Washington Federal Savings Bank, Herndon, Va., resolved four years of regulatory pain when it raised $15.3 million in a June stock offering to its existing shareholders.

The Office of Thrift Supervision terminated Washington Federal's capital directive on June 27, which mandated that the District of Columbia-area thrift raise the capital by July 1 or succumb to prompt corrective action measures.

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