WASHINGTON -- Troubled mutual savings and loans will be able to convert to stock institutions more quickly under a final rule released Monday by the Office of Thrift Supervision.

The rule allows mutuals to raise capital by selling stock to a limited number of investors under a so-called government-supervisory conversion. It also does not require a thrift to first offer stock to depositors and the general public.

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