Controversial Michigan banker Stanford C. Stoddard is battling with regulators again, a decade after he was forced out as chairman of Michigan National Corp. and successfully defended himself against allegations of misappropriating funds.

Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. have rejected an application for deposit insurance by a stan-up bank of which Mr. Stoddard is a principal organizer.

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