Shareholders of Carver Bancorp, the nation's largest minority-owned depository institution, have voted down a proposal to consider selling the thrift.

In a victory for management, only 28.41% of the shares voted favored selling the $424 million-asset thrift. Though that's 4 percentage points more support than a similar proposal won last year, it was insufficient to force management to hire an investment banker.

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