San Francisco's National American Bank was released from its regulatory marching orders and has started to crank out profits again, rounding out a recovery for nearly all of the city's small banks.

San Francisco's small banks were the hardest-hit group of city-based banks in California's real estate crunch in the early 1990s.

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