SAN FRANCISCO - Equity commitments from a prominent group of money managers, including several turnaround funds, were key to the success of Glendale Federal Bank's recapitalization, according to a list obtained by American Banker.

The financial reorganization of the nation's fifth-largest thrift, which was announced last week, hinged on getting investors to buy unsold shares in a $250 million rights offering to current shareholders.

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