Capitol Federal Financial said today it has begun a second-step stock offering, which gets it closer to being a wholly publicly traded company.
The company, the Topeka-based parent of Capitol Federal Savings, the largest financial institution headquartered in Kansas, said it has regulatory approval to start this step and reorganize the company.
The offering will conclude on Dec. 7.
Separately but related, Capitol Federal Financial said it will ask all stockholders to again vote on the reorganization because of the decrease in an independent appraisal of its common stock. That vote will occur Dec. 15.