SAN FRANCISCO -- BankAmerica Corp.'s plan to create a special bank for problem assets has been delayed and the unit may end up smaller than expected, according to analysts briefed by the company.

In a recent Securities Exchange Commission filing, BankAmerica said it was weighing the sale or transfer of as much as $4 billion in nonperforming loans, foreclosed property, and other assets to the collecting bank.

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