For bank and thrift regulators - and by extension, those they regulate -- 1992 is shaping up as the beginning of a new era of limits.

Battered by the thrift crisis and the more recent credit crunch, Congress wrote into the 1991 banking legislation firm prescriptions for how regulators are to deal with troubled financial institutions.

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