Emigrant Bank's agreement last week to sell most of its branches underscores a strategic perk tied to being family owned.
The Milstein family took its time selling 30 New York area branches to another private bank, allowing Emigrant to unload much of its excess liquidity at a time when low rates and soft demand make such deals a tough sale.
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