Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin in Madison managed to push capital ratios at its thrift a bit closer to well-capitalized status at Sept. 30, despite posting another loss.

The $2.7 billion-asset company reported Thursday that AnchorBank’s leverage ratio rose 7 basis points from June 30 to 4.63% at Sept. 30, the end of its second quarter, while its total risk-based capital ratio increased 9 basis points, to 9.07%. The embattled thrift has been hurting from exposure to residential real estate, but has managed to keep itself within the confines of an adequately capitalized status through asset reduction.

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