Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. has put some of its excess capital to work by repurchasing 5.4 million warrants in a move that would eliminate potential dilution.

The warrants were mostly held by private-equity firm Carlyle Group, Boston Private's largest shareholder, and John Morton 3rd, an outside director. The $6 billion-asset company paid $15 million on Tuesday for the warrants.

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