Bank of San Francisco repudiated its latest strategy for survival Wednesday by announcing a new management team and another capital infusion from its principal investor to help it meet regulatory requirements.

The announcement came as the bank's parent reported a second-quarter loss of $4 million, or 48 cents a share. Bank of San Francisco, which was founded in 1979 to serve wealthy individuals, has lost $38 million over the past eight quarters.

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