WASHINGTON -- GlenFed Inc. said it may not be able to make interest payments on its subordinated debt, due March 1993, which could force it into involuntary bankruptcy.

In its 10-K filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the California thrift holding company said regulators had ordered it to repay $2.1 million this month to its subsidiary, Glendale Federal Bank.

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