Astoria Federal to merge with Fidelity of New York

September 1994
U.S. Banker;Sep94, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p89
Trade Publication
Reports on the Astoria Financial Corporation's agreement to acquire Fidelity New York in Garden City. Amount of payment to Fidelity shareholders; Total assets and number of offices of the combined organization.


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