IndyMac Bancorp Inc., the California mortgage lender seized last month by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., says it filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.

In a July 31 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, IndyMac says it expects the court will appoint a bankruptcy trustee promptly. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy case usually seeks to liquidate the assets of a company.

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