parties should consider the use of less formal dispute resolution techniques, as judged appropriate by each party in its sole discretion. Such techniques may include, but are not limited to, mediation, settlement conference, and early neutral evaluation. If the parties have not agreed to a resolution of the dispute by the end of such forty-five (45)-day period, then, subject to

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the discretion of the Corporation and the written consent of the Assuming Institution as set forth in Section 2.1(f)(i)(B) above, on the first day following the end of such period, the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution shall notify each other of its selection of its member of the Review Board and such members shall be instructed to promptly select the Neutral Member of the Review Board. If the members appointed by the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution are unable to promptly agree upon the initial selection of the Neutral Member, or a timely replacement Neutral Member as set forth in Section 2.1(f)(ii) above, the two appointed members shall apply to the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), and such Neutral Member shall be appointed in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the AAA.
          (iv) The resolution of a dispute pursuant to this Section 2.1(f) shall be governed by the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the AAA to the extent that such rules are not inconsistent with this Section 2.1(f). The Review Board may modify the procedures set forth in such rules from time to time with the prior approval of the FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution.
          (v) Within fifteen (15) days after the last to occur of the final written submissions of both parties, the presentation of witnesses, if any, and oral presentations, if any, the Review Board shall adopt the position of one of the parties and shall present to the parties a written award regarding the dispute. The determination of any two (2) members of a Review Board will constitute the determination of such Review Board.
          (vi) The FDIC Party and the Assuming Institution will each pay the fees and expenses of the member of the Review Board selected by it. The FDIC Party and Assuming Institution will share equally the fees and expenses of the Neutral Member. No such fees or expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution shall be subject to reimbursement by the FDIC Party under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement or otherwise.
          (vii) Each party will bear all costs and expenses incurred by it in connection with the submission of any dispute to a Review Board. No such costs or expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Assuming Institution shall be subject to reimbursement by the FDIC Party under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement or otherwise. The Review Board shall have no authority to award costs or expenses incurred by either party to these proceedings.
          (viii) Any dispute resolution proceeding held pursuant to this Section 2.1(f) shall not be public. In addition, each party and each member of any Review Board shall strictly maintain the confidentiality of all issues, disputes, arguments, positions and interpretations of any such proceeding, as well as all information, attachments, enclosures, exhibits, summaries, compilations, studies, analyses, notes, documents, statements, schedules and other similar items associated therewith, except as the parties agree in writing or such disclosure is required pursuant to law, rule or regulation. Pursuant to ADRA, dispute resolution communications may not be disclosed either by the parties or by any member of the Review board unless:
(1) all parties to the dispute resolution proceeding agree in writing;
(2) the communication has already been made public;
(3) the communication is required by statute, rule or regulation to be made public;
or
(4) a court determines that such testimony or disclosure is necessary to prevent a manifest injustice, help establish a violation of the law or prevent harm to the public health or safety, or of sufficient magnitude in the particular case to outweigh the integrity of dispute resolution proceedings in general by reducing the confidence of parties in future cases that their communications will remain confidential.

