WASHINGTON — As the Federal Reserve Board and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency take over supervision of thrifts and their holding companies, savings and loans have grown increasingly scared about a possible crackdown on their business.

Though by law thrifts still comply with most of the same capital and other standards they have faced for decades, they and their representatives said they expect the new regulators to force them to comply with bank-like requirements.

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