On the sidelines of takeover mania, Astoria grows on its own terms

Gabriel, Frederick
December 1995
Crain's New York Business;12/18/95, Vol. 11 Issue 51, p12
Reports on the growth of Astoria Financial Corp. under the leadership of George Engelke Jr. Refusal to participate in the banking industry's consolidation trend; Acquisition of Fidelity New York in February 1995; Strategies in expanding its loan portfolio; Growth prospects and strategies.


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