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          (ix) Any dispute resolution proceeding pursuant to this Section 2.1(f) (whether as a matter of good faith negotiations, by resort to a Review Board, or otherwise) is a compromise negotiation for purposes of the Federal Rules of Evidence and state rules of evidence. The parties agree that all proceedings, including any statement made or document prepared by any party, attorney or other participants are privileged and shall not be disclosed in any subsequent proceeding or document or construed for any purpose as an admission against interest. Any document submitted and any statements made during any dispute resolution proceeding are for settlement purposes only. The parties further agree not to subpoena any of the members of the Review Board or any documents submitted to the Review Board. In no event will the Neutral Member voluntarily testify on behalf of any party.
          (x) No decision, interpretation, determination, analysis, statement, award or other pronouncement of any Review Board shall constitute precedent as regards any subsequent proceeding (whether or not such proceeding involves dispute resolution under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement) nor shall any Review Board be bound to follow any decision, interpretation, determination, analysis, statement, award or other pronouncement rendered by any previous Review Board or any other previous dispute resolution panel which may have convened in connection with a transaction involving other failed financial institutions or Federal assistance transactions.
          (xi) The parties may extend any period of time in this Section 2.1(f) by mutual agreement. Notwithstanding anything above to the contrary, no dispute shall be submitted to a Review Board until each member of the Review Board, and any substitute member, if applicable, agrees to be bound by the provisions of this Section 2.1(f) as applicable to members of a Review Board. Prior to the commencement of the Review Board proceedings, or, in the case of a substitute Neutral Member, prior to the re-commencement of such proceedings subsequent to that substitution, the Neutral Member shall provide a written oath of impartiality.
          (xii) For the avoidance of doubt, and notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in the event any notice of dispute is provided to a party under this Section 2.1(g) prior to the Termination Date, the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement shall remain in effect with respect to any such items set forth in such notice until such time as any such dispute with respect to such item is finally resolved.
          (g) Payment in the Event Losses Fail to Reach Expected Level. On the date that is 45 days following the last day (such day, the “True-Up Measurement Date”) of the calendar month in which the tenth anniversary of the calendar day following the Bank Closing occurs, or upon the final disposition of all Shared Loss Assets under the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement at any time after the termination of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, the Assuming Institution shall pay to the Receiver fifty percent (50%) of the excess, if any, of (i) twenty percent (20%) of the Intrinsic Loss Estimate less (ii) the sum of (A) twenty-five percent (25%) of the asset premium (discount) plus (B) twenty-five percent (25%) of the Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments plus (C) the Cumulative Servicing Amount. The Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Receiver not later than 30 days following the True-Up Measurement Date, a schedule, signed by an officer of the Assuming Institution, setting forth in reasonable detail the calculation of the Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments and the Cumulative Servicing Amount.
     2.2 Administration of Shared-Loss Assets. The Assuming Institution shall at all times prior to the Termination Date comply with the Rules Regarding the Administration of Shared-Loss Assets as set forth in Article III of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
     2.3 Auditor Report; Right to Audit.
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Section 363 after the end of each fiscal year from and including the fiscal year during which Bank Closing falls to and including the calendar year during which the Termination Date falls, the Assuming Institution shall deliver to the Corporation and to the Receiver a report signed by its independent public accountants stating that they have reviewed the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement and that, in the course of their annual audit of the Assuming Institution’s books and records, nothing has come to their attention suggesting that any computations required to be made by the Assuming Institution during such year by this Article II were not made by the Assuming Institution in accordance herewith. In the event that the Assuming Institution cannot comply with the preceding sentence, it shall promptly submit to the Receiver corrected computations together with a report signed by its independent public accountants stating that, after giving effect to such corrected computations, nothing has come to their attention suggesting that any computations required to be made by the Assuming Institution during such year by this Article II were not made by the Assuming Institution in accordance herewith. In such event, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver shall make all such accounting adjustments and payments as may be necessary to give effect to each correction reflected in such corrected computations, retroactive to the date on which the corresponding incorrect computation was made. It is the intention of this provision to align the timing of the audit required under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement with the examination audit required pursuant to 12 CFR Section 363.
          (b) The Assuming Institution shall perform on an annual basis an internal audit of its compliance with the provisions of this Article II and shall provide the Receiver and the Corporation with copies of the internal audit reports and access to internal audit workpapers related to such internal audit.
          (c) The Receiver or the Corporation, their agents, contractors and their employees, may perform an audit to determine the Assuming Institution’s compliance with the provisions of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, including this Article II, at any time by providing not less than ten (10) Business Days prior written notice. The scope and duration of any such audit shall be within the discretion of the Receiver or the Corporation, as the case may be, but shall in no event be administered in a manner that unreasonably interferes with the operation of the Assuming Institution’s business. The Receiver or the Corporation, as the case may be, shall bear the expense of any such audit. In the event that any corrections are necessary as a result of such an audit, the Assuming Institution and the Receiver shall make such accounting adjustments and payments as may be necessary to give retroactive effect to such corrections.
     2.4 Withholdings. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Article II, the Receiver, upon the direction of the Director (or designee) of the Corporation’s Division of Resolutions and Receiverships, may withhold payment for any amounts included in a Quarterly Certificate delivered pursuant to Section 2.1, if, in its judgment, there is a reasonable basis under the terms of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement for denying the eligibility of an item for which reimbursement or payment is sought under such Section. In such event, the Receiver shall provide a written notice to the Assuming Institution detailing the grounds for withholding such payment. At such time as the Assuming Institution demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Receiver that the grounds for such withholding of payment, or portion of payment, no longer exist or have been cured, then the Receiver shall pay the Assuming Institution the amount withheld which the Receiver determines is eligible for payment, within fifteen (15) Business Days. In the event the Receiver or the Assuming Institution elects to submit the issue of the eligibility of the item for reimbursement or payment for determination under the dispute resolution procedures of Section 2.1(f), then (i) if the dispute is settled by the mutual agreement of the parties in accordance with Section 2.1(f)(iii), the Receiver shall pay the amount withheld (to the extent so agreed) within fifteen (15) Business Days from the date upon which the dispute is determined by the parties to be resolved by mutual agreement, and (ii) if the dispute is resolved by the determination of a Review Board, the Receiver shall pay the amount withheld (to the extent so determined) within fifteen (15) Business Days from the date upon which the Receiver is notified of the determination by the Review Board of its obligation to make such payment. Any payment by the Receiver pursuant to this Section 2.4 shall be made together with interest on the amount thereof from the date the payment was agreed

