Citibank and Continental Bank have withdrawn their bids to set up separately capitalized units to compete in the booming market for swaps.

The subsidiaries of Citicorp and Continental Bank Corp. had filed applications this year with Office of the Comptroller of Currency to establish the independent entities. The proposed units were designed to win AAA credit ratings that would attract new business from swap counterparties.

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