In a move akin to hanging a "for sale" sign in the window, a small Florida banking company's new chairman has let shareholders know he's seeking a buyer.

Raymond K. Mason Jr., president, chairman, and chief executive officer of American Banks of Florida, Jacksonville, wrote a letter to shareholders last month saying the company wants to sell but hasn't entered into any deal yet. Mr. Mason succeeded his father in March as the holding company's chairman.

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