Carver Bancorp, the nation's largest minority-owned thrift company, wants to operate less like "a giant mutual fund" and more like the lender it wants to become.

So the New York company has agreed to buy $100 million of adjustable- rate mortgages from Chase Manhattan Bank and Countrywide Home Loans-about $50 million from each.

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