The Federal Reserve Board has terminated a written agreement with Mid America Bank and Trust Co. in Dixon, Mo.

The agreement with the $129 million-asset company was lifted last week, the Fed said on Tuesday.

The June 2007 agreement had imposed new lending requirements and prevented the company from paying dividends without permission from Fed officials. It also had to hire a chief lending officer and develop a capital plan, among other things.

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