Bank Plus Corp. in Los Angeles is betting that a clean bill of health from regulators will help it finally find a buyer.

The $2.2 billion-asset parent of Fidelity Federal Bank announced Monday that the Office of Thrift Supervision has removed its “problem association” and “troubled condition” designations it slapped on the thrift company last fall after examining Fidelity’s money-losing credit card operations, now discontinued.

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