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RTC

(in India) abbreviation for
1. (Automotive Engineering) Road Transport Corporation
2. Round Table Conference
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Lee Davison, "The Resolution Trust Corporation and Congress: 1989-1993, Part II," Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's Banking Review, vol.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation announced its plans for the remaining regulations and contracts of the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), the agency established in 1989 to manage the assets and liabilities of failed savings and loans institutions.
Other securities offerings -- backed by sources as diverse as nursing-home mortgages and Resolution Trust Corporation loans -- are also bringing billions to the real estate community.
Increased governmental regulations related to removal of asbestos, the Americans with Disabilities Act and environmental laws, along with the dumping of real estate by the Federal Depositor Insurance Corporation and the Resolution Trust Corporation, have created an extremely difficult environment for some properties that might otherwise continue to have a useful economic life.
The IRS has unofficially indicated that individuals may be able to roll over individual retirement account (IRA) distributions received from the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) that were previously rolled over within the past year without violating Sec.
Concurrently, the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) is selling off portfolios of CMO residuals of thrifts in conservatorship or receivership to raise capital in their effort to recover the liquidation costs of these failed thrifts.
The Resolution Trust Corporation is having a tough time selling deposits, according to reports in a number of business and trade publications.
While auctions have been utilized regularly for unique luxury properties, farm and ranch land, fine art and collector automobiles, their use in commercial real estate transactions waned following the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) disposition market of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Despite the constant criticism against foreigners, the Danaharta/Danamodal program looks a lot like America's Resolution Trust Corporation.
The Resolution Trust Corporation earlier this decade chose to offer commercial real estate in what might be termed a fire sale because it was the only way an otherwise seized-up market could be galvanized.
During the Bush Administration, the Resolution Trust Corporation spent 13 hours investigating First Federal, whose bailout cost taxpayers $833 million.