Short Takes

January 2000
American Banker;1/4/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
Presents news items on banks in the United States, as of January 4, 2000. First M&F Corp.'s receipt of regulatory and shareholder approval to acquire two Mississippi-based insurance agencies; Sage Life Assurance of America Inc.'s addition of four sales people to build its business with banks; Aeltus Investment Management Inc.'s agreement to acquire a minority interest in Elijah Asset Management of California.


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