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or determined otherwise to be due, at the interest rate per annum determined by the Receiver to be equal to the coupon equivalent of the three (3)-month U.S. Treasury Bill Rate in effect as of the first Business Day of each Calendar Quarter during which such interest accrues as reported in the Federal Reserve Board’s Statistical Release for Selected Interest Rates H.15 opposite the caption “Auction Average — 3-Month” or, if not so reported for such day, for the next preceding Business Day for which such rate was so reported.
     2.5 Books and Records. The Assuming Institution shall at all times during the term of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement keep books and records which fairly present all dealings and transactions carried out in connection with its business and affairs. Except as otherwise provided for in the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, all financial books and records shall be kept in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, consistently applied for the periods involved and in a manner such that information necessary to determine compliance with any requirement of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement will be readily obtainable, and in a manner such that the purposes of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement may be effectively accomplished. Without the prior written approval of the Corporation, the Assuming Institution shall not make any change in its accounting principles adversely affecting the value of the Shared-Loss Assets except as required by a change in generally accepted accounting principles. The Assuming Institution shall notify the Corporation of any change in its accounting principles affecting the Shared-Loss Assets which it believes are required by a change in generally accepted accounting principles.
     2.6 Information. The Assuming Institution shall promptly provide to the Corporation such other information, including financial statements and computations, relating to the performance of the provisions of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or otherwise relating to its business and affairs or this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, as the Corporation or the Receiver may request from time to time.
     2.7 Tax Ruling. The Assuming Institution shall not at any time, without the Corporation’s prior written consent, seek a private letter ruling or other determination from the Internal Revenue Service or otherwise seek to qualify for any special tax treatment or benefits associated with any payments made by the Corporation pursuant to the Purchase and Assumption Agreement or this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
ARTICLE III — RULES REGARDING THE ADMINISTRATION OF SHARED-LOSS ASSETS AND
SHARED-LOSS SECURITIES
     3.1 Agreement with Respect to Administration. The Assuming Institution shall (and shall cause any of its Affiliates to which the Assuming Institution transfers any Shared-Loss Assets or Shared-Loss Securities), or shall cause a Third Party Servicer to, manage, administer, and collect the Shared-Loss Assets and Shared-Loss Securities while owned by the Assuming Institution or any Affiliate thereof during the term of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement in accordance with the rules set forth in this Article III (“Rules”). The Assuming Institution shall be responsible to the Receiver and the Corporation in the performance of its duties hereunder and shall provide to the Receiver and the Corporation such reports as the Receiver or the Corporation reasonably deems advisable, including but not limited to the reports required by Section 3.3 hereof, and shall permit the Receiver and the Corporation at all times to monitor the Assuming Institution’s performance of its duties hereunder.
     3.2 Duties of the Assuming Institution with Respect to Shared-Loss Assets.
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          (i) manage, administer, collect and effect Charge-Offs and Recoveries with respect to each Shared-Loss Asset in a manner consistent with (A) usual and prudent business and banking practices; (B) the Assuming Institution’s (or, in the case a Third Party Servicer is engaged, the Third Party Servicer’s) practices and procedures including, without limitation, the then-effective written internal credit policy guidelines of the Assuming Institution, with respect to the management, administration and collection of and taking of charge-offs and write-downs with respect to loans, other real estate and repossessed collateral that do not constitute Shared Loss Assets;
          (ii) exercise its best business judgment in managing, administering, collecting and effecting Charge-Offs with respect to Shared-Loss Assets;
          (iii) use its best efforts to maximize collections with respect to Shared-Loss Assets and, if applicable for a particular Shared-Loss Asset, without regard to the effect of maximizing collections on assets held by the Assuming Institution or any of its Affiliates that are not Shared-Loss Assets;
          (iv) adopt and implement accounting, reporting, record-keeping and similar systems with respect to the Shared-Loss Assets, as provided in Section 3.4 hereof;
          (v) retain sufficient staff to perform its duties hereunder; and
          (vi) provide written notification in accordance with Article IV of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement immediately after the execution of any contract pursuant to which any third party (other than an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution) will manage, administer or collect any of the Shared-Loss Assets, together with a copy of that contract.
     (b) Any transaction with or between any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution with respect to any Shared-Loss Asset including, without limitation, the execution of any contract pursuant to which any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution will manage, administer or collect any of the Shared-Loss Assets, or any other action involving self-dealing, shall be subject to the prior written approval of the Receiver or the Corporation.
     (c) The following categories of expenses shall not be deemed to be Reimbursable Expenses or Recovery Expenses:
          (i) Federal, State, or local income taxes and expenses related thereto;
          (ii) salaries or other compensation and related benefits of Assuming Institution employees and the employees of its Affiliates including, without limitation, any bonus, commission or severance arrangements, training, payroll taxes, dues, or travel- or relocation-related expenses,;
          (iii) the cost of space occupied by the Assuming Institution, any Affiliate thereof and their staff, the rental of and maintenance of furniture and equipment, and expenses for data processing including the purchase or enhancement of data processing systems;
          (iv) except as otherwise provided herein, fees for accounting and other independent professional consultants (other than consultants retained to assess the presence, storage or release of any hazardous or toxic substance, or any pollutant or contaminant with respect to the collateral securing a Shared-Loss Asset that has been fully or partially charged-off); provided, that for purposes of this Section 3.2(c)(iv), fees of attorneys and appraisers engaged as necessary to assist in collections with respect to Shared-Loss Assets shall not be deemed to be fees of other independent consultants;

