This time, Bank of Florida Corp. is trying to raise enough capital just to stay alive.

The $1.4 billion-asset Naples company's subsidiary banks — operating in three struggling markets in Florida — are "critically" and "significantly" undercapitalized by regulatory standards. They are under orders from regulators to reach well capitalized status, and they expect to receive prompt-corrective-action orders soon.

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