The $77.6 million HomeStreet Inc. expects to raise in its initial public offering would go a long way toward improving its capital levels but not far enough to satisfy a regulatory order.

After twice postponing its IPO due to concerns about market conditions, the Seattle banking company finally tested the markets Friday when it began selling 1.8 million shares at $44 each. The offering is expected to close Wednesday.

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