WASHINGTON — Regulators released new details on how they will enforce restrictions on charter swaps by troubled banks.

The Dodd-Frank Act generally bans a federally chartered bank or thrift from converting to a state-chartered institution — as well as a state-to-federal charter conversion — if the institution is under an enforcement action for a significant supervisory issue.

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