Judge Rules Against FDIC, Allowing Bank Company To Keep Tax Refund

Judge Rules Against FDIC, Allowing Bank Company To Keep Tax Refund

CLEVELAND - Bankrupt holding company AmFin Financial Corp. (AFC) can keep a $195 million tax refund that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. argued belongs to an affiliate bank in the FDIC's receivership, a federal judge in Ohio ruled March 26, granting AFC's motion for judgment on the pleadings (Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. v. AmFin Financial Corporation, et al., No. 11-2574, N.D. Ohio; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 42488).

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