CB Bancorp in Michigan City, Ind., has carved out a correspondent banking niche buying loans from mortgage banks with agreements to sell them back later.

The $172 million-asset thrift company has bought and sold at least 30,000 loans since it started its mortgage loan reverse repurchase program in 1990, according to president and chief executive Joseph F. Heffernan.

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