Bank of San Francisco's chief executive, James Gilleran, is feeling some of the regulatory heat he used to mete out as California banking superintendent.

Mr. Gilleran, now seven months into the job, managed to start 1995 with a profitable quarter - the bank's first in the black since mid-1991. In March he also garnered more capital for the bank.

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