Corus Bankshares Inc. of Chicago must come up with a plan to bolster its capital or face a forced sale.

The $8.4 billion-asset company, once an aggressive nationwide condominium lender now crippled by bad loans, said late Wednesday that it signed strict regulatory agreements with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

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