BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Secor Bank said it has entered into letters of intent to sell seven branches to two Alabama banks.

The announcements came two months after Secor, the largest thrift in the state, with $2 billion in assets, ended negotiations to be acquired by Union Planters Corp. of Tennessee.

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