So what about lifting the Written Agreement? Won't be anytime soon.
10-Q: "The FRB modified its interpretation of the Written Agreement and now takes the position that it prohibits BOHR from accepting new brokered deposits. Based on prior guidance, BOHR accepted new brokered deposits after it became well capitalized, which technically did not comply with the Written Agreement under the FRB’s modified interpretation. We do not believe the new interpretation or our earlier actions will have any material adverse effect on the Company or our liquidity, expenses, or financial condition."
Well, duh ... the way the 10-Q is written will likely make the FRB mad ... so it won't lift the WA any time soon. "Technically"? Doesn't matter how HMPR spins it ... they violated the WA; that's a big no-no.