CoreStates Financial Corp., fresh on the heels of being granted limited investment banking privileges, plans to apply for additional powers early next year.

On Monday the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia granted the Philadelphia-based banking company's subsidiary, CoreStates Securities Corp., the power to underwrite and deal in investment-grade municipal revenue bonds, commercial paper, residential mortgages, and other consumer receivable-backed securities.

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