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               (v) allocated portions of any other overhead or general and administrative expense other than any fees relating to specific assets, such as appraisal fees or environmental audit fees, for services of a type the Assuming Institution does not normally perform internally;
               (vi) any expense not incurred in good faith and with the same degree of care that the Assuming Institution normally would exercise in the collection of troubled assets in which it alone had an interest; and
               (vii) any expense incurred for a product, service or activity that is of an extravagant nature or design.
          (d) Subject to Section 3.7, the Assuming Institution shall not contract with third parties to provide services the cost of which would be a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense if the Assuming Institution would have provided such services itself if the relevant Shared-Loss Assets were not subject to the loss-sharing provisions of Section 2.1 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
     3.3 Duties of the Assuming Institution with Respect to Shared-Loss Securities.
     (a) In the performance of its duties under these Rules, the Assuming Institution shall:
               (i) manage, administer, collect and each Shared-Loss Security in a manner consistent with (A) usual and prudent business and banking practices; (B) the Assuming Institution’s practices and procedures including, without limitation, the then-effective written internal credit policy guidelines of the Assuming Institution, with respect to the management, administration and collection of similar assets that are not Shared-Loss Securities;
               (ii) exercise its best business judgment in managing, administering, collecting and effecting Charge-Offs with respect to Shared-Loss Securities;
               (iii) use its best efforts to maximize collections with respect to Shared-Loss Securities and, if applicable for a particular Shared-Loss Security, without regard to the effect of maximizing collections on assets held by the Assuming Institution or any of its Affiliates that are not Shared-Loss Securities, provided that, any sale of a Shared-Loss Security shall only be made with the prior approval of the Receiver or the Corporation;
               (iv) adopt and implement accounting, reporting, record-keeping and similar systems with respect to the Shared-Loss Securities, as provided in Section 3.4 hereof;
               (v) retain sufficient staff to perform its duties hereunder; and
               (vi) provide written notification in accordance with Article IV of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement immediately after the execution of any contract pursuant to which any third party (other than an Affiliate of the Assuming Institution) will manage, administer or collect any of the Shared-Loss Securities, together with a copy of that contract.
          (b) Any transaction with or between any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution with respect to any Shared-Loss Security including, without limitation, the execution of any contract pursuant to which any Affiliate of the Assuming Institution will manage, administer or collect any of the Shared-Loss Assets, or any other action involving self-dealing, shall be subject to the prior written approval of the Receiver or the Corporation.

