The thrift industry is trying hard to redefine and revitalize itself. Some institutions are reemphasizing their traditional business as portfolio lenders while cutting costs. Some are selling much of their production in the secondary market.

Others are pushing more deeply into consumer finance, and still others want to expand in fee-based businesses that require relatively little capital or real estate. All seem to be emphasizing improvements in operating efficiencies.

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