WASHINGTON — In one fell swoop, regulators seized a $2.8 billion-asset Georgia banking company and its six subsidiaries and sold them off to another bank in the state.

The complicated transaction was the end for Security Bank Corp. in Macon, which will now be owned by State Bank and Trust Co., a $35 million-asset institution in Pinehurst.

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