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          (c) The Assuming Institution shall not contract with third parties to provide services the cost of which would be a Reimbursable Expense or Recovery Expense if the Assuming Institution would have provided such services itself if the relevant Shared-Loss Assets were not subject to the loss-sharing provisions of Section 2.1 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
     3.4 Records and Reports. The Assuming Institution shall establish and maintain records on a separate general ledger, and on such subsidiary ledgers as may be appropriate to account for the Shared-Loss Assets and the Shared-Loss Securities, in such form and detail as the Receiver or the Corporation may require, to enable the Assuming Institution to prepare and deliver to the Receiver or the Corporation such reports as the Receiver or the Corporation may from time to time request regarding the Shared-Loss Assets, the Shared-Loss Securities and the Quarterly Certificates required by Section 2.1 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
     3.5 Related Loans.
          (a) The Assuming Institution shall not manage, administer or collect any “Related Loan” in any manner which would have the effect of increasing the amount of any collections with respect to the Related Loan to the detriment of the Shared-Loss Asset to which such loan is related. A “Related Loan” means any loan or extension of credit held by the Assuming Institution at any time on or prior to the end of the final Recovery Quarter that is: (i) made to the same Obligor with respect to a Loan that is a Shared-Loss Asset or with respect to a Loan from which Other Real Estate, Additional ORE or Subsidiary ORE derived, or (ii) attributable to the same primary Obligor with respect to any Loan described in clause (i) under the rules of the Assuming Institution’s Chartering Authority concerning the legal lending limits of financial institutions organized under its jurisdiction as in effect on the Commencement Date, as applied to the Assuming Institution.
          (b) The Assuming Institution shall prepare and deliver to the Receiver with the Quarterly Certificates for the Calendar Quarters ending June 30 and December 31 for all Shared-Loss Quarters and Recovery Quarters, a schedule of all Related Loans which are commercial loans or commercial real estate loans with Legal Balances of $5,000,000 or more on the Accounting Records of the Assuming Institution as of the end of each such semi-annual period, and all other commercial loans or commercial real estate loans attributable to the same Obligor on such loans of $5,000,000 or more.
     3.6 Legal Action; Utilization of Special Receivership Powers. The Assuming Institution shall notify the Receiver in writing (such notice to be given in accordance with Article IV below and to include all relevant details) prior to utilizing in any legal action any special legal power or right which the Assuming Institution derives as a result of having acquired a Shared-Loss Asset from the Receiver, and the Assuming Institution shall not utilize any such power unless the Receiver shall have consented in writing to the proposed usage. The Receiver shall have the right to direct such proposed usage by the Assuming Institution and the Assuming Institution shall comply in all respects with such direction. Upon request of the Receiver, the Assuming Institution will advise the Receiver as to the status of any such legal action. The Assuming Institution shall immediately notify the Receiver of any judgment in litigation involving any of the aforesaid special powers or rights.
     3.7 Third Party Servicer. The Assuming Institution may perform any of its obligations and/or exercise any of its rights under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement through or by one or more Third Party Servicers, who may take actions and make expenditures as if any such Third Party Servicer was the Assuming Institution hereunder (and, for the avoidance of doubt, such expenses incurred by any such Third Party Servicer on behalf of the Assuming Institution shall be Reimbursable Expenses or Recovery Expenses, as the case may be, to the same extent such expenses would so qualify if incurred by the Assuming

