I have a feeling this transaction is going to go through really fast. The rest of the banks are ok for now. So worst case scenerio could be that they try to get out of this mess organically, without the additional capital raises for now.
I'm sure the FDIC issued them a directive a year or so ago telling them to sell or merge. Now they have sold, the FDIC will be on hold. The BK court is another matter, but will probally sign off if there are no objections and nets the creditors some cash. Reid said the buyers of the bank have access to outside capital, basically admitting he doesn't.