After rejecting several offers for San Francisco's Pacific Bank that she deemed unacceptable, the bank's controlling shareholder has decided to sell her stake separately.

Cheong Swee Kheong, a resident of Singapore who owns 36.6% of the $586 million-asset bank, called the bids made for the whole bank unacceptable because she wanted cash, not stock, in payment.

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