The ripples of problem loans continue to hit Great Florida Bank, which more than doubled its losses in the first quarter from the end of the year, posting a drip of $11.4 million. While it remains in compliance with federal capitalization requirements, the Coral Gables-based bank remains in the throes of the real estate collapse.
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