A small bank near Baltimore has run afoul of regulators, apparently, its recently appointed president and chief executive officer says, for growing too fast.

Joel Sweren declined to discuss why the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond disciplined Maryland Permanent Bank and Trust Co. of Owings Mills, except to say that the agreement signed last month "relates to activities that occurred because we grew the bank quickly."

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