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Institution); provided, however, that the use thereof by the Assuming Institution shall not release the Assuming Institution of any obligation or liability hereunder.
ARTICLE IV — PORTFOLIO SALE
     4.1 Assuming Institution Portfolio Sales of Remaining Shared-Loss Assets. The Assuming Institution shall have the right with the concurrence of the Receiver, commencing as of the first day of the third to last Shared-Loss Quarter, to liquidate for cash consideration, in one or more transactions, all or a portion of Shared-Loss Assets held by the Assuming Institution (“Portfolio Sales”). If the Assuming Institution exercises its option under this Section 4.1, it must give thirty (30) days notice in writing to the Receiver setting forth the details and schedule for the Portfolio Sale which shall be conducted by means of sealed bid sales to third parties, not including any of the Assuming Institution’s affiliates, contractors, or any affiliates of the Assuming Institution’s contractors.
     4.2 Calculation of Sale Gain or Loss. For Shared-Loss Assets gain or loss on the sales under Section 4.1 will be calculated as the aggregate sales price received by the Assuming Institution less the aggregate book value of the remaining Shared-Loss Assets.
ARTICLE V — LOSS-SHARING NOTICES GIVEN TO CORPORATION AND/OR RECEIVER
     As a supplement to the notice provisions contained in Section 13.7 of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement, any notice, request, demand, consent, approval, or other communication (a “Notice”) given to the Corporation and/or the Receiver in the loss-sharing context shall be given as follows:
     5.1 With respect to a Notice under Section 2 and Sections 3.1-3.5 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Division of Resolutions and Receiverships
550 17th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20429
Attention: Assistant Director, Franchise and Asset Marketing
     5.2 With respect to a Notice under Section 3.6 of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Legal Division
1601 Bryan Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
Attention: Regional Counsel
with a copy to:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Legal Division
550 17th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20429
Attention: Senior Counsel (Special Issues Group)
ARTICLE VI — MISCELLANEOUS
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a party hereto in connection with this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement shall be borne by such party whether or not the transactions contemplated herein shall be consummated.
     6.2 Successors and Assigns; Specific Performance. This Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, and all of the terms and provisions hereof shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective permitted successors and assigns only. The Receiver may assign or otherwise transfer this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement and the rights and obligations of the Receiver hereunder (in whole or in part) to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in its corporate capacity without the consent of Assuming Institution. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement, except as is expressly permitted in this Section 6.2, the Assuming Institution may not assign or otherwise transfer this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement or any of the Assuming Institution’s rights or obligations hereunder (in whole or in part), or sell or transfer of any subsidiary of the Assuming Institution holding title to Shared-Loss Assets or Shared-Loss Securities, without the prior written consent of the Receiver, which consent may be granted or withheld by the Receiver in its sole and absolute discretion. An assignment or transfer of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement includes:
     (i) a merger or consolidation of the Assuming Institution with or into another company, if the shareholders of the Assuming Institution will own less than sixty-six and two/thirds percent (66.66% ) of the equity of the consolidated entity;
     (ii) a merger or consolidation of the Assuming Institution’s Holding Company with or into another company, if the shareholders of the Holding Company will own less than sixty-six and two/thirds percent (66.66% ) of the equity of the consolidated entity;
     (iii) the sale of all or substantially all of the assets of the Assuming Institution to another company or person; or
     (iv) a sale of shares by any one or more shareholders that will effect a change in control of the Assuming Institution, as determined by the Receiver with reference to the standards set forth in the Change in Bank Control Act, 12 U.S.C. 1817(j).
For the avoidance of doubt, any transaction under this Section 6.2 that requires the Receiver’s consent that is made without consent of the Receiver hereunder will relieve the Receiver of any of its obligations under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement.
No Loss shall be recognized under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement as a result of any accounting adjustments that are made due to or as a result of any assignment or transfer of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement or any merger, consolidation, sale or other transaction to which the Assuming Institution, its Holding Company or any Affiliate is a party, regardless of whether the Receiver consents to such assignment or transfer in connection with such transaction pursuant to this Section 6.2.
     6.3 WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL. EACH PARTY HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVES ALL RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY IN OR TO HAVE A JURY PARTICIPATE IN RESOLVING ANY DISPUTE, ACTION, PROCEEDING OR COUNTERCLAIM, WHETHER SOUNDING IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS COMMERCIAL SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT OR ANY OF THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY.
     6.4 No Third Party Beneficiary. This Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement and the Exhibits hereto are for the sole and exclusive benefit of the parties hereto and their respective permitted successors and permitted assigns and there shall be no other third party beneficiaries, and nothing in Commercial

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Shared-Loss Agreement or the Exhibits shall be construed to grant to any other Person any right, remedy or claim under or in respect of this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement or any provision hereof.
     6.5 Consent. Except as otherwise provided herein, when the consent of a party is required herein, such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
     6.6 Rights Cumulative. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, the rights of each of the parties under this Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement are cumulative, may be exercised as often as any party considers appropriate and are in addition to each such party’s rights under the Purchase and Sale Agreement and any of the related agreements or under law. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, any failure to exercise or any delay in exercising any of such rights, or any partial or defective exercise of such rights, shall not operate as a waiver or variation of that or any other such right.

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Exhibit 1
For the commercial and other pool, the FDIC reporting requirement includes the following:
  o   A quarterly loan level download for all loans in the asset pool
 
  o   A quarterly asset level download of commercial ORE
 
  o   A quarterly certificate report that includes 3 sections:
  o   1: A summary report of total covered losses for the quarter and the derivation of the FDIC portion of the covered loss
 
  o   2: A summary report on the commercial and other portfolio and covered losses and recoveries
 
  o   3: A performance report on the outstanding commercial and other pool assets under loss share
  o   A quarterly listing of assets with covered losses
A blank version of the quarterly certificate report is shown below.

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CERTIFICATE
QUARTERLY SUMMARY
FOR COMMAND OTHER SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
FDIC - RECEIVER OF
 
 
PURCHASE AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT DATED:                     
Shared-Loss Quarter Ended:
(Dollars)
Calculation of Amount Due from (to) FDIC
                                 
FDIC % Share   0%   80%   95%   Total
 
Carry forward from other types of assets:
                               
1. Cumulative losses from single family loans
    0       0       0       0  
2. Cumulative losses from securities
    0       0       0       0  
3. Cumulative loss from non-single family
    0       0       0       0  
4. Total cumulative losses at beg of quarter
    0       0       0       0  
5. Covered losses (gains) during quarter
    0       0       0       0  
                                 
6. Cumulative loss at end of quarter
    0       0       0       0  
 
FDIC % Share
    x 0 %     x 80 %     x 95 %        
7. Amount Due from (to) FDIC
    0 +     0 +     0   =    
Memo: threshold for recovery percentage
    0       0                
 
                 
Preparer name:
   
 
       
 
Preparer signature
   
 
               
Preparer title:
   
 
           
 
               
Officer name:
   
 
       
 
Officer signature
   
Officer title:
   
 
           
 
               
Date:
   
 
           
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CERTIFICATE
QUARTERLY SUMMARY
FOR COMM AND OTHER SHARED-LOSS AGREEMENT
FDIC - RECEIVER OF
                     BANK
                                         BANK
PURCH AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT DATED                     
Shared-Loss Quarter Ended:                                         
(Dollars)
                                                                                 
            This Quarter
PART A. Opening/Closing/Net Shared-Loss Asset   Cumulative at beg   Commercial Real Estate Loans           ORE & oth repo   Consumer                   FDIC   Cumulative at
Balances   of Quarter   Constr & Dev   Other   C& I Loans   assets   Loans   Other Loans   Total   Adjustments   end of Quarter
1. Opening Balance
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
2. Adjustments: a) Transfers
            0       0       0       0       0       0                          
b) Reclassifications
            0       0       0       0       0       0                          
c) Other
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
3. Adjusted Opening Balance
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
4. Add: a) Assumed Commitment Advances
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
b) Permitted Advances
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
c) Capital Expenditures
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
d) Recoveries
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
5. Less: a) Prin Collections (payoffs and amort)
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
b) Sales
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
c) Change-Offs (excluding accr int)
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
d) Qualifying loss on sales
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
6. Net (Reduction)/Increase Amount
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
7. Closing Balance
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
PART B. Charge-Offs. Recoveries & Reimbursable Expenses
                                                                               
8. Charge-offs: a) Principal (from 5c and 5d)
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
b) Accr int (up to 90 days)
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
9. Total Charge-Offs
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
10. Less: Recoveries
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
11. Net Charge-Offs/(Recoveries)
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
12. Add: Reimbursable Expenses
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
13. Less: Offsetting income
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
14. Shared-Loss Debit (Credit) Amount
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0  


 

Failed Bank Name
Performance Status: Commercial and Other Loans
Quarter ending
                                                          
(Dollars)
Number of Loans/Properties
                                                         
            Delinquent   In   Repossessed    
    Performing   30-59 days   60-89 days   90+days   Foreclosure   Assets*   Total
Construction & Development
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Other Comm Real Estate
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Total Comm Real Estate
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
C&I
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Consumer Loans
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Other Loans
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Total
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
$ Balance (000s)
                                                         
            Delinquent   In   Repossessed    
    Performing   30-59 days   60-89 days   90+days   Foreclosure   Assets*   Total
Construction & Development
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Other Comm Real Estate
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Total Comm Real Estate
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
C&I
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Consumer Loans
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Other Loans
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
Total
    0       0       0       0       0       0       0  
 
*   ORE for CRE loans; other types of repossessed assets for other types of loans.