WASHINGTON -- A quick compromise was reached last week over a lawsuit alleging that new mutual thrift conversion rules discriminate against out-of-town investors.

Separately, the Office of Thrift Supervision was expected Friday to approve 20 pending mutual conversion deals. Without the approvals, the financial documents backing those deals would have become outdated Saturday.

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