Regulators shutter 1st Regents Bank in Minn.

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Regulators seized Andover, Minn.-based 1st Regents Bank last week, Twin Cities Business reports. It's the state's first bank failure of the year.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. says Minnetonka-based First Minnesota Bank has agreed to purchase the failed bank's assets and assume all of the deposits.

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Last year, 51 U.S. banks were closed, including four in Minnesota.

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