Mutuals have faced very little resistance converting to public companies, though recent developments in Massachusetts suggest that resistance may be slowly building to a process viewed as critical to raising capital at many institutions.
Massachusetts, home to the most mutual thrifts by far, is where some customers and executives are trying to protect mutuals' distinctive culture.
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