National Consumer Cooperative Bank in Washington said Tuesday that its lenders had waived financial requirements on a credit line for 90 days in exchange for a higher interest rate.

The $2.2 billion-asset company, which does business as NCB, also said it cannot access the revolving credit line again until reaching a further agreement with the lenders.

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