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Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989
(FIRREA) -- legislation that abolished the FSLIC and established a new deposit insurance fund, SAIF, for savings institutions, appropriated funds and created the Resolution Trust Corporation to dispose of failed thrifts, imposed wide-ranging changes in savings institution investment activities and operations, and created the Office of Thrift Supervision as part of a restructuring of the federal thrift regulatory and supervisory systems.
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