First Security Federal Savings Bank, a thrift catering to recent Eastern European immigrants, is planning to convert from a mutual institution to a stock company this fall.

The $260 million-asset savings bank, which operates two Chicago-area branches as well as a thrift in Philadelphia, planned the conversion to protect its federal status in the midst of the congressional debate over the federal thrift charter's future.

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