Milwaukee's largest publicly owned thrift company has adopted a shareholder rights plan that would make it easier to fend off unwelcome suitors.

St. Francis Capital Corp., the $1.6 billion-asset parent of St. Francis Bank, adopted a plan designed to dilute its stock should a hostile party begin accumulating shares.

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