Loyola gets a new look

April 01, 1992

Loyola Capital Corp., the holding company for one of Maryland's largest thrifts, is getting a more streamlined look as it installs redesigned signs at its 34 branches. The signs cost between $500,000 and $750,000, said William A. Wycoff, executive vice president.

The company also changed the name of its subsidiary thrift from Loyola Federal Savings and Loan Association to Loyola Federal Savings Bank, effective today. The change was made in part to put distance between the strong thrift and weak savings and loan businesses, Mr. Wycoff said.

The name change does not affect Loyola's operations or the federal insurance on its deposits.

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