Florida's banking regulator is proposing a new state savings bank charter that's being billed as an option for credit unions and federal thrifts.

The proposed charter would let institutions choose either the mutual or stock form of ownership. Florida hasn't offered a charter that permits mutual ownership since eliminating the old mutual thrift charter in 1992.

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