Mississippi-chartered trust operations will be able to branch into other states, thanks to a new state law that takes effect July 1.

The law, signed March 23 by Gov. Kirk Fordice, requires Mississippi trust operations to notify the state banking commissioner before setting up branches across state lines. Out-of-state trust operations would be permitted to enter Mississippi after getting approval from banking regulators there. A similar law takes effect in Oklahoma Nov. 1.

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