A Texas bank that six months ago pushed for limits on the state bank commissioner's power to regulate its mortgage warehousing business says it has taken a hefty loss on the unit.

Fidelity Bank, Forth Worth, said that it could lose up to $9.8 million after taxes from what it described as procedural lapses in its mortgage warehousing unit and fraud perpetrated against it.

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