Massachusetts' Safety Fund Corp. finds a white knight from N.H

Epstein, Jonathan D.
January 1996
American Banker;1/30/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 19, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on Safety Fund Corp.'s agreement to sell out to CFX Corp. Safety Fund's operation as a separate subsidiary of CFX; Safety Fund's approval of a shareholder rights plan; Possible opposition to the deal from shareholder David G. Massad.


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