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The recent turmoil in the credit markets created an expanded opportunity for investors who allocate money to special niches in the bridge loan market. One such niche is in the Trustee and Receivership Loan Space. In the past 24 months, over 200 national banks have failed and have been taken over by the FDIC. It is anticipated that another 60 Banks will be under FDIC control in the next 12 months. Approximately 30% of the loans held by these banks are in some form of default or bankruptcy. Once a loan enters this status, a trustee or receiver is usually assigned, by the courts, to supervise and administer the various interests of the borrowers, lenders, and equity holders of each loan. The Trustees and Receivers have broad powers to protect the assets, which in some cases, involves obtaining "super priority" loans to keep the troubled assets working until a restructuring of the various interests can occur.