Green Point Savings Bank, the nation's largest mutual thrift, successfully sold roughly $800 million of stock in its initial public offering Wednesday.

However, the deal is unlikely to close before next year because the New York State Banking Department plans to hold hearings on the thrift's appraisal, disclosure, and proxy solicitation.

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