A West Virginia investor group has become the majority shareholder of the nation's largest bank owned and managed primarily by women.

In July, a group led by Marshall Reynolds, a former West Virginia banker, purchased 71% of Abigail Adams National Bancorp of Washington, D.C., from Citicorp and last week offered to buy the remaining 29% from the other shareholders.

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