CHICAGO -- Minneapolis-based Metropolitan Financial Corp. on Monday set the stage to move West, agreeing to buy a healthy thrift in Wyoming for about $64.2 million in cash.

Metropolitan said it would buy Rocky Mountain Financial Corp., parent company of a Cheyenne-based savings bank that has $559 million of assets. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 1994.

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