A Bronx-based community group said it had withdrawn its opposition to a move by Independence Savings Bank to convert from mutual to public stock ownership.

In return the $3.7 billion-asset thrift agreed to make $58 million in new loans to low-income areas of the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, according to Inner City Press/Community on the Move.

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