Temecula Valley Bancorp Inc. said Wednesday that it has agreements with several regulators to improve the strength and stability of its banking unit.

The struggling $1.6 billion-asset company said an agreement with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco requires it to get approval before adding executives or directors, reducing or incurring debt, paying dividends, or repurchasing stock. It also must submit a capital plan.

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