Regulators have ordered a $14 million-asset mutual thrift in Pittsburgh to raise capital, citing improper automated clearing house transactions that resulted in large losses.

Though mutuals typically are restricted from selling themselves, the Office of Thrift Supervision told the critically undercapitalized Dwelling House Savings and Loan Association that it must consider all options for bolstering capital, including a rare supervisory conversion that would enable a sale.

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