First United (FUNC) in Oakland, Md., has received regulatory approval to catch up on interest payments for certain obligations.

The $1.3 billion-asset company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the Federal Reserve Board will allow it to make interest payments in March on some of its debt. First United and the Fed entered into an agreement in December 2010 that required the company to defer interest